This is a good well-made movie with four thoughtful intelligent scenes. Dana Vespoli has here made a movie for people who want intelligent thoughtful scenes involving interesting relationships between older women and younger girls.
Scene one has Jodi Taylor as the captain of the cheer squad quitting only to have the coach Julia Ann persuade to return. This is a nice thoughtful scene about a young woman feeling upset at falling short of her expectations, and then having an older woman pick her up and keep her going. Both are in good in this as is the sex,
Scene two has college student Yhivi caught plagiarizing in her essay then telling her teacher all the pressure she is under being the daughter of a prize winning journalist. As the teacher Shay Fox gives a nice sensitive performance as does young Yhivi with the sex really nice and sensitive.
Scene three has politicianís daughter complaining to his secretary Magdalene St Michaels about how she never sees her father. For me this was the best scene of the movie with Magdalene giving a top notch performance. While sex is no raging inferno of lust it just the correct sensitive love making that goes with such a scene.
Scene four has Mercedes Carrera thinking that her husband is having an affair with his secretary Jesse Andrews only to find out that Jesse is lesbian and wants to have an affair with Mercedes. Again this is a nicely done scene with just right sex to go with such a scene.
If you are wanting or expecting hot lesbian sex this is not the movie for you. If however you like nice thoughtful lesbian drama with sensitive lovemaking this is definitely for you. Dana Vespoli has created four good scenes and the cast does such scenes full justice. Not a masterpiece movie but one to enjoy and make you think.
I enjoyed it and thought it well worth the watch.