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White Rope and Black Nylons

Released: Feb 01st, 2002
Running Time: 60
Company: California Star
Cast: Sienna Scott, Buck Naykid, Crystal White
Critical Rating: A 1/2
Genre: Specialty

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SYNOPSIS

To be stocked with the other super mild bondage videos.

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Critical Rating: A 1/2

One gets the feeling that they are in for a true BDSM flick after seeing all the disclaimers on the front of this video. The joke is on the viewer. This mild mannered video goes nowhere and does it very slowly.

Buck Naykid is the exterminator (pizza boy... whatever). Sienna Scott and Crystal White are the two chicks in the house watching him. The girls suddenly decide to dress in their best lingerie and nylons (black for Crystal, white for Sienna) to try and entice young Naykid.

Naykid ties Sienna to her chair with both girls' stockings leaving her to gently struggle on her own. Meanwhile he takes Crystal into another room where miraculously a rope appears from behind the couch. He amateurishly ties her up and leaves her to writhe. The only saving grace for this video is that the two girls are pretty with nice bodies. But the most annoying thing about this video is that Naykid cannot tie his own restraints, and the camera cuts away from him bending down back to the girl being tied up... what a cheat.


 

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California Star
Sienna Scott
Buck Naykid
Crystal White

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