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Released: Oct 06th, 2009
Running Time: 82 Min.
Director: Marie Madison
Company: Maddy G Productions
Distribution Companies: Pulse
DVD Extras: None
Cast: Marie Madison, Mark Audess, Jenny Densuke, Jade Houston, David Hurley, Bradley Grace, John Michaels, D.J. (VI)
Critical Rating: AAAA
Like many girls in the Valley, Jenny Densuke had dreams of being a movie star, but the struggles of being a model in such a competitive industry was beginning to wear her down. So when her boyfriend David found her a gig in the small town of Erie, PA, Jenny took the leap of faith and got on a plane to begin the adventure of a lifetime as the new contract girl for amateur porn star Marie Madison. Featuring hot sex and hilarious hijinx, Regarding Jenny is the first adult feature in over a decade to star an Abyss Creations RealDoll in the lead roll.
You’ve heard about them, and probably even seen pictures. Lars and the Real Girl only took you so far in your quest for knowledge of what a RealDoll from Abyss Creations can do for you. God love the good folks at Maddy G Productions for answering that burning question in Regarding Jenny.
Jenny Densuke (the RealDoll) has left her man back in small-town Erie, Pa., for the bright lights and high fashion of the San Fernando Valley. To get her back, he lands her a contract with Maddy G Productions, forcing her to turn down a role in Remington Iron to be with her love. Hilarity and hi-jinks ensue when Jenny comes back to Erie and ends up doing it with everyone in the company. (And gets an offer to appear in CSI: Erie, too.)
Aside from showing you just how a RealDoll can be used for fun and satisfaction, the human cast of Regarding Jenny really show us that sex doesn’t need to be so serious, and neither does porn. Plain and simple, this movie is a little bizarre (they treat Jenny as if she is a real person), but still a lot of fun.
All around, Regarding Jenny is worth a look.