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Hookers from Panama

Released: Mar 01st, 2003
Running Time: 70
Director: Frederico Suave
Company: Heatwave Entertainment
Cast: Enmanuel, Cielo, Amanda (I), Eleanor (I), Eduardo (I), Luli, Lorena, Ricardo (I)
Critical Rating: AAA
Genre: All-Sex

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Fans of south-of-the-border women will be interested in what Panama has to provide.

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Critical Rating: AAA

Five attractive Panamanian women get right down to business with their clients in this apparently hooker-themed tape. All dialogue is in Spanish, so English-bound Anglos and others will have to take the title on faith. Other than the nationality of the performers, there's not a lot unique about this tape.

Lorena is taken to a hotel by a man who undresses her and then vanishes once Amanda and another man show up for a three-way. Luli gets a tour of some loud, but stylishly decorated, rooms before chatting with her client, taking a quick bath in a very cool Jacuzzi, and then getting it on in a wonderfully wild bedroom.

Cielo and her gentleman look out over the city before smooching and fucking. Eleanor never makes it out of the bathroom, getting shagged on a throw rug placed on the tile floor in front of the toilet.

Not an ounce of romance, just appealingly "real" women having sex they seem occasionally interested in.


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Amanda (I)
Eduardo (I)
Eleanor (I)
Ricardo (I)
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