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Rope Sluts

Released: Apr 01st, 2004
Running Time: 72
Director: Bip
Company: B&D Pleasures
Cast: Lolita (I), Talia Monet, Christa Faust
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Genre: Specialty

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SYNOPSIS

Will simultaneously satisfy fans of bondage and the uninitiated.

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Critical Rating: AAA 1/2

The haunting classical music permeating the soundtrack during the opening scene sets a sinister tone. Lolita lays helpless, tied into a human pretzel, squirming helplessly. Enter Mistress Zelda (Christa Faust), a well-spoken all together sinister dominatrix. Lolita doesn't seem much interested in being untied so much as she wishes to please Mistress Zelda. Through the course of this sprawling opening scene (40 minutes) - Lolita is hoisted and contorted into positions through a variety of riggings that would make a sheep-shanking sailor proud.

The second rope slut is Talia Monet, a feisty brunette infinitely more interested in being free. This power-struggle leads to some intense close-pin administration up and down her pussy lips. She yelps plaintively as her clit is fastened extra tight.

The tape wraps up with Lolita bound to a showerhead being drenched in cold water. Overall an enjoyably experience, thanks to Mistress Faust's dead-on performance(?) and the appeal of her two slaves.


 

Related Content:

B&D Pleasures
Lolita (I)
Talia Monet
Christa Faust
Bip

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