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T-Girl Fantasies 5

Released: Nov 01st, 2004
Running Time: 90
Director: Bob (I)
Company: BTG Entertainment
Cast: Carmen (I), Camilla de Castro, Carol (II) (Trans), Giselle (I), Bruno (I), Brida, Paul Carrigan, Keyle, Others
Critical Rating: AAA
Genre: Specialty

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A worthwhile recommendation for those ravenous for good-looking, Brazilian trannies.

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Critical Rating: AAA

Bob has traveled to Brazil, where they grow some of the most succulent trans girls on the planet. Sadly, their beauty is not fully communicated since the pacing and camera work isn't quite as hot as they are.

Camilla de Castro is lovely and completely passable while dressed, although still a bit boyish in the body once nude. She runs her fingers through her hair and entices viewers into a Jacuzzi and then onto a bed, where she tops a male admirer. Brida and Carol wear chiffon babydolls and make good use of a large bed. Carmen and Keyle like Paul Carrigan's beach boy muscles and introduce him to the love muscles that they've been keeping equally fit. Bob introduces fat lipped and languid eyed Giselle, who then takes forever to prepare a sandwich before hopping up on the kitchen counter, masturbating, and placing her dick between the slices of sandwich bread.

There are five minutes worth of sometimes artsy bonus footage.


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Carmen (I)
Giselle (I)
Bruno (I)
Paul Carrigan
Camilla de Castro
Carol (II) (Trans)
Bob (I)


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