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The Confessions of Nicole Riley

Released: Feb 01st, 2004
Running Time: 63
Director: Charles W
Company: BaileyDavis Productions
Cast: John (I), Nicole Riley, Nino (I), Nick (I)
Critical Rating: AAA
Genre: Feature

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SYNOPSIS

Moody tale about cheating; suggest to couples who have an apparently firm relationship. Not for everyone.

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Critical Rating: AAA

Sadness and melodrama prevail when the viewer realizes that this moody account was inspired by a true story - and it ends with a suicide.

Nicole Riley's better half returns home to find a "Dear John" letter in the form of some sort of diary, which details her exploits with other men and her psychological reason for cheating. Sympathy for them both turns to empathy as she goes her merry way indulging in unrestrained lust with others, as he eventually uses a bullet to end his angst.

A lot of work went into making this short video, but technically it has the feel of a college student's production effort. Although it does portray Riley in sexual mode with an insatiable appetite for lust, it just isn't a whack-off tape. The fine line between arousal and a perverse reason for arousal was crossed to the point where the viewer would, or should, feel guilty about being turned on.


 

Related Content:

BaileyDavis Productions
John (I)
Nicole Riley
Nino (I)
Nick (I)
Charles W

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