Released: Jul 01st, 1999
Running Time: 90
Director: Nick Orleans
Distribution Companies: Adam & Eve Pictures
Cast: Jill Kelly, Alexandra Silk, Elizabeth X, Randy Spears, Temptress, Mark Davis, Ashton Moore, Julia Parton, Brick Majors, John Decker, Jack Hammer
Critical Rating: AAAA
To us, the definition of romance is offering a “popcorn surprise” to our favorite gal at the Lawrence Tierney Film Festival, but one must be realistic. Flowers, not hot buttered cock, are generally the more accepted tool of the mating ritual. Would it not be reasonable to conclude that bouquet upon bouquet of glistening petals, thematically woven into a misty-filtered porn vid, might moisten the panties of the average female? Nick Orleans goes out of his way to drive the point home, in this lush but literal video production which plenty of women will find arousing, and most men will simply sneeze at.
Sarcasm aside, this is one gorgeous vid. The idea is to show people making an ideal kind of fantasy love, and on that level it sustains a remarkable level of eroticism. In perfect make-up and costuming (everyone appears to be on their way to a cocktail party) the performers grope each other in lush, upscale locations. The action is frequently peppered with close-ups of delicate flowers waving lazily in the fields, as if Andrew Blake suddenly developed a deep, abiding interest in botany.
The best of these scenes manages to capture the essence of animal magnetism along with the allure or romance. Alexandra Silk never looked better as she entices Randy Spears with her oral skills, moving on to diddle her own butthole while he returns the favor. Surprisingly, the scene moves on to include some rockin’ anal penetration – as does a garden tryst with Brick Majors and an unknown gal who also allows him to unload his profligate spoo on her quivering pussy lips. So to all the naysayers who might be inclined to roll over and take a nap after the first tame sequence unspools, we say: Hang in there. It’s worth the wait.
Nominations for the aforementioned scenes, plus more for direction, videography, and editing.