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Nina Hartley's Guide to Multiple Orgasms

Released: Nov 01st, 2004
Running Time: 86
Director: Ernest Greene
Company: Adam & Eve Pictures
Cast: Nina Hartley, Layla Jade, Voodoo, Aria, Nicole Sheridan
Critical Rating: Not Yet Rated
Genre: Alternative

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Critical Rating: Not Yet Rated

Credit Nina Hartley for putting her best foot forward in a treacherous tightrope walk between being informative and erotic. Some may find the first 24 minutes reminiscent of those high school health class filmstrips. Others will appreciate Hartley's reverence for the psychological/biological machinations of the ever elusive multiple orgasm.

Hartley's lectures are enlightening and serve to heighten a sense of arousal, considering the payoff is hardcore enactment. The sex education genre often pasteurizes its points with soft-core simulations. Not Nina - she means business and intends to demonstrate her points. Following Aria's girl/girl illustration with Nina, Voodoo and Sheridan dumb down their carnal knowledge as an experimental couple to help us gain some knowledge.

One misstep is having grouped the instructional and the practical application (the hardcore sex) separately. A noteworthy bonus scene features Aurora Snow in a leftover interracial threesome.


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