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Rings of Passion

Released: Dec 01st, 2005
Running Time: 67
Director: Willie Creps
Company: Video-X-Pix
Cast: Clair Starlove, Johnny Wadd Holmes, Phil Garde, Monica Tite, Peter Hand, Veronica Pink, Larry Games, Tyler Reynolds, Julie Holmes, Nancy Dare
Critical Rating: AAA
Genre: Golden Age

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Critical Rating: AAA

Three female friends have serious man troubles. Neither Clair nor Julie can get their husbands to put out anymore, and unmarried Monica is in love with boyfriend Johnny Wadd, but completely intimidated by the size of his cock.

Sexually disinterested Phil repeatedly becomes angry when his pretty wife asks for some nookie. Eventually, at the end of her sexual rope, she seeks solace first on Wadd's dick and then with her equally frustrated but more Sapphically experienced friend. By title end, the reason for their husbands' lack of enthusiasm is revealed.

Although the acting is often less than impressive, editing is sometimes abrupt and video quality often shadowy. The inclusion of both female and male bisexuality/homosexuality adds interest to this sadly romantic tale of couples growing apart and trapped in their silences and denial.

Retailing: The inclusion of John Holmes and homosexuality give this golden oldie added interest to aficionados.


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Larry Games
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Johnny Wadd Holmes
Julie Holmes
Veronica Pink
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