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Single White Woman

Released: Dec 01st, 1992
Running Time: 83
Director: Henri Pachard
Company: Fat Dog Productions
Cast: Alex Jordan, Tom Byron, Randy West, Tiffany Mynx, Ari, Steve Drake
Critical Rating: AAA
Genre: Feature

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Critical Rating: AAA

Sometimes we can be very thankful that adult video directors concentrate on the sex because the heat pays off in Single White Woman, frankly a sexy tape lacking in storyline and production values. Fans will concentrate instead on the gorgeous visages of Alex Jordan, Ari and Tiffany Mynx and the incendiary sex sequences. Ari is a highly attractive raven-haired newcomer (lots of amateur performances to warm up), heavily tattooed and extremely anally excitable, as evidenced in the opener with Tom Byron. His pop on her lovely backside with his finger wedged where the sun don't shine is classic. Jordan, with her thoroughbred curves and her ability to transmit her enjoyment of "the act" is a gem in her bout with West and also in the closer with him and the gals. West happily dips into each honeypot, delighting in this smorgasbord of snatch. The combos, couplings and triplings are especially erotic here. Mynx once more lives up to her name -- sterling silver and slut rolled up all into one.

Two-fisted fun for the flesh ... if you leave your mind on hold. Nice box.


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