The movie is a suspense thriller, based loosely on the plot of Cape Fear with Randy Spears directing himself in the ‘Max Cady’ role – a released convict out for revenge against the person he blames for his incarceration. In this case this is Deborah (Stormy Daniels), who had him arrested some years earlier for beating her.
Deborah now runs the highly successful ‘Model Behaviour’ of the title – a high class call-girl agency offering a 5 star service to a clientele of the wealthy and powerful (from both sides of the criminal divide). She finds herself stalked by her violent former lover. The plot develops around a series of increasingly menacing phone calls, building to quite a powerful climax.
The acting is very good, & the direction – in the hands of Mr Spears – is excellent. The plot is credible & develops a convincing sense of menace. The production values are high.
Since the plot centres around a call-girl service the sex is never wholly irrelevant, & there is sufficient of it to permit appreciation of the narrative between the scenes. One scene in particular is enhanced by the plot very effectively. I would definitely recommend following the plot if only to better appreciate that scene.
There are 5 decent length (about 15 minutes on average) straight sex scenes depicting couple-friendly boy-girl action. No cream pie, anal etc. That will repel some, but by way of consolation Mr Spears directs the scenes with intelligence & flair. The camera work takes the viewer close into the action & there is a good mix of close-up & whole body shots, with superb views throughout. There is occasional, & in my opinion very effective use of slo-mo (in particular in the blow-job sequences), but on the whole the camera permits the action to speak for itself, which it does very well.
Stormy has two of the scenes, one being a blow-job only, the rest of the cast having one scene each. Stormy also features in the ‘bonus’ scene mentioned below.
The scenes are uniformly excellent, featuring a good balance between blow-job, missionary position, doggie, spooning & cow-girl positions. All are performed with great energy, & there is convincing chemistry between the performers. There is emphasis on the slow & sensual, all the scenes beginning with kissing and or pussy-licking. There is just the right amount of this, & it definitely enhances what follows. As implied above, the clients of Model Behaviour all come back for more, & are inclined to be generous (very) with their tips. The viewer can easily see why.
High points, for me, were the scene between the extremely attractive Tanya James & the Man himself, & the blow-job sequence in the Charisma Cappelli/Eric Masterson scene. The latter is a slow & sensual worship of a highly appreciative cock. The episode is replete with amazing eye-contact & shot at close quarters from ideal angles. I would not like to have missed it. Simply magic.
The overall visual and sound quality is superb, with a welcome absence of unnecessary background music in the sex scenes. As noted the production values are excellent. There is a decent selection of special features, most notably the aforementioned bonus sex scene between Stormy & Tony de Sergio – another excellent scene showing Ms Daniels off to very good effect.
Other features include a fairly entertaining ‘behind the scenes’ look at Model Behaviour, a photo gallery, a selection of trailers for more of Mr Spears’ directorial efforts and an entirely harmless easy-on-the-eye Wicked promo reel.
Primarily a vehicle for Stormy Daniels, I doubt this feature will disappoint particular fans of hers, but for this reviewer – good as her contribution was – that was not it’s greatest strength, high points being the above-mentioned blow-job by Charisma Cappeli, and (in particular if viewed in context) the Tanya James/Randy Spears scene.
The feature is a well-acted, ably written & directed feature with some great sex scenes, seamlessly integrated into a credible plot. The balance of sex scenes to plot is about right, & there are moments of high magic. The bonus sex scene, gratuitously adding some sex action devoid of context, is a nice balance to the largely plot-driven action and enhances the overall enjoyment of the DVD. Between the intelligent direction of Randy Spears & an array of easy-to-look-at ladies to look at – what’s not to like?