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Devon Stripped

Released: Sep 01st, 2002
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Director: Nic Andrews
Company: Digital Playground
Cast: Ginger Snaps, Monica Mayhem, Devon (I), Ginger Lynn, Nic Andrews, Anthony Crane, Daniella Rush, Monica Sweetheart, Danny Wallace, Holly Hollywood, Herschel Savage, Nakita Kash, Mike Adam, Tod Hunter, Lea DeMae
Critical Rating: AAAA 1/2
Genre: Feature

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Critical Rating: AAAA 1/2

With an Editor's Choice for the video release of Devon Stripped, Digital Playground gets a second for the title's DVD.

The movie's transfer maintains the slightly grainy, film-like feel director Nic Andrews had originally shot the feature in, and also stays true to the soft focus he used throughout the video. The audio of the disc is up to the same quality, with the soundtrack accentuated by Dolby 5.1 surround.

Extras included on the disc, particularly the behind the scenes footage, is interesting for fans of the feature, including the casting video showing Monica Sweetheart reading for the lead role of Annette, and Devon's reading. The behind the scenes footage is entertaining, though it lacks the sort of meat for a movie in the league of Stripped.


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