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Hollywood Hostel

Released: Sep 01st, 2003
Running Time: 76
Director: Tommy Ganz
Company: Vivid Entertainment Group
Cast: Jana Cova, Autumn (I), Crystal Carter, Steven St. Croix, T.J. Cummings, Kira Kener
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Genre: Feature

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SYNOPSIS

Couples and Kener fans.

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Critical Rating: AAA 1/2

Kira Kener is a writer who has inherited a motel from her recently-deceased parents. A woman guest (Crystal Carter) at the motel, who Kira wrote a story about, is coming on to her, and her agent says she needs to write three new stories to cinch a book deal, and she's got two days to finish them. She can do it, she reassures her agent. "Trust me."

For inspiration, Kener peeps on Carter in a heated set-to with Steven St. Croix (Pre-nom, Couples scene), then conjures up her own go-round with Anton Michael. She sells the book, and a final sex scene with Kener and T.J. Cummings ends things on an up note.

Moody and contemplative, this vid is more a collection of scenes than a story, but it ties together nicely. Kener in three sex scenes will please her fans, and the Carter/St. Croix horizontal tussle will please everybody. Fine technically, with director/editor/cameraman/co-composer (with Miles Long) Ganz showing his skills across the board.


 

Related Content:

Vivid Entertainment Group
Autumn (I)
Steven St. Croix
Kira Kener
Jana Cova
Crystal Carter
T.J. Cummings
Tommy Ganz

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