Pros: Good cast Good acting Good story Plenty erotic
Exhibitionist: someone with a compulsive desire to expose the genitals
In the Exhibitionist Files, Catalina Larranaga reprises her role as Dr Lisa Morrison, a psychological research scientist. Previously in Voyeur Confessions, Lisa Morrison is an attractive Psychological research scientist studying voyeurism, who gets caught up in the passions of her subjects. Now, one year later, she is delving into the flip side of the coin and studying exhibitionism.
Once again Dr. Morrison is researching deviancy in sexual behavior and once again she finds it difficult to stay objective and detached. One of her subjects, named Robert, (Rafe Urquhart) garners her interest romantically and after terminating him from the project, she has a brief fling with him. At first annoyed by his obsessiveness, Lisa begins to fear for her safety, even her life as it becomes evident that Robert is a sick man.
Lisas current research seems to center around six test subjects. Theres Erin, (Sydnee Steele) a corporate executive who feels compelled to display her sexual intimacies with nearby bystanders. Second, we have Candy, (Candace Washington) a statuesque, hardbody African American porn actress, who gets a kick out of turning on her audiences on film or otherwise. Third, theres Jess, (Diana Kauffman) who has a web cam in her apartment where she periodically puts on shows for her subscribers. In addition, we have Della, (Flower) who in her travels puts on little shows for men, showing a nipple here, a V shot there. Mark and Ellen, a married couple who keep acting out the same sexual scene in their lovemaking, reliving a voyeuristic experience in Marks past, where a neighboring lady would exhibit herself to him. Lastly we have Robert, who models in the nude for art classes.
Lisa is attracted to Robert which she feels would interfere with her professional judgment. She removes him from the project but later goes to dinner with him and eventually has intercourse with him on her front balcony, Afterward, she begins to sense a strangeness in Robert and tries to brake it off. This only exacerbates Robertss erratic behavior, which escalates to a stalker, with Lisa being the stalked.
Nikita Cash .... Diane (as Nikita Kash)
Drake Dorado .... Mark
Flower .... Della (as Flower Edwards)
B.W. Glass .... Rona
Darren Johnson .... Randy
Diana Kauffman .... Jess
Catalina Larranaga .... Lisa
Glen Meadows .... Brad
Joe Palmero .... Soundman
Kitt Pomidoro .... Naked Woman
Ryan Savior .... Darren
Sydnee Steele .... Erin (as Sydnee)
Rafe Urquhart .... Robert (as Rife Urquhart)
Candace Washington .... Candy
Except for a scene of Lisa and Robert and a couple with her subjects Erin and Candy, the remaining erotic scenes were those relayed by the various subjects to Lisa from memory. These memories were varied in degrees of excitement and some were quite compelling. Several different women were used in these scenes, which explain why there are so many women listed in the cast. There were no explicit views of sex but there were a couple explicit shots of womans and passing shots of mens genitalia. Overall, there were some nice looking women in the movie with great bodies.
Cinematography - B
Eroticism factor - B-
Entertainment factor B
The Exhibitionist Files was produced by Playboy Entertainment. The director was Tom Lazarus.
Like its predecessor Voyeur Confessions, I thought The Exhibitionist Files was an interesting new take on erotica, with a plot that, for a change, was more than fatuous. In fact I thought one of the subjects turning out to be a stalker was a nice touch which took this movie to a level higher than the average T&A softcore flick.
The cast was decent and so was the acting. I was especially impressed with the acting job Catalina Larranaga put forth regarding the stalker, Robert. It was some first rate acting.
I could see where the story was going but it didnt matter. Some of the scenes were highly erotic and some you couldnt even see what was going on. I didnt expect much from this film and I was pleasantly surprised. Final rating 4 stars.
If your purpose for watching this movie is erogenous, make sure you get the unrated version. I have checked the internet and all those available for purchase from the usual sources are R rated. I did find one vender in the UK that offered the unrated version. I rented my copy from Cafe DVD, which seems to have a plethora of softcore titles available but with long waits on some titles.