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Released: Dec 01st, 1997
Running Time: 90
Company: Nitro Express
Cast: Frank Bukkwyd, Nicole London, Nikki Sinn, Michael J. Cox, Joel Lawrence, Morgan Fairlane, Brittany Andrews, Mike Horner, Alex Dane
Critical Rating: AAAA
Nikki Sinn may be on the box, but this is Brittany Andrews' feature… though some excellent dancing, both vertically and horizontally, by Alex Dane doesn't hurt one bit.
The time is the late 1920s, and director Frank Bukkwyd's B&W silent porn version of The Sheik is about to be interrupted by the announcement of the first XXX talkie… but not before some excellent sex between Andrews and Michael J. Cox. Watching Andrews kneel before Cox and suck his singular namesake is turn-on enough, but when Andrews cowgirls his baloney pony, champagne corks (and other thins) will pop all over town.
Andrews scores match points in her other big scene as well, a multi-positional nip- 'n' clit-lick session with Dane, which the buxom blonde begins by sitting on Dane's face.
Oh yeah, there's a plot. Andrews, queen of silent porn, is at her nasal best, and Bukkwyd, in a nom-worthy send-up of Erich von Stroheim crossed with W.C. Fields, worries how porn-moviegoers will react to the combo of big boobs and brooklynese. A few other subplots are woven in, not so much in aid of the sex as lead-ins to the songs.
Yes, songs. After all, this is the Cash Markman script that's been languishing unmade, since shortly after the debut of his critically-acclaimed My Bare Lady in 1989. And while Swinging doesn’t' quite equal Bare's style, it's one helluva raunchy romp with more than a few guffaws.
Perhaps the most artistic scene, however, is the closer with Dane and Horner dancing under the raindrops as a prelude to screwing on a park bench and up against a fire hydrant.
Worth mentioning, too, are Joel Lawrence sampling Morgan Fairlane's backdoor, and the Nikki Sinn/Nicole London g/g that pointlessly adds Steve Austin near its end. This is one of the best features Markman has done in a while, and retailers will generate extra rentings by shelving Swinging in the Rain right next to My Bare Lady.