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Backdoor to the City of Sin

Released: Aug 01st, 1993
Running Time: 107
Director: Christopher Alexander
Company: Anabolic Video
Cast: Berlin (I), Christina Dior, Ophelia, Tiffany Mynx, Mark Davis, Jonathan Morgan, Steve Drake, Mike Horner, Rocco Siffredi, Jake Steed, Persia
Critical Rating: AAA
Genre: Feature

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Critical Rating: AAA

Right off the bat, a raunchy atmosphere is established, as Alleycat Scratch, (a real Vegas underground band) performs "Fuck Her Up The Ass" alongside the credits. Then Mike Horner tithumps and butt-rumps Tiffany Mynx on a winding staircase – a delicious sequence slightly obscured by the handrails, but saved by a superior facial finish. Berlin has her backdoor wall torn down by Steve Drake and Jake Steed; we'd love to see more of this German strudel in the future. Ich bin ein Berliner!

The real "find" is covergirl Christina Dior, a trim blonde who's not beautiful in the conventional sense, but absolutely captivating to watch. Though she doesn't even do anal with Jonathan Morgan (looking resplendent in his AVN t-shirt, we might add), Dior just keeps on cumming in her video debut. For those of you who appreciate an interesting interview, stay tuned after the credits for Christina's fascinating sexual history.


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