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Talk Dirty To Me

Dreamland U.S.A. | 1980

It's A Four-Letter Fantasy

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Based on 1 Review.
Director:  Anthony Spinelli

Starring:  John Leslie  Chris Cassidy 

Starring:  Jessie St. James  Aaron Stuart 


Starring:  John Leslie 

Starring:  John Leslie  Jessie St. James 

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"TALK" Is More Than Just A Four Letter Word...

By Diesel
The classics never die, but TALK DIRTY TO ME certainly deserves a little better life treatment on this DVD than this bland, boring edition from Dreamland Video. Although Dreamland's digital transfer is far, far better than that of typical Classic X or VCX DVDs, this title isn't as pristine as the ones you get from NuTech, a company who knows how to preserve older movies on the DVD format, or from VCA, where classics like BARBARA BROADCAST are given Criterion Collection treatment. The f-rced ads at the beginning are a real annoyance, and there are no true extras to speak of (the trailer is nothing more than a blurry ad for the company's website, and the photo gallery is composed of random freeze-framed stills from the video).

Despite the "older" actors and actresses appearing in this movie, there is definitely a level of erotic heat in every scene which exceeds most modern features. There is a natural tension and chemistry between all the couplings, which naturally explains this movie's classic status. John Leslie, who would later achieve greatness as a director for VCA and Evil Angel, and Richard Pacheco play friends who are on a competitive hunt to get laid as much as possible and as often as possible (a natural contest among all members of the male gender). Leslie is always the lucky one, and Pacheco always ends up as the spectator. The better part of the movie focuses on Leslie trying to bed down rich bitch Jessie St. James (who is featured on the cover and looks even lovelier in the movie), who is more aroused by his expertise at dirty talk (hence the title).

Formidable director Anthony Spinelli directs this film, and all five sex scenes benefit from his years of experience. Though at first glance there appears to be nothing special about any of the couplings, the viewer has to watch the movie from beginning to end to appreciate the eroticism. The first scene where Leslie gets to score with a doctor (played by Chris Cassidy) is hot because of the natural chemistry between the two "strangers." Likewise, the segment between Jessie and her husband played by Aaron Stuart works because Jessie knows how to tease and seduce which makes up for half the heat, rather than jumping into the act without any warm-up.

Juliet Anderson is sexy in her stairway quickie with Leslie, but the real passion is developed by the flirtatious moments between him and Jessie, which of course serves to build-up for their climactic scene. Pacheco does get to score eventually with blonde cutie Sharon Kane (billed in this movie as Shirley Woods, but mistakenly pictured as Dorothy LeMay on the back cover) in a scene intercut with Leslie/St. James affair. The latter tryst is fast and furious, while the former is more romantic and methodical. The film ends with Leslie leaving Jessie, telling her "here's looking at you kid" while a piano plays an altered version of "As Time Goes By" and the movie ends.

Clearly, this kind of movie (and it is a "movie," with a pretense to plot, dialogue and character and not just a series of unrelated vignettes slapped together on a videotape) may try the patience of viewers who care not to sit through a porno where the story and character conflict become just as important as the sex. However, like any other classic, there are rewards to appreciating the efforts of director Spinelli, including experiencing the erotica on a visceral level as well as in your loins. On the other hand, if you just want to see the fucking and sucking in plain vanilla format, then avoid this movie and take you pick of any gonzo flick that may be available (preferably one from Seymore Butts or John Stagliano).

Picture and sound quality is acceptable for this older movie. The first three minutes of the picture suffer from scratches, drop-outs and a flickering image which subsides by the time we get to the first sex scene, thank the gods. Again, the extras, or lack thereof, are disappointing with all the advertisements giving the DVD package a cheap and tacky look.

TALK DIRTY TO ME is worth watching. Just don't expect an overall above average DVD experience.

Product Information

It's A Four-Letter Fantasy

Running Time:
1 hrs. 20 mins.
Release Year:
1980
Released:
Jul 26 2001
Starring:
John Leslie, Juliet Anderson, Jessie St. James, Dorothy Le May, Chris Cassidy, Holly McCall, Richard Pacheco, Shirley Wood, Anthony Spinelli, Aaron Stuart, Carl Regal