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True Confessions Of Hyapatia Lee

Released: Jul 01st, 1989
Running Time: 80
Director: Paul Thomas
Company: Vivid Entertainment Group
Cast: April West, Hyapatia Lee, Cheri Taylor, Sasha (I), Jon Dough, Robert Bullock, Randy West, Nina DePonca
Critical Rating: AAA
Genre: Feature

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Critical Rating: AAA

A bizarre dominant-submissive relationship in the marriage of Hyapatia Lee and Jon Dough is explored here. It starts off first as a game but ultimately draws out mutual contempt from the players. Dough has intense fantasies about his assistant Cheri Taylor that never materialize, (well, sort of -- you still see it), but it's his wife who's taking her active role in the games seriously, witness a high octane threesome involving April West and Randy West, and later flaunting it with Robert Bullock right under Dough's nose. Dough becomes so increasingly emasculated that he can only pleasure himself with photos of his wife. They've become that detached. Your reaction is that you want to smack this guy around, but I guess that's the point because director Paul Thomas is currently working on these little slice of life features intended to make you react in a way other than choke your chicken.  A highly recommended entry to the couples' market, and Hyapatia always draws renters and purchasers. She's excellent here.


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