Released: Mar 01st, 2005
Running Time: 133
Director: Paul Thomas
Company: Vivid Entertainment Group
Cast: Katie Morgan, Jordan Haze, Nick Manning, Evan Stone, Savanna Samson, Delilah Stone, Steven St. Croix, Roxy Jezel, Joel Lawrence, Tyce Bune, Sunrise Adams, Haley Paige, Briana Banks
Critical Rating: AAA
It's got three Vivid Girls in it.
This well-scripted feature penned by Raven Touchstone showcases some of the sloppiest, choppiest editing this reviewer has ever seen in a Paul Thomas feature, with flubs such as Briana Banks suggesting an off-camera person should spread their ass cheeks instead of her if they didn't like how the scene was progressing, footage of performers obviously receiving off-camera direction and a crew member absent-mindedly wandering into frame during a Sunrise Adams/Steven St.Croix pairing - all left in as-is. The amazing lack of care this shows is just horridly wasteful, given the potential that this production had with the strength of the cast.
The story revolves around a couple (Banks and St. Croix) who host an old-fashioned '70s-style swinging key party. All the couples present learn more about their relationships and themselves as a result of fucking other people. A strong Savanna Samson/Joel Lawrence/Nick Manning threeway is undoubtedly the best of show here, given how damaged the overall production is. Tyce Bune and Katie Morgan do an excellent job in supporting roles as a May/December couple on the rocks.
Pre-nom the Samson threeway for Best Group Scene - Film and the script for Best Screenplay.