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Fall
(1997)
Reviewed by Erin Gilmer
Rating: 5 Beans

adies,how many times has this happened to you ? You're married to a hot male model but then you meet a sexy cab-driver who blows your mind with his witty sayings and obnoxious nature. What to do!? Well, this is the bizarre premise to Eric "the modelizer" Schaeffer's new film. This is one of those movies that wavers between poetically romantic and just plain kinky. Schaeffer plays Michael Shiver, the poetic cabby who picks up sex-pot super-thang, Sara, played coldly by Amanda DeCadenet. He knows that she's married, so instead he embarks on a one month affair to forget. As usual, cabby ends up alone with his thoughts and model goes back to rich hubby. Warning: Schaeffer has absolutely no problem walking around nude. Does Sara get naked? No way! Does she play with sex toys? I won't tell...I gave this flick a five.The film does have an impressive soundtrack and the sex scenes are better than most pay-cable porn. However, just as with "If Lucy Fell" the story is an excuse to feed Schaeffer's ego and make his stalker-like obsession with Super-models seem normal. Normal would be if Elle Macpheerson and Kate Moss were finally recognized for the genetic freaks that they are. I'll sign off for the plain folk now....






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