Running time: 79 mins.
Although shot in 2003, the style and content of Roy Karch's film, Quality Time, is a throw back to the types of movies made in the 1980's, with a weak story line and nothing to connect the five boy/girl scenes. The opening scene introduces the so-called plot with a young couple in love (Ava Vincent and Randy Spears) hiring Velvet Rose to help in the kitchen of their house. However, she's more interested in cock than cooking. Next is Alura Eden who is seen shagging in the park.
Hannah appears in the third scene, standing at the sink in a cramped bathroom. The door opens and Cheyne Collins enters. His hands explore Hannah's body as she drops to her knees to suck at his dick. Her boobs pressed against the basin, Hannah is taken from behind. A series of unflattering shots make her look as if she has bad case of cellulite on her thighs. Climbing onto the bathroom cabinet, the rest of the session is missionary work all shot from the same angle. Cheyne shots his load over Hannah's face.
Blonde Chenin Blanc appears in the bedroom with Kurt Lockwood before we return to Ava and Randy for the final scene.
The lighting and camera work in the film is like the story, dull and there's no spark of enthusiasm from the performers. Even the normally effervescent Hannah appears to be counting down the seconds to the end of her scene. Quality Time this film is not. In fact, it's more like a waste of time.
Review by Dawn "Hot Totty" Birtle