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Forbidden Cherries

Released: Apr 01st, 2006
Running Time: 109
Company: Playhouse Platinum
Distribution Companies: Metro Distributors
Cast: Mili Jay, Sweet Claudia, Jackie (I), Kirsty, Dorina (I), Claudia (VII) (Czech), Mya Diamond, Janet (I), Others
Critical Rating: AAA
Genre: All-Sex

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Critical Rating: AAA

Why oh why would any editor cut off a simmering, passionate blonde-on-blonde lesbian scene mid dildo fuck to cut to a tepid jackhammer pounding? We didn't know either, but that was the final impression left after it happened twice in this European release from Playhouse Platinum.

Excellent camerawork shows off some mouth-watering bodies, but the editing is so jumpy and moves things along so quickly that no heat is allowed to build. The locations are awesome, but the performances are ultimately drained of energy.

Two lesbian scenes are just getting going, the vibrators and dildos are good to go, the girls are into each other, Daisy Dukes pulled to one side and the heat just starting to rise when the editor cuts to another drab fuck duo. Janet gives deep and studied head in her opener, but it's Jackie and Kirsty's, or Sweet Claudia and Dorina's, fondling of each other that would have stolen the show if given the chance.

Retailing: For your European releases.


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Metro Distributors
Playhouse Platinum
Mya Diamond
Mili Jay
Sweet Claudia
Dorina (I)
Janet (I)
Jackie (I)
Claudia (VII) (Czech)


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