Released: Aug 31st, 2010
Running Time: 126 Min.
Director: Melissa Monet
Company: Girlfriends Films, Inc.
DVD Extras: None
Cast: Celeste Star, Lux Kassidy, Julia Ann, Dyanna Lauren, Hayden Night, Andy San Dimas, Lily LaBeau, Zoe Voss
Critical Rating: AAA
Genre: All-Girl, Feature
To Protect and to Serve: Volume 1 opens in the midst of a sexy undercover operation, as Detective Lux Kassidy frisks jewel thief Zoe Voss, discovering the most valued treasure is between Zoe's legs. Meanwhile, Julia Ann, a detective with an impeccable record, receives a promotion and a new partner ... Lux. A heated domestic squabble between ex-lovers Celeste Star and Lily LaBeau turns into a passionate make-up session. Their own screams of pleasure mask the possible murder next door, but when Celeste sees a body dragged to a car, she calls the police. Julia Ann, Lux and new officer Hayden Night must quickly learn to work as a team if they are going to solve the scandalous case of lesbian sex and murder.
Lesbian cops right all the wrongs in Thornhill and get laid in this Melissa Monet-directed all-girl feature. The pace is way too slow to get into the storyline that much, and it’s a bit hard to follow at the start. Detectives Julia Ann and Lux Kassidy along with new police academy graduate Hayden Night are going after murder suspect Dyanna Lauren.
Night is new to girls and gets initiated into the Sapphic swing of things by fellow cop Andy San Dimas. The scene is appropriately tentative and slow, with San Dimas taking the lead. The camerawork is a little too shaky in places during their romp, and why exactly the decision was made to have the two have sex on a distractingly creaky leather couch is beyond this reviewer. Regardless, San Dimas’ orgasms are as gorgeous to watch as ever in this scene.
Julia Ann and Dyanna Lauren are two all-time top notch performers, and there aren't that many scenes they have actually appeared in together, which is kinda odd given their mutual history as Vivid contract performers. Fans of both will be happy with their poolside playtime, but it’s a bit too casual—Lauren and Ann giggle and laugh way too much to keep most interested.