Imagine the lead having a name like India. But I wouldn't be too concerned about
my name if I had a body like hers. She would have definitely succeeded in seducing
me, and I am sure I wasn't alone in feeling that way.
The story is straight - Charles (Nick Rafter) is a photographer who's been married to Elaine for 15 years. A certain fashion photographer goes out of town and Charles' friend Jill gets him to fill in. Soon a bevy of sexy models starts filling his life, and Charles isn't exactly complaining. And Pamela, an extremely willing model, catches his attention.
Charles is soon overwhelmed by his involvement with Pamela. There is quite an age difference between the two, which sometimes has Charles wishing that Pam acted more mature. But maturity notwithstanding, he starts looking at his marriage in a different light and pretty soon it's on the rocks. Jill advises him against this brashness, but Charles is too horny for reason. The story progresses rather predictably, and he eventually goes back to Elaine.
The first half has some amazingly seductive scenes when the models are posing for the camera. After a long time I've come across a movie which actually justifies its name. There are very few cuts in the movie, which probably means that this is an old print. That reminds me - this movie is also known as Pamela Principle - 2, which probably indicates that the director probably did a good job on the first part as well.
The girls are excellent, and you would not be talking of their histrionic skills in a film with this theme. Overall, some good adult fare with a story that has some relevance in our lives today - even though the ending is as age-old and redundant as the feudal ages.