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an Interview For A Roomate -- Vol. 5002

Released: Jul 01st, 1995
Running Time: 59
Director: Lance Albright
Company: R
Distribution Companies: H Productions
Cast: Rusty (I), Antonio (I), Diana Bonet, Dave Cummings
Critical Rating: Not Yet Rated
Genre: Pro-Am

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Critical Rating: Not Yet Rated

The ad requests a roommate for an unconventional home. Hmmmm. In this well-planned amateur production, two couples who are probably real-life swingers (sometimes you can just tell!) turn life into one casual free-for-all where home equity is not a loan. It is an interesting assortment of characters: an older balding grey-haired dude, a younger Hispanic guy, a slightly plump gal, and a slender middle-aged woman. It isn't long before they are together as a group on a floor mattress. Viewers may be spoiled by more youthful or more familiar performers, but (in this case) when they get into a large sex-swing and start rocking... things just seem more acceptable. These are unquestionably not pro performers moonlighting in pro-am. If you're looking for sexual realism and can discount the openness of their relationships, you'll be surprised to see some of "the real thing".


 

Related Content:

H Productions
R
Rusty (I)
Antonio (I)
Diana Bonet
Dave Cummings
Lance Albright

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