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Krystal Therapy

Released: Sep 01st, 2006
Running Time: 87
Director: Barry Wood
Company: Club Jenna
Distribution Companies: Vivid Entertainment Group
Cast: Rita Faltoyano, McKenzie Lee, Eric Masterson, Damian (I), Melissa Lauren, Evan Stone, Dani Woodward, Jay (I), Jack Venice, Marcus London, Vincent Vega, Holly Wellin, Katie Morgan, Reno, Byron Long, Manuel Ferrara, Krystal Steal, Ashton Moore, Steven St. Croix, Tyler Knight
Critical Rating: AAAA
Genre: All-Sex

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Critical Rating: AAAA

Krystal Steal commands this trippy, flashy ClubJenna ride with verve, playing a shrink who faces off against her own inner sex demon in examination of who's more fucked up, her or her patients.

The most memorable scene certainly is the nine-person orgy that ends with Steal taking a near-bukkake's-worth of loads on her chest. But they're all nice viewing, as are the quasi-futuristic set design by Melissa Monet and the snazzy editing by Johnny 5.

Pre-noms: Best Editing (Johnny 5), Best Art Direction (Melissa Monet), Best Group Scene (Steal, Faltoyano, Wellin, Ferrara, Damian, Venice, Vega, Jay, Masterson).

Retailing: Cheaper than seeing a real therapist, and Krystal is way hotter.


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Rita Faltoyano
McKenzie Lee
Eric Masterson
Damian (I)
Melissa Lauren
Evan Stone
Dani Woodward
Jay (I)
Jack Venice
Marcus London
Vincent Vega
Holly Wellin
Katie Morgan
Byron Long
Manuel Ferrara
Krystal Steal
Ashton Moore
Steven St. Croix
Tyler Knight
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