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S.M.U.T. (Simply Makes U Tingle) #1

Released: Apr 01st, 1998
Running Time: 116
Director: Dion Giarusso
Company: Thrillseeker Productions
Distribution Companies: Elegant Angel Productions
Cast: Alec Metro, Raylene, Stephanie Swift, Tom Byron, Eric Price, Mark Davis, Jill Kelly, Sydnee Steele, Toni James, Wilde Oscar, Raylin, Nici Sterling
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Genre: All-Sex

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Critical Rating: AAA 1/2

Well, like they said in Bio class, cross-pollination is good for the species.  Here we have the introduction of the Tom Stone gene into the elegant Angel genus.  Note the jazzy background music and stylish camerawork familiar from PickUp Lines, intermingled with the raw sex and heavy anal action you would expect from Elegant Angel.

Five leisurely (20-minute plus) scenes are introduced by Stephanie Swift, who does a sixth solo turn at the end.  Above-average camerawork and editing, with scenes shot in moving vehicles adding to the challenge.  Of particular note is a sequence with Nici Sterling and Wilde Oscar fucking their way through a moving RV - from passenger seat to aft bed-chamber to dining nook to shower stall - with good use of mirrors and sunlight streaming through miniblinds casting zebra shadows on Sterling's torso.



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Elegant Angel Productions
Thrillseeker Productions
Jill Kelly
Stephanie Swift
Nici Sterling
Toni James
Eric Price
Sydnee Steele
Tom Byron
Alec Metro
Wilde Oscar
Mark Davis
Dion Giarusso


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