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Released: Sep 01st, 1996
Running Time: 93
Director: Joe D'Amato
Company: Snatch Productions
Cast: Monica Orsini, Sindee Coxx, Bobby Vitale, Valentino (I), Cleopatra, Kaitlyn Ashley, Nick East, Nyrobi Knight
Critical Rating: Not Yet Rated
We're reasonably certain that Sherlock Holmes once did a monograph on the fact that pussy lips can be used to identify a particular woman as accurately as fingerprints. Therefore, viewers paying close attention to the opening fuck between cop Valentino and a blonde gal who never shows her face will probably realize who she is.
Valentino disappears sometime during the opening credits, leaving only the handcuffs with which he was shackled to his bed, and detective Bobby Vitale has to figure out what happened to him. Vitale's attention centers on writer Sindee Cox, who, oddly enough, isn't wearing any panties during his interrogation room interview with her. If this scenario recalls '93's hit Basic Instinct, it's obviously supposed to.
Vitale gets two back-to-back scenes with Ashley, but that's only a lead-in to this tape's best offering, with Coxx recalling her hot love affair with college professor Nick East. As Coxx seduces East on his office couch, backgrounds of Coxx watching herself in the clinch begin to fade in and out behind the sex, which, together with an excellent music track, add a fine artistic touch to the cowgirl, doggie and mish coupling on the sofa - a definite candidate for a Best Sex Scene nomination.
The finale is a double scene, with Sean Michaels and Valentino double-teaming Cleopatra for a mish/b.j. scenario and a double cumshot to her face, and Vitale and Coxx taking the plunge again, into a volcanic mish and side-saddle slam.
Kudos to D'Amato, who seems to be able to do no wrong when it comes to hot sex features, and his excellent cinematographers and editor. They hopefully won't be forgotten come January.