The look and sensuality of Les Femmes Erotique reminds us of how much Andrew Blake has changed the face of erotica. This film certainly will be yet another chart-topping hit that will sit on the rental and sales charts for months to come.
Les Femmes Erotique explores the theme of past versus future, and the viewer is treated to everything from virtual reality to women wearing costumes and headgear right out of the Buck Rogers comic strip from the 1920s. Most of the time, it's almost as if Blake is daring the viewer to decide whether a particular scene is a virtual reality hallucination or some present-day woman's dream of the future. My sentiments are, who cares? The blending of even disparate scenes is so seamless that you just hold on for the ride, enjoying every erotic moment of it.
The most featured players are the tall, svelte blonde Julia Ann, and the woman who is certainly in the running for XXX's hottest performer ever, P.J. Sparxx. This is a lady who could swim the English Channel, roll around in a field of cowflop and still be so eminently fuckable you'd seriously consider spending your life savings on her.
Sparxx shows up in four scenes, the hottest of which pairs her with new-comer Dahlia Grey (aka Penthouse pet Jami Dion) in a girl/girler which has the ladies literally tearing each other's clothes off. Also in the "whatever you do, don't miss this" category is P.J.'s in-pool scene with the (now blonde) Sunset Thomas. The ladies kiss, play and stroke each other so sensually, you'll cream your pants. Nearly as hot is the tape opener, with Sparxx camping on Marc Wallice's peg till the pair are joined by Raven, who "steals" Wallice away from her.
Julia Ann, who's obviously meant as a cool blonde contrast to Sparxx's hot passion, goes two rounds with boyfriend Aaron Colt, once in a wooded field where she takes him on all fours, turning quickly to receive a facial finale, and once poolside with a little help from the luscious Sunset.
Another superior entry on the sensuality front is Deborah Wells in a girl/girler with Dahlia that seems to span the decades – and ranges from sepiatone to full color – as the ladies stroke and fondle each other. Almost as delicious is a solo black-and-white scene of Christine Tyler, she of the near-perfect ass, in a white cotton dress, being lapped by waves at the seashore.
Mention must also be made of the more futuristic segments of this film, since they pop up between nearly every scene and feature vinyl-clad women being probed by a variety of mechanical dildo machines. We understand these gadgets were flown in from all over the world, thanks to the efforts of tech "advisor" Ernest Green. The juxtaposition of machine-made pleasure and human contact sexuality works well with the film's overall theme.
As usual, not a word is spoken for the entire hour-and-three-quarter run of the film, but the show is such a feast for the eye and ear – excellent soundtrack courtesy of Let's Play Music – you'll never notice. Blake's work is adult entertainment, all right. It's also as close to real art as this industry ever gets. Stock in depth and don't let your finer customers leave without it! Additional cast: Kelly O'Dell, Randy West, Peter North.