Who says sex in the ‘80s isn’t a laughing matter?
Certainly not the ready-for-anything Stacy (Lea Thompson) or her somewhat repressed friend Melissa (Victoria Jackson). They’re two very contemporary women reluctantly confronting today’s changing social attitudes. Determined to develop a deep and meaningful relationship with a man not afraid to make a commitment, Stacy and Melissa take a vacation at a plush health resort where they hope romance will bloom. Unfortunately, they are continually confronted by men who wilt at the thought of anything other than casual sex. With songs by Buster Poindexter, Dan Harman and Gladys Knight, the all-too-true comedy may not offer any solutions to the problems of being single in the ‘80s, but it does offer a lighter look at what happens in the dark.