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On The Prowl In Paris

Released: Nov 01st, 1993
Running Time: 85
Director: Jamie Gillis
Company: Sin City Entertainment
Critical Rating: AA
Genre: Gonzo

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Critical Rating: AA

Sub-amateur videography mars what could have been an interesting excursion into the sexual undercurrents of Paris — and I can't think of too many XXX stars who could have done it better than Jamie Gillis. Unfortunately, the ball is dropped too many times in too many ways for it to be worth sitting through nearly an hour and a half of French guys jerking off on one or more Parisian babes.

After the obligatory establishing shots (and Jamie saying too many times "Wow, we're actually in Paris" or words to that effect), we get to see a cute brunette spread her legs while lying in a car, and a bunch of French guys jerking off on her. The same scenario is repeated with Jamie's "find", Carol Nash, a tall blonde. Jamie takes her to a "party" of French guys, who play blind man's bluff with her, feel her up and eventually j.o. on her. This takes up at least 45 minutes of the tape. Finally, he gets a couple of other women to demonstrate the proper use of a bidet. By this point, I needed one — but not to cool me down; that happened many minutes ago. Future entries in this series have got to be better.


 

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