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Pleasure Hunt, Full length movie (1984)

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Description: The young and glamorous Ginger Lynn plays the part of an innocent and beautiful mistress to an older wealthy man. He states that she must earn her inheritance by following a map of unique and unusual sexual adventures that are meant to teach her the secret and dark sides of herself in an atmosphere of strange sexuality. Depraved hermits consume her with carnal passion. Four other blindfolded and naked bodies ravish Ginger in an orgy of anonymous flesh. Two lesbian nurses create an intense orgasmic experience for Ginger. “The Sexrobats” twist and turn the luscious body of Ginger Lynn one wild sex position after another.
Scene Breakdowns
Scene 1. Ginger Lynn, Eric Edwards
Scene 2. Ginger Lynn, Mike Horner
Scene 3. Ginger Lynn, Blair Harris, Herschel Savage
Scene 4. Ginger Lynn
Scene 5. Ginger Lynn, Lili Marlene, Lynx Canon, Dan T. Mann, Jon Martin
Scene 6. Ginger Lynn, Lili Marlene, Lynx Canon
Scene 7. Ginger Lynn, Mike Horner
Scene 8. Candy, Ginger Lynn, Billy Dee, Don Fernando
Scene 9. Ginger Lynn, Eric Edwards
Review:
Ginger Lynn looks terrific in this oddball porn feature, filled with faults and pretensions. It was nominated for an industry award in the All-Sex vintage category, completely wrong.

The storyline has Ginger in line for a big inheritance from her much older husband, who kicks off while having sex with her in the opening scene. To collect, she has to complete a sort of sexual scavenger hunt described to her by lawyer Mike Horner, who demands sex from Ginger in return for doling out the clues of the Hunt, which involves finding a posted Red X at various locations. The first Red X leads to Horner's cock, ready to be sucked.

She embarks on a rather surreal journey, hardly Alice in Wonderland but still odd enough to maintain a viewer's interest. Director Lawrence Cole is old school, including a large number of brief, concise sex scenes, always presenting Ginger to the fans.

Script's creditable plot twists are mainly undermined by a number of mistakes made by the director. First off, at the outset Eric Edwards' phony beard and fake-whitened hair as the old husband stand out glaringly, and the key plot devise of him as a mysterious man trailing Ginger around everywhere in mystery thriller fashion is immediately obvious. A lousy original music score ranges from sappy love ballads to a repeated song titled "Who Are You Who Follows Me?" -duh!

It all builds to a romantic climax, ruined by a hokey surprise ending I found insultingly stupid.

There's a sequel, which I'm not looking forward to seeing.
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