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Scarlett and Hannah Struggle in Bondage

Released: May 01st, 2003
Running Time: 49
Director: Vince Benedetti
Company: Gotham Gold
Cast: Scarlett, Hannah (I)
Critical Rating: AAA
Genre: Specialty

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Gotham devotees, bondage fans.

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Critical Rating: AAA

This vid contains two scenes, each of young females in bondage (ropes, mostly), struggling.

The lovely young lady in the first scene is Scarlett. She's very pretty, and has very delicate features, and very long and elegant limbs. Her dyed hair, lip piercings and small tattoos make her look a little like a London club kid. She wears a short black skirt, and a shiny, metallic top. Her clothes fit tight. She also wears sexy heels. She's been tied with ropes to a pole in a very average-looking basement.

Her hands secured behind her back with a pair of metal cuffs and some type of leather cuffs on her ankles, we then see her in a different, "drawn and quartered" type of position, legs spread and her back against the floor. She's also gagged, and her pert tits push out between the bundles of ropes.

Thrusting her pelvis toward the ceiling, she tries in vain to get free. In the final moments of her scene, in yet a different position, she has two arms and one leg tied to the thick ropes that descend from a ceiling pipe.

The second scene features some similar moments - this time with Hannah. Cute Hannah is a bit Rubenesque, and rather busty. She looks like a schoolgirl, with her short plaid skirt and white button-down shirt. At one point, she's tied to what looks like a wooden sawhorse, with duct tape over her mouth. She struggles vigorously, with a frightened look in her eyes. (Incidentally, the box cover credits her as "Hannah," while the computer graphic on the tape spells it "Hanna.")

And speaking of the box cover, it's much less intense and captivating than the usual Gotham art. It also somewhat oversells the material, which is just not that impressive most of the time.


 

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Gotham Gold
Scarlett
Hannah (I)
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