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The Poetry of the Flesh

Released: Dec 01st, 1993
Running Time: 78
Director: Michael Craig
Company: Yellow Pepper Productions
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Genre: Feature

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Critical Rating: AAA 1/2

Taylor Wane stars as a failed writer of erotica in this predominantly anal-oriented video. (Three out of the five sex scenes make deliveries in the rear, but Ms. Wane is in the two which do not.) Taylor's attempt at writing hard-core is so bad that her literary agent Mr. Preston, (Ron Dye in a non-sex role) throws it back in her face, questioning whether or not she's ever even BEEN fucked before. His advice: get a life, because you can't write what you don't know. Good advice. Taylor spends the balance of the movie learning about putting the "nasty" back in the "doin' the nasty", and proving her agent wrong.

This vid surely won't win any acting or screenplay awards, but the sex is so fucking hot it all balances out. Two scenes you definitely won't want to miss are Jonathan Morgan giving Taylor the "slam-o-rama" treatment as she encourages him with some tantalizing dirty talk; and the table-top romp with Melanie Moore and Nick East, where Melanie literally begs for Nick's cock – which he gives her in a big way, in every orifice he can find. The combination of the ever popular Taylor Wane on the box, and hot sex on the tape, should add up to brisk business at the cash register.


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