PLEASUREBUSINESSVODAVN AWARDS 2014

Located in: Home > Movies > The Fluffer, Part 1
MOVIE REVIEW

The Fluffer, Part 1

Released: May 01st, 1993
Running Time: 70
Director: Henri Pachard
Company: Fat Dog Productions
Cast: Tom Byron, Ariana (I), Jonathan Morgan, Samantha York, Nicole London, Tim Lake, Terry Thomas, Nicole Wilder, Hans Stallion, Ron Jeremy
Critical Rating: AAAA
Genre: Feature

Popular Rating Average:
My Rating:
Please log in to rate. Don't have a free account? Register now!

Buy DVD Watch Online





REVIEWS

 

Critical Rating: AAAA

A fluffer is a non-performer (female) whose job it is to get the male performers excited when all else fails. Redhead Brittany O'Connell, in her first substantive role, plays such a woman who fluffs as a means to crack the adult business as an acknowledged female performer.

There have been scads of "behind-the-scenes" videos. Some have been pretty good; some, pretty lame and patronizing. The Fluffer is excellent reality theater, though a little stagey. But, at the same time, it has a certain psychotic edge to it that's disturbing. For instance, in the opening scene when actor Hans Stallion can't get it up for Meo (he eventually does, thanks to O'Connell), director Paul Norman (playing himself) reacts like Robespierre all set with a guillotine. It's not THAT bad, though I have been on enough sets where "non-performance" creates a certain definable air of tension, to say the least. Here, you get the impression that actors are condemned to a Sicilian salt mine for impotence. Oddly, too, sideliners Nicole London and Samantha York share a rubber dick out in the open while all this is going on. Unabashed extracurricular sex isn't something you ordinarily witness on a shoot.

When O'Connell approaches director Pachard about giving her a break, he gets paternal and tells her he's going to show her something "to make her run from this". Gosh only knows what Pachard must think of the women he encourages to take it up the ass.

The sex scenes are the key ingredient of The Fluffer. They depict tempestuously aggressive women who suck dick, balls and asshole with the gusto of ravished arctic wolves as seen in the Nicole London/Tom Byron "on the set" pairing which is raw, undiluted verite.

I'm not and have never been thrilled with the idea of intercutting sex scenes (which happens throughout this vid), but one must allow for a certain dramatic How and exposition.

The acting is a little hyperbolic. Ariana plays a rambling talk box that you'd like to shut up with a mouthful of jockey shorts, but she absolutely manhandles Tim Lake in their pairing. O'Connell's character reminds you of fine Jewish whine: "w-a-a-h, I wanna go to Miami", but she handles click with the practiced wrist motion of a longshoreman.

Keep in mind, though, that this is only Part 1. O'Connell's fortunes, evidently, look up in the sequel. I'm just annoyed "that the boxcover (though fetching) doesn't alert the viewer ahead of time.       


 

Related Content:

Fat Dog Productions
Tom Byron
Ariana (I)
Jonathan Morgan
Samantha York
Nicole London
Tim Lake
Terry Thomas
Nicole Wilder
Hans Stallion
Ron Jeremy
Henri Pachard

Comments

 /
Please log in to comment.
Don't have a free account? Become a member!


By participating you agree to our Privacy Policy & the AVN "Be Kind Policy"
and represent that you are not under the age of 18.





TOP STORIES OF THE DAY
Girl Co Streets Biggest Movie Yet: 'Twisted Tale' From Sal Genoa
Nacho Vidal's ‘Total Anal PDA’ Releases October 13
Canada's Sex-Shop Television To Rebrand Vanessa TV As VividTV
AVN Teams with Sapphire to Host AVN Parties during SEMA Week
Jessica Drake, Team Wicked Begin Fundraising for AIDS Walk LA


AVN.com