Released: May 10th, 2012
Running Time: 136 Min.
Director: Rocco Reed
Company: DreamZone Entertainment
Distribution Companies: Vantage Distribution
DVD Extras: Behind the Scenes, Non-Sex Version, Still Gallery(ies), Trailer(s)
Cast: Tom Byron, Rocco Reed, Charley Chase, Dani Jensen, Gracie Glam, Ryan McLane, Chanel Preston
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Luke is a good looking and charismatic young man in his mid-20s. He is an established adult film star, who has consistently appeared in every big movie for the past few years. Envy is a beautiful young woman in her early 20s who is also an adult film star. Intelligent and quickly rising to the top, she has been in the business for about a year. It is her fantasy-come-true and she is loving every minute of her newfound career. Luke and Envy meet on set. Luke is enamored by her beauty and finds out she doesn't do scenes with guys on camera. They exchange numbers and eventually go on a date. Sparks fly and a roller coaster of a relationship is soon to follow. The two encounter several challenges when their relationship and careers begin to collide. Luke's jealousy and Envy's free spirit soon tear them apart when promises are compromised.
Newbie director/established male performer Rocco Reed delivers a tale of porn set romance in this good feature starring Gracie Glam. The acting is pretty average throughout and the music gets a bit too intrusive during the plot points. The sex is good but never hits all the passionate notes it should, and the camerawork doesn’t always flatter the women that much.
In the story, Reed gets jealous over Glam’s sexual cravings even though she only does girl/girl or solo scenes. Glam gets offered her own feature if she does her first on-camera boy/girl with anyone other than Reed. Reed—who fucks other women for money on a daily basis—hypocritically goes ballistic and then the two make up quickly.
In the heat of losing his shit about his girlfriend having her own career, Reed decides to fuck Chanel Preston, a choice many would agree with. Preston gives some fine-looking head before the decent vag. Glam does a good solo scene at the feature’s beginning that will pull the viewer into the plot. Glam and Reed’s makeup sex is remarkable only in its ending, which DreamZone promotes as Glam’s first internal pop. AVN Hall of Famer Tom Byron did an OK job editing this, but he’s much better working Charley Chase’s snatch with his rod.