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Constant Craving

Released: Feb 01st, 1993
Running Time: 86
Director: Jim Enright
Company: Vidco
Cast: Joey Silvera, Sierra (I), Randy West, Melanie Moore, Rebecca Bardoux, Tony Martina
Critical Rating: AAA
Genre: Feature

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Critical Rating: AAA

Sierra wants to smoke but best friend Melanie Moore won't let her. However, the smoking is just a substitute for food, but Melanie won't let her overeat either. Now, the food is just a substitute for what Sierra really craves: sex and plenty of it. Brittany, who is Sierra's substance abuse counselor, tells her that refraining from smoking or overeating is the second most difficult thing in the world — the first being "for Spike Lee to make a good movie". Enjoy that line because it's the only funny one.

One reason to recommend this show is that there's not an ounce of silicone in sight; an unusual accomplishment these days. The all-natural couplings include Brittany with boyfriend Joey Silvera, a decent Sierra/Melanie Moore lesbo get-together, and Randy West with Rebecca Bardoux, who has finally appeared in an adult feature after being introduced as Becky Bardot eight months ago at VSDA. Welcome Rebecca. Customers should know by now that Vidco means beautiful color on the video and bright eyecatching colors on the box.


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