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Married Women

Released: Jul 01st, 1988
Running Time: 80
Director: Anthony Spinelli
Company: Plum Productions
Cast: Tom Byron, Mike Horner, Lauren Brice, Raven (I)
Critical Rating: AAA
Genre: Feature

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Nice pacaging on Spinelli\'s latest drama

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Critical Rating: AAA

If you thought Anthony Spinelli and writer Michael Ellis have run out of psychological sex dilemmas, then you're wrong.  Married Women discusses the scarring that occurs when an unhappy couple play swinging games that they don't quite comprehend.  The viewer spends one evening with Mike Horner and Lauren Brice -- she of the dominating wife category; he of the confused, weaker sect.  They invite new friends Tom Byron and Raven over for a night of swapping and psychological abuse.

It works mostly because the sex is pretty hot, the feature looks good and Lauren Brice turns in an awards-worthy acting job.  Since only four players are involved, everyone does everyone. The highlight sex scenes involve Brice and Tom Byron, while Raven (looking real good here) and Horner wet the sofa. Spinelli's last three features have been quite claustrophobic (it really works for True Sin).  It would be nice to see the master open up his next sexvid to more characters and situations.


 

Related Content:

Plum Productions
Tom Byron
Mike Horner
Lauren Brice
Raven (I)
Anthony Spinelli

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