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Epiphany

Released: Apr 01st, 2000
Running Time: 80
Director: Nic Cramer
Company: Pleasure Productions
Cast: Alec Metro, Jessica Drake, Julie Meadows, Evan Stone, John Strong, Brian Surewood, Bethany Hartford, Bridgett Kerkove, Cheyne Collins
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Genre: Feature

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SYNOPSIS

Best suited to fans of Bridgett Kerkove and devotees of digital effects.

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Critical Rating: AAA 1/2

This slick film-look video has a couple of scenes that work well. Jessica Drake expects an epiphany after her girlfriend Bridgett Kerkove has left her (and received a great ass-fuck and in-mouth pop in the process from Drake's husband, Alec Metro). After Drake engages Cheyne Collins in a fairly standard revenge-fuck, she falls asleep and dreams about a sex club in which Brian Surewood is apparently going for a parody of the Scary Fetish Guy. Drake watches Surewood attempt to generate a response as he bangs pale, distant Bethany Hartford; she later reunites with Kerkove in a prison waiting room, as Kerkove's been arrested for robbing a bank or something. Prison guard Evan Stone joins in for a good threeway, and that's it. Wacky closing credits provide a smile at the end.


 

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Pleasure Productions
John Strong
Bridgett Kerkove
Alec Metro
Julie Meadows
Brian Surewood
Cheyne Collins
Jessica Drake
Evan Stone
Bethany Hartford
Nic Cramer

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