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The Blues

Released: May 01st, 1993
Running Time: 75
Director: Sean Michaels
Company: Video Team
Cast: Julian St. Jox, Killian Rodriguez, Domonique Simone, Delilah Savage, Toy, Sean Michaels, Jonathan Morgan
Critical Rating: AAA
Genre: Feature

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Critical Rating: AAA

Sean Michaels heads up a blues band which consists of himself, younger brother Julian St. fox and Jonathan Morgan. Michaels goes through the entire tape stressed out over something or other; he barely relaxes even when seduced by cute groupie Killian Rodriguez. Look for Killian to tease Sean unbearably as she undresses for him, which leads to a steamy session on his dressing room couch. This gal really knows how to ride a cock! Almost as hot is the artsy Tom Byron/Toy coupling in the bed of a pick­up truck, all done in a pale blue light, leaving no section of the truck untouched. Finally, the Domonique Simone/Toy lesbo number at the cud shows some real energy. On the down side, this tape is far too talky, the actors never seem to have any motivation for their lines, and the emotions — particularly Sean's — never ring true. Call this an average offering from a reasonably good feature maker — with a great box featuring Sean playing the sax.


 

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Video Team
Julian St. Jox
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Delilah Savage
Toy
Sean Michaels
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Sean Michaels

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