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Released: May 01st, 1994
Running Time: 91
Director: Frank Thring
Company: Private Film
Distribution Companies: Odyssey Group Video
Cast: Edith Buckholtz, Monique Despard, Ashley Fair, Ludmilla Hernschultz, Nico Wagner, Kai Nobel, April Summer, Mike Hungary, Frank Starr, Olinka Ferova, Hans Schiller
Critical Rating: AAAA
This is essentially "Sensual Exposure, European style" — except that THIS version is hotter than hell! Olinka Ferova stars as Natasha, a woman who goes to a chateau of sensual delights to watch — and then partake of — all the carnal delights it has to offer.
Although the overall production values aren't quite up to Andrew Blake's, they're very good, and all eight(!) of the sex scenes are not only scorching, but they're COMPLETE! The action includes threeways, four-ways, anal, d.p.'s, girl-girl, an orgy, solos, and even a gang-bang!
Even though a cast list is included in the credits, putting names to faces was impossible (except for Olinka), so bear with me here. Equally difficult is choosing which scenes to highlight, as all are incredibly hot, but worthy of special mention are: the garden path sequence where a leather clad man and a beautiful woman in a full length fur coat begin making love. The action heats up as they make their way into the house, ending up in an attic bedroom to finish their very sensual encounter.
Also noteworthy is the segment where Natasha starts out solo (watch what she does with her necklace!) and then is joined by a man who has been watching her while he jacks off. This scene is guaranteed to raise your temperature! Start to finish, this video will captivate and arouse, making it a must have for stores who want to expand their International section.
Also appearing: Kai Nobel, April Summer, Ashley Fair, Monique Despard, Edith Buckholtz, Ludmilla Hernschultz, Mike Hungary, Frank Starr, Nico Wagner and Hans Schiller.