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Penetrating the East 2

Released: Jun 01st, 1999
Running Time: 80
Director: Fabian Doyle
Company: Wicked Pictures
Cast: Robert (I), Patti Perla, Tresek, Lucka Savitch, Anna Marta, Pavel (I), Martin (I), Monika Peta, Josephine, Monique Arista
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Genre: All-Sex

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Critical Rating: AAA 1/2

East could mean a lot of things. From our perspective, Pasadena is East. To the average viewer, East means the Asian bloc. This volume, however, is referring to Eastern Europe, especially Prague; which, despite the historical locations, is not all that exotic. In other words, we have a Private-style release: practically indistinguishable from the genuine article, in fact.

From an airport tarmac to a fortress to a countryside romp to a lookout perch, this vid changes partners and locations frequently enough to keep one's attention —and other things— from flagging. All the girls enjoy all manner of penetration, and you can bet they whine like spoiled brats if they don’t receive a facial frosting.

The pace is good, and the action is always explicit, which makes up for some of the mechanical nature of the interpersonal chemistry. We'd suggest the lookout perch sequence as the highlight, and possibly a nominatable scene.


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