Alexis Christian, the titular Alexis being introduced, was apparently a Penthouse Pet in the early 90s. Later that decade, she made four adult videos for Vivid Video. This was, as one might expect, the first. In it, she more or less plays herself -- a very attractive young woman who's decided to enter the adult entertainment industry on her own terms, those terms including the stipulation that she'll only "work" (have sex) with other women.
There's a certain irony in the screenplay, which has Mark Davis playing the role of the head of "one of the biggest adult video companies in the market". Can there really be any doubt that this fictitious company is supposed to be a stand-in for Vivid? Yet Davis' character is very definitely the antagonist of the film's plot, belittling Alexis' desires to pursue her career in her own manner, trying to manipulate her, even sabotaging one of her scenes.
Still, despite Alexis' unquestionably good looks and enthusiasm, it's not surprising that she didn't last longer than she did at Vivid. The company already had one "girls-only" player under contract to them, in the person of Janine Lindemulder, and in the opinion of many (not me!) that was one too many ...
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