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Memoirs of a Modern Day Geisha

Released: Aug 01st, 2006
Running Time: 115
Director: Jennifer James
Company: VCA Pictures
Cast: Annie Cruz, Kaiya Lynn, Nyomi Zen, Tommy Gunn, Lana Croft, Kyle Stone (I), Rod Fontana, Mika Tan, Nick Manning
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Genre: Feature

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Critical Rating: AAA 1/2

Kaiya plays a nerdy, goody-two-shoes, who works for her father in the family business. Dad's got a gambling problem, and Kaiya is forced (by Dad's sworn enemy, played enjoyably by Rod Fontana) to follow in her mother's footsteps as a Geisha. The gorgeous Mika Tan plays her naughty, bad-girl friend. There's even a secret crush thrown in for good effect.

It all looks pretty lush, with appropriate settings and pretty decent sex all around. However, the action is often obscured, opting instead for softcore imagery, which at times breaks the flow. Additionally, persistent music overshadows the action, also dampening the heat.

Tan's tumble with Tommy Gunn is an energetic bout of name calling and hard fucking, and it's the best scene here. Kaiya does cum prettily, however, while getting fucked and rubbing her clit, her nipples hard and aching. Yum. And her turn with Nick Manning in the closer is pretty sweet.

Retailing: Story-driven porn for couples and fans of the talent.


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Annie Cruz
Kaiya Lynn
Nyomi Zen
Tommy Gunn
Lana Croft
Kyle Stone (I)
Rod Fontana
Mika Tan
Nick Manning
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