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Phone Sex

Released: Jan 01st, 2001
Running Time: 87
Director: Anita Rinaldi
Company: Vivid Entertainment Group
Cast: Love Child, Leslie Taylor, Olivia De Trevill, Mike Foster, Katia (I), Nick Lang, Monica Moor, Vivian Hadman, Dave Perry, Frank Gun, Alberto Ray
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Genre: Feature

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Couples, Euro-fans and those who like a little light narrative with their smut.

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Critical Rating: AAA 1/2

A young phone-sex operator in Budapest is sucked into an erotic vortex of sorts when she starts taking work home with her, literally. Not an especially original plot, perhaps, but with the combination of hot, fresh Euro-talent, at times blistering erotic action and the visual finesse proffered by director Anita Rinaldi, the sum here is far more than its narrative parts.

Katia, the dark-eyed young heart-breaker who essays the conflicted sex worker in question here is mouth-watering in all the right ways, and even in what is clearly her second language, manages to convey a certain scared-but-horny-kitten reticence in her various dalliances, all of which are suitably hot. A lineup of equally noteworthy performances, including that turned in behind the camera by Rinaldi, makes this a very solid pick.


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