Released: Dec 04th, 2013
Running Time: 131 Min.
Director: James Avalon
Company: Sweet Sinner
Distribution Companies: Mile High Media
DVD Extras: Behind the Scenes, Still Gallery(ies), Trailer(s)
Cast: Kimberly Kane, James Deen, Seth Gamble, Riley Reid, Tyler Nixon, Adriana Chechik
Critical Rating: AAA
When a sexy young woman moves in next door, a dark secret awakens in Wyatt Chamberfield. He likes to watch. And one night, seeing her bring a young man home, he's mesmerized watching them make love through the bedroom window. The next morning, the young woman confronts him, but she's not angry or upset. She likes being watched, and their deviant relationship takes a dark turn.
In James Avalon’s The Exhibitionist, he brings together two of adult’s finest performers, Kimberly Kane and James Deen, to add acting muscle to this story of a husband (Deen) not only deeply infatuated with his beautiful new neighbor (Adriana Chechik) but obsessed with spying on her having sex.
As a speechwriter, Deen is facing pressure at work but has a supportive wife in Kane who does what she can to keep him happy. What really makes him happy, it appears, is peeping on his new neighbor. Chechik does a nice job playing a sexy temptress and is impressive in her two scenes with Tyler Nixon and Deen, who is surprised to hear that she is a bit of an exhibitionist. Deen and Kane also get together in a very passionate yet hard-charging scene in which we see two greats performing at their best.
While the acting and sexual performances will draw interest, the plot seems too thin. There appears to be no trouble in Deen and Kane’s marital life, no hints that Kane suspects anything going on with her husband, and the ending is so very ambiguous that it’s difficult to draw any conclusion as to what will eventually happen to all involved. Riley Reid and Seth Gamble’s romp in which they catch a never seen voyeur outside their window (most likely Deen) adds nothing to the story, and as good as Chechik is in this particular role, her character is never fully developed. It’s an interesting story but definitely in need of more meat to fill up the plot holes.