Released: Jun 01st, 2000
Running Time: 96
Director: Antonio Adamo
Companies: Private Media Group Inc, Private
Distribution Companies: Penthouse Video
Cast: Kate More, Brad Shadow, Cindy (I), Phillippe Dean, Monica Sweetheart, Silvia Jones, Silvia Saint, Angela Tiger, Peggy Sue, Vivien (IV) (Hungarian), Frank Major, David Perry, Lisa Crowford, Jan Scott, Bruno SX, Frank Gun, Eric (I), Brigitte
Critical Rating: AAAA
Absolutely excellent for the couples' shelf, for devotees of Private releases, and for fans new and old of Silvia Saint.
An excellent first entry for a new series by Private and Penthouse.
For most of us lowly mortals, merely gazing at Silvia Saint is heartbreaking in and of itself, so exquisite is she to look upon. And here she's positively luminous. Saint portrays Patricia, the lead call girl, who becomes an object of obsession for Bruno SX. SX plays a video journalist assigned to do an in-depth piece on high-priced Parisian call girls. His visit to a plush sex club yields a sizzling group scene; later, he follows one of the girls, whose tail is plowed in a fervent reverse cowgirl with a man in a limousine moving through the streets of Paris.
On the advice of a colleague, SX decides to center the piece on Saint, and follows her on a day-to-day basis. Letting him into her world, Saint gets filmed with various johns which, in turn, drives SX to distraction with jealousy. While editing the piece, a female colleague of SX's comes on to him, stripping off what little she's wearing and hopping up on the editing bay board for a fiery fuck. But Saint disappears suddenly, leaving SX to dwell in his obsession before he tracks her down. Their resultant coupling is nothing short of artistic. The ending group scene smokes, with a masked blonde's d.p. ending in her face being splattered in spoo, a huge glob of which covers her eyelids.
All the sharp images one can expect from a Private release, laden with supernaturally beautiful, cock-hungry European women who barely bat an eyelash as they take the salami up their keisters and cunts simultaneously.
Art direction is undeniably crisp, as are both the pre-nom-worthy editing and direction. The sex scenes are radiantly detailed, plentiful, and undeniably exquisite to look at, but lacking genuine heat.