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Photo Flesh

Released: Jul 01st, 1984
Running Time: 90
Director: Hal Freeman
Company: Hollywood Video
Cast: Susan Hart, Raven (I), Rosemarie, Ginger Lynn, Danice Rhae, Eric Edwards
Critical Rating: AAA
Genre: Film

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Critical Rating: AAA

I am genuinely concerned for Eric Edwards’ health!  If poor Eric keeps getting paired off with the “incredible sex machine,” Ginger Lynn, he will only be good for another 600 films in the next two years.  In Photo Flesh director Hal Freeman sticks with the incredible, winning combination of Edwards and Lynn that he first introduced us to in his previous film, Slumber Party.  Ginger absolutely devours Eric in the opening scene and comes back for sloppy seconds in Photo Flesh’s exciting final scene.

As in all of Freeman’s films, Photo Flesh features glorious wall-to-wall sex with lots of wet shots and s a suspect plot.  While it’s easy to criticize Photo Flesh’s storyline, the sex is among the best I’ve ever seen.  When it comes to creating erotic sex scenes, this director is at the top of his profession.  If he would only put a little energy into plot development, he would certainly be a major force in all aspects of adult filmmaking, instead of just in the sexual arena.


 

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Danice Rhae
Susan Hart
Rosemarie
Ginger Lynn
Eric Edwards
Raven (I)
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