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Squirm, Bitch, Squirm

Released: Aug 01st, 2006
Running Time: 55
Director: Bip
Company: London Enterprises
Cast: Jewell Marceau, Talia Monet, D?Arby, Darling
Critical Rating: AAA
Genre: Specialty

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Critical Rating: AAA

D?Arby violates one of the most basic bondage safety rules when she meets up with seductive and rope focused Talia Monet. Not only does she go to the sexy and obsessed woman's home, she lets her tie her up in a most unconventional manner. On the other hand, Monet did set her trap by allowing her pretty new friend hog-tie her early in their date.

Through an initially confusing series of unrelated scenes, viewers come to learn that Monet has done this before and, in fact, has herself rather a nice collection of bound and helpless beauties attached to at least one hand rail and a padded table.

Dialogue between this spider and fly combo is insightful and well-delivered, giving the scenario a feeling of authenticity. D?Arby proves to be a bondage switch capable of very sexy topping, and Darling proves wonderfully pathetic when she begs – but all of the non-D?arby/Monet footage feels tacked on.

Retailing: Lovers of creative bondage will overlook everything else with ease.


 

Related Content:

London Enterprises
Jewell Marceau
Talia Monet
D?Arby
Darling
Bip

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