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A Kiss Before Dying

Released: Jun 01st, 1993
Running Time: 82
Director: Mitchell Spinelli
Company: Desert Productions (Dist. By Cdi)
Cast: Steven Scott, Tiffany Million, Ona Zee, Tina Tyler, Joey Verducci, Cal Jammer, Sierra (I)
Critical Rating: AAA
Genre: Feature

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Critical Rating: AAA

This is a moody, noir-style thriller, distinguished by two rare porn elements -- a complex plot, and intelligent, audible dialogue. The characters are stock, but effective, and competently acted. Three of five sex scenes sizzle, but the whole enterprise has been edited with a rushed hand, and the sense of pacing of an epileptic flamenco dancer. Sex scenes are punctured by distracting video toaster cuts, and the dialogue is rushed. Standout scenes include callgirl Tina Tyler's opening bout with alcoholic hitman Steve St. Croix; Sierra gyrating wildly on Joey Verducci's cock; and, no surprise, the lithe Tiffany Million's climactic pairing with St. Croix. Despite its generous length, this video would have benefited immensely by perhaps four more minutes, to give the clever script room to work itself out. Nevertheless, worth recommending for story fans, Sierra fans, and Tiffany fans.


 

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Desert Productions (Dist. By Cdi)
Steven Scott
Tiffany Million
Ona Zee
Tina Tyler
Joey Verducci
Cal Jammer
Sierra (I)
Mitchell Spinelli

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