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House of the Rising Son

Released: Jun 01st, 2001
Running Time: 120
Director: Michel Ricaud
Company: Marc Dorcel
Distribution Companies: Wicked Pictures
Cast: Rocco Siffredi, Andre Kay, Arlette Leonide, Laurent Parisi, Valerie Seller, Richard Allan, Nathalie Christal, Barbara Helner, Claudia Morini, Jacques Marbeuf, Alain Lyle
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Genre: Feature

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SYNOPSIS

Of particular interest to fans of Siffredi, older plot-based videos, and Euro tapes.

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Critical Rating: AAA 1/2

Highlighted by the debut of a then-unknown Rocco Siffredi, this vintage tape is an odd little number with some good sex scenes. Siffredi is found near the end of the vid as a hot young stud in a Euro bordello. His signature good looks and shall-we-say-assertive way with the ladies are evident from the beginning. Other than Siffredi, this is the tale of an unfulfilled mid-1980s housewife, with a sadistic and uncaring lover, who tries her hand at prostitution with uneven results. When Nathalie Christal demonstrates her stuff with the Madame, things get decidedly warm. Likewise during a very specialized client sequence at the bordello. Think: red latex and breath control.


 

Related Content:

Wicked Pictures
Marc Dorcel
Rocco Siffredi
Andre Kay
Arlette Leonide
Laurent Parisi
Valerie Seller
Richard Allan
Nathalie Christal
Barbara Helner
Claudia Morini
Jacques Marbeuf
Alain Lyle
Michel Ricaud

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