Released: Sep 01st, 1999
Running Time: 106
Director: Andrew Blake
Company: Studio A Entertainment
Cast: Regina Hall, Lea Martini, Ramon (IV), James Bonn, Petra (I), Katja Kean, Dahlia Grey, Avalon
Critical Rating: Not Yet Rated
Stylish classy people who look like they wandered into the back room by mistake, and Playboy fans looking for something a little more, you know, sexy?
Another cool-as-a-cucumber number from Andrew Blake. The setting is one of those minimal-ist Neutra/Schindler/Eames houses up in the Hollywood Hills, the cool jazz score is by Raoul Valve (pre-nom, natch), the photography is by Blake (also pre-nom, also natch), and the main attraction is the luscious Dahila Grey, as usual.
There are two guys in two b/g scenes this time, one with the delectable Lea Martini and beau Ramon, the other with lucky guy James Bonn. The too-seldom-seen Avalon (Come back, Avalon, all is forgiven) adds her own Grace Kelly ice princess flavor to the proceedings as well.
Absolutely gorgeous images of absolutely gorgeous women doing a number of dirty things. A little light rope play, some riding crops here and there, and an unexpected moment where Dahlia and another woman, standing by the edge of a pool, both only wearing high heels, start to light their cigarettes when Dahlia suddenly grabs the lighter from the other girl's hand, throws away hr cigarette, and pushes her into the pool. The girl's surprised grin when she surfaces indicates that it was a moment of unexpected improvisation.
If you do well with classy erotica, you'll do well with this. If you aren't sure, start here.