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A Day Without a Tranny 2

Released: Jun 16th, 2008
Running Time: 140 Min.
Director: Uncredited
Companies: Macho Man Video, Legend Video
Distribution Companies: Legend Video
Cast: Andrey, Others, Hilda Brasil, Gleyce Kelle, Kenzo Khan, Allessandra Leite, Paulo Galvao, Rafaela Ninfeta, Heruss Max
Critical Rating: AA 1/2
Genre: Trans

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Critical Rating: AA 1/2

It's too bad the back box cover on this release tells so many lies, because it's not a bad little tranny porn snack. Regardless of what the box claims, this is not a DVD with a behind the scenes featurette or a photo gallery — and not only are there no sub-chapters, there are no chapters. It's phone sex ads and video; nothing more.

This is especially unfortunate because the disc contains some nice moments. Settings are invariably attractive and performers are often well paired, with a couple of scenes including genuine chemistry sizzle. The trans performers range from feminine sounding but sporting an Adam's Apple to womanly but moaning in classic Brazilian tranny style to tit-less but absolutely delightful.

Genuine mutual attraction and refreshing examples of sexual playfulness and affection add value — broken promises detract.

Retailing: Charming Brazilian trans fare, but not all it claims to be.  


Related Content:

Legend Video
Macho Man Video
Legend Video
Hilda Brasil
Gleyce Kelle
Kenzo Khan
Allessandra Leite
Paulo Galvao
Rafaela Ninfeta
Heruss Max


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