Directed by: Bob Vosse
Starring: Tara Aire, Jamie Gillis, Juliet Anderson
Porn in the 70’s and 80’s feels so much different than modern porn. It’s got a feeling like some people just slap-dashed something together and had some sex on camera that afternoon because they thought it’d be a lark. And that’s really what it comes down to, even though I have yet to be turned on at all by any of these movies, they just feel fun, and in a lot of ways they’re a lot more enjoyable to watch than the sterile, extremely choreographed fornication you get nowadays. Do I sound really old and weird? GOOD. I AM.
An airline stewardess is excited about the prospect of becoming the first woman pilot on a commercial airplane, but her application is stuck in limbo because of her boyfriend pilot and the head of the program not wanting to let girls into their little club. The stewardess’ little sister wants to be a stewardess herself, and accidentally overhears the two collaborating to block her sister out. She decides to help her sis out, and of course this involves her fucking the head guy (who kinda looks like Vincent Price and it’s really weird), which also of course, works.
It’s not very often you see a porno without a happy ending, and no I don’t mean that in the double entendre way you cheeky devil. Who wants to be depressed when sex is involved? Only very certain people, and they have their own little subgenre of depressing porn to enjoy.