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Released: Feb 01st, 2001
Running Time: 60
Director: John Fitzgerald
Cast: Mia Pavelli, Isabella Sinclaire, Eden Wells, Damiana, Jewell Marceau
Critical Rating: AAAA
Stock for the debauched, the jaded and the experienced. Beginners should probably look elsewhere, as should the curious. Don't want to scare them off, now.
Beautifully done extreme bondage tape featuring a very attractive cast in some unusual situations. Unapologetic in its presentation of edge and "unsafe" ideas, IM2's terrible Mistress, Isabella Sinclaire, really packs 'em in - packs 'em in rubber, packs 'em in latex, packs 'em in wooden crates after swathing 'em in layers of ultra high-end gear, replete with hoods and tubes and such. Much attention to detail: locks and chains, the outfitting of slaves, draconian torture devices stringing the devout up in all manner of compromising positions.
Opening is (likely) Mia Pavelli, in bed with mummified Jewell Marceau, the "Jennifer" of the title (scene depicted on the am-appearing box cover). After what we're encouraged to believe has been a rough night for Jennifer, unable to get any sleep due to the severity of her trusses (Red flags! Red flags!), she starts the day in an even worse predicament: bound to serve, tray chained around her neck, fetish ballet shoes strapped on her feet.
The Mistresses entertain themselves by flogging beauty-pageant blonde Eden Wells in a delicious show of exemplary technique, slapping her silly, layin' on the hurt two-handed. Damiana lures Jennifer, a jar of honey on her permanently affixed serving tray, into the bathroom, and the girls proceed to play in the sweet stuff with more and more abandon. When Isabella catches them, there's nothing for it but the taking of ultra-severe bondage and deprivation at the business end of the cruel Mistress's imagination.
On the tech end, too bad about the distant sound and the presence of the cameraman's shadow here and there. These slips keep this one out of Editor's Choice territory, but are neophyte gaffes that will surely be avoided in future episodes.