Walnut Creek Film Details
Overview: An ex-con seeks revenge on an ex-business partner and family by sending in his own specially trained female administrator but all of them may have bitten off more than they can chew when she gets ambitions of her own.
Review: Ex-convict Anthony (Greg Collins) wants revenge on business partner Preston Styles (David Christensen) who he believes, put him in gaol for a crime he did not commit. To do this, he mentors prostitute Lorelei, who re-emerges as Tonya, (Kate Roger) an administrator employed to sort out the finances at the ranch, Walnut Creek. Tonya however, realises that life at Walnut Creek would be very comfortable, but there are obstacles in her way which must be removed, one way or another. The film is well scripted and the actors, although they will not win any awards, do put some effort into the characters. The sex scenes are, to use the well-worn cliché, necessary to the plot – this is an erotic thriller after all. The girl/guy scenes are steamy, as they should be, but there are no lesbian scenes. Some fans of erotica may be disappointed in this omission, but in my opinion, those scenes in which normally heterosexual women suddenly feel the need for other womens’ sexual desires look rather false. One of the scenes in this film is quite laughable; in the barn, when Seth (Alton Butler) and Lacey (Renee Weldon) are getting it on, Tonya is watching, standing only a few feet away, yet neither of the lovers see her. On the whole though, with some good production values and some hot bodies, this is fairly entertaining viewing.
Duration: 103 min
Genre: Drama, Romance, Thriller
Also known as: Walnut Creek,Complot à Walnut Creek,Manantial de Placer,Hermosa venganza