This is one of the rare porn flicks with some semblance of a story! But, even after neglecting the hashed up spelling in the movie's name, the good news ends here.
From the outside, the life of Jennifer (Patricia Javier) seems perfect. Happily married and successful, she and her husband Jimmy (Ian Veneracion) live in uptown New York. She's beautiful, he's rich, and they seem to have all the joys in life. But there's something that is missing in the life of Jenny, something even she can't put a finger to. And this has made life miserable for her and is eating her away from the inside.
Enter Archie (Ryan Eigenmann), Jimmy's friend and Jenny's ex. With Archie always around, Jenny soon realizes that the reason behind her problems is her secret craving for Archie. Torn between her respect and love for her hubby dear and the secret desires of her heart, the only route to happiness for her, her life becomes more traumatized.
And she decides to commit the sin, to give in to her desires, and consents to adultery. But here fate kicks in with a twist of its own, and that is what gives a skeleton of respectability to this enterprise. But we won't spoil the fun for you, as this is best discovered first hand!
Of course you'll have to endure the stiff acting and some bone-chilling blues as the background score, but may yet be pleasantly surprised by the twist in the tale. That is if you are not put to sleep by the snail-ish pace of the movie. That is where the director duo has failed miserably. The film is otherwise, a decent enough job of carrying the message across, given the acting standards and the screenplay.
And after being subjected to butchering in the hands of our censors, nothing much
can be commented on the editing. I guess we've made our point about the acting
by now. The half in the rating is for the plot.