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Soul Mates

Released: Aug 01st, 2001
Running Time: 75
Director: Robby D.
Company: Vivid Entertainment Group
Cast: Sky Taylor, Sharon Wild
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Genre: Feature

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This one\'s slick enough for couples, and sufficiently raunchy

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Critical Rating: AAA 1/2

Bridget Powerz is Madame Claudine, a pretty ineffective psychic. You see,

these poor cuckolded schmucks come to her for advice on their love lives,

namely, how to deal with the fact that their girlfriends are cheating on them.

Madame Claudine sees the truth, but unfailingly lies to all comers. We see

the infidelities enacted in the dark beyond Claudine's parlor.

And that little trick of staging is what really makes the video. None of the

sex is that astounding (nor is any of it boring or incompetent, just

unexceptional), but Robby D.'s presenting the sex in little circles of light in

an otherwise darkened room is pretty slick. Granted, I'm sure it was also a

fine cost-cutting measure, but it shows that some thought went into the

production. The framing device gets a little tedious, but when the light in the

ceiling comes on, it's a hip effect.

Nikita Denise's anal scene is the strongest on the tape, she goes absolutely

feral. Does the lying Madame Claudine get her comeuppance? Oh, yeah.

Marketing: This one's slick enough for couples, and sufficiently raunchy

for the raincoaters — recommend generally.


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