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Glass Houses

Released: Sep 01st, 1997
Running Time: 84
Director: Shawn Ricks
Company: Sin City Entertainment
Cast: Paul Cox, Valentino (I), Toni James, Johnni Black, Alyssa Allure, Lexi Leigh
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Genre: Feature

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Critical Rating: AAA 1/2

A pleasant fuckin' video. The story involves a musician about to go on tour, and his fiancée imploring him to stay faithful, with a few surprises before the last fade-out. Director Ricks likes to throw curveballs, like starting the vid with a guy singing a love song to his fiancée at a part and then following it up with a scene that looks like it's going to end up with sex – but doesn’t.

Five deliberately paced, well-crafted sex scenes (one g/g) include creative framing and camera angles. Alyssa Allure shines as a comedy groupie impressed with Ricks' stand-up act(s). Tech credis are blue ribbon across the board, with images, lighting, and editing far above average, and Ricks' trademark black-and-white/color mix well-executed. Music is also a definite plus, matching visuals for creativity.


 

Related Content:

Sin City Entertainment
Paul Cox
Valentino (I)
Toni James
Johnni Black
Alyssa Allure
Lexi Leigh
Shawn Ricks

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