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Released: Jun 01st, 1993
Running Time: 100
Director: Michael Carpenter
Company: Coast To Coast Video
Cast: Pamela Dee, Natasha (I), Sierra (I), Alicia Rio, Bionca (I), Summer Knight, Lacy Rose, Jeanna Fine, Tiffany Million, Francesca Lé
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Kittens 4 relies on anal beads, electrical appliances and a confusing storyline to work in seven sex scenes. The beads and appliances work like a charm. The story doesn’t, necessarily.
Bionca is a physical trainer, saddled with a broken leg, who sends Francesca Lé to find out who’s been stealing her clients. The resolution of it all leaves you shaking your head; so does the sex, but for different reasons.
Lé seems like she’s in practically all of the scenes, and that’s perfectly all right because this is, sexually, her best performance to date. There’s a number of multi-girl encounters included in this feature, the best of which is a bathroom conclave that has Pamela Dee doing a clinical ass study of Summer Knight, joined by Bionca and Jeanna Fine, with Jeanna playing a butthole sonata on the girls with her fingers. It’s not Bruce Seven for filth, but it comes darn near close.
In an earlier scene, Lacy Rose and Alicia Rio are seen working out. Lé’s appearance precipitates a meleé with Alicia getting anal beads pulled both out of her ass and twat. The beads also set the tone for a scene between Fine and Bionca. Sierra, Lé and Natasha do the appliances in another threeway. Tiffany Million, disappointingly, comes in at the very end, almost as a sexual cameo, for a logically-bereft threeway that includes Lé and Bionca.
I wouldn’t exactly describe this feature as cohesive and well thought out. But if you’ve enjoyed the Kittens series to date, you’ll probably enjoy this one too, though I can honestly say it doesn’t quite match up to the intensity of Kittens 3, last year’s winner of Best All-Girl Feature.