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USA 2005
produced by
Shanna McCullough for Cal Vista, Metro Studios
directed by D. Cypher
starring Katie Morgan, Violet Blue (= Noname Jane, Ada Mae Johnson), Charlie Laine, Candy Summers, Trina Michaels, Steven St.Croix, Herschel Savage, James Deen, Evan Stone, Eric Masterson, George Kaplan, Brian Why, Kris Knight
written by D. Cypher

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Until recently, Gary (Steven St Croix) was a happily married man: He had a wife, Helen (Katie Morgan), who loved him, a stepdaughter, Jenny (Candy Summers), he got along with remarkably well, a good job, a big house, and everything else. He also had the unshakeable feeling though that Helen cheated on him (with Evan Stone), though it a) wasn't true, and b) he didn't even have any indication for this.

Enter Lola (Violet Blue aka Noname Jane), a friend of Jenny's whom Jenny has invited to stay over for a couple of weeks. Lola is a bright and sexy young girl who has a Shakespeare-quopte ready for every occasion. She looks like the perfect good girl, but she knows about her Lolita-appearance and has actually turned to prostitution to finance her way through college, playing the naughty daughter for her well-payaing customers.

Gary is not stupid, he knows he will lose everything if he has sex with Lola (and gets caught), but sitting opposite her, looking into her inviting eyes, he just can't hold back and ...

Now Gary has lost everything, because yes, he was caught when shagging Lola (maybe he at least shouldn't have done it in his own house), and you can imagine what followed. And it wasn't even that Lola stayed with him afterwards, for her he was just another fuck, another guy who's into schoolgirls and whose fantasy she was able to fulfill.

Gary now makes a meagre living as a poolboy, but hey, there's noone saying pooboys don't get to shag schoolgirls, is there?


In case you wondered, this is a hardcore porn movie, but it also tries to work as an erotic drama - and at least in parts, it does, too: The film's plot is interesting and rather well-written, the characters are well-fleshed out, and for a change the actors are uniformly up to their tasks, acting-wise (not always a given in porn cinema).

All that said, though, the film is far from being the perfect piece of porn you have always been waiting for: Basically, the films non-linear storytelling doesn't really serve its impact, and the sex scenes (which are after all the film's main selling point) seem to have been thrown into the plot rather at random, without any narrative necessity, and sometimes even contrary to plot requirements. That said, at least all the girls are really hot ...

In all, a very watchable film, but it could have been much better.


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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