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Released: Dec 01st, 1994
Running Time: 78
Director: Max Steiner
Company: Zane Entertainment Group
Cast: Don Fernando, Anna Malle, Dick Nasty, Brooke Dunn, Breanna Malloy, Max Steiner, Candy Connor, Sabrina (I)
Critical Rating: AA 1/2
This hole-stretching extravaganza is not quite up to the usual Max Steiner standard; relying on Don "Faucet" Fernando as chief stud guarantees a charisma-black hole at the center of your video. There's only two familiar girls here: Anna Malle, and a Latina babe, Sabrina, whom I compared to Loni Sanders in Private Video Magazine 13. The other girls are either unremarkable or hard-to-see.
Don, playing a doctor purveying anal therapy, starts off with a hard-looking, fading blonde with one of those so-big-they-wrinkle-up fake boob jobs, mouthing the military mumbo-jumbo that supposedly gets her off, but just bores us silly. Don fingers and stretches her in approved Max-fashion, and drills her fore and aft, while she d.p.'s herself with a arm-sized dildo. Yawn, and segue to an outdoor hammock scene with Sabrina. Don dips his wick in her dark-lipped shaven quim, then she mounts him for extended reverse cowgirl anal that shakes her Hershey's-Kiss nipples, as the Faucet squirts his second facial.
Anna Malle, always enthusiastic, is downright insane here. Her impressive deep-throating of Max temporarily halts her obnoxiously vocal anal nympho act. Max's anal arrowing — interupted for the obligatory stretching of her holes, is a series of penetration-and-withdrawal shots enough to satisfy any gaping-asshole fan. The climax has a brassy blonde nurse chow down on Max's butthole. He squeezes four fingers each into her ass and pussy and applauds her efforts. Her anal reaming ends with fierce face-fucking, but she's little more than a not-entirely-attractive receptacle.
Max fans will eat it up, but it's not his best. Retailers take note: these "nasty" Max Zone titles are very well-packaged, with deliberately-shocking photos that show up on shelves well.