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Released: Oct 01st, 2003
Running Time: 86
Company: Cal Vista
Distribution Companies: Metro Distribution
Cast: Alana Evans, Celine Maxima, Richard Kranium, Malorie Marx, Honey (I), Katie Morgan, Mandy Malone, Brittney Skye, Becca Bratt, Rafe, Nikko Night
Critical Rating: AAAA
The \"cheating\" scenario is a red herring, so recommend to couples.
Co-workers Katie Morgan and Nikko Night recount their affairs while having sex in Night's office. Night thinks his wife is having an affair, he tells Morgan as she blows him. "Women have affairs too," Morgan tells Night as he fucks her on the desk. Morgan tells Night about a supply-closet g/g boff with a temp, which we see, and also of finding a videotape of her boyfriend cheating on her, describing it while Night gets turned on even more. By the time he Pocket Rockets the girl's clit ("What is that? I've never seen anything like that before.") the viewer is turned on as well in a scene that makes the most of first-person camerawork. Morgan suggests that Night plant a camera in his house, and then Night comes across Morgan's face.
Night plants the camera, and it catches his wife (Alana Evans) with Rafe in a compromising position - but she spots the camera, and really gives it a show. And then she plants a camera of her own, so when three girls from the local community college come by to sell cookies and thank him with a "cookie dance" (naked, with toys and audience participation) she's got something to show him when he confronts her with The Rafe Tape. A major spite-fuck follows. Or is it? After Night pops, he kisses Evans and says "Cookie girls? How did you ever think of that?"
"It just came to me," she grins.
"It's not so much the cheating that's exciting, it's the getting caught," he agrees.
"The hidden camera was brilliant," she says to him, and then there's a fade to him watching another tape he shot, with two girls.
Soft-focus film-look video is highlighted by creative angles and excellent editing. Morgan, as usual, grabs attention with her expressive face and Betty Boop voice. Pre-nom for supporting actress.