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The Romeo Syndrome

Released: Sep 01st, 1995
Running Time: 72
Director: Jim Enright
Company: Sin City Entertainment
Cast: T.T. Boy, April (VI), Melissa Monet, Kirsty Waay, Jessica James, Jonathan Morgan
Critical Rating: AAA
Genre: Feature

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Critical Rating: AAA

This vid is inspired by Romeo Is Bleeding, but there's no delicious female role like Lena Olin's in this tape.  Stephen St. Croix is the crooked cop (he betrays partner T.T. Boy and witness April to Jonathan Morgan for cash).  St. Croix becomes mired deeper and deeper in his guilt and greed so he turns to sex for an escape.

He watches Kirsty Waay and Melissa Monet savagely pleasure each other in Morgan's bar.  He joins in and the highlight is when Monet balances herself on the bar and sucks him off.  St. Croix has another good scene with Jessica James, who becomes a mad-woman as she devours his cock.

The final act is unexpected, so I won't give it away. Director Enright should be congratulated; he nurses great performances from his cast.  St. Croix and James are especially effective, and Morgan is toned down just enough to be believable.  In this tape the sex jars the mood, so it becomes an uneven exercise for porn, but a good outing for drama.


 

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Jessica James
T.T. Boy
Melissa Monet
Kirsty Waay
Jonathan Morgan
April (VI)
Jim Enright

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