Milena D is a young, playful nubile with a very naughty streak. Wearing a pretty white lace dress and white ankle socks she displays the look of innocence. Standing against her white headboard she spreads her legs to expose her young, smooth pantiless pussy.
A teenage delight.
The sky is overcast, leaden. A bitter wind blows through the bleak, wintry landscape. Aiko Bell, her face a mask of grief and melancholy, walks, alone in the chill. Alyssa Reece, in voice-over, expresses concern for her grieving friend. Reece wants to help comfort and console, but Bell’s sadness keeps her walled-off and at a distance. But finally that wall comes down. Then, inside and in a warm, intimate setting, that distance is diminished. A falling tear is replaced by a tentative kiss. A comforting cuddle becomes a loving caress. And slowly, minute by minute, Bell’s mood lifts.
The couple embrace, and their emotional love is expressed in a beautiful, physical, manner. Reece, in her second Sexart feature, initiated this contact, and takes the lead, moving between Bell’s legs and delicately and deftly bringing her to the sweet release of orgasm. Aiko Bell, a first-timer at Sexart, is willing and eager to repay the favor, and uses fingers and tongue to do exactly that. We never learn what has been so troubling to Bell, but by the end of “Faith” her depression has been washed away by the healing power of love, affection, and erotic ecstasy. Can loving sex mend a broken heart? See for yourself in “Faith.”
Even though his characters are well established, and even though the story line has been well defined, Alis Locanta’s “The Writer” series continues to twist, turn, and surprise. In the eighth installment, “The Writer – Formar Palabras,” a new player, Sophie Lynx, makes her entrance. In headliner Luna’s constantly evolving narrative, Lynx is paired with Luna’s lover, portrayed by Franck Franco, and their relationship is anything but typical. Here the motivations are overwhelming attraction as well as the hunger for new, unconventional experiences.
In two scenes that toy and experiment with notions of bondage, domination, and submission, the couple suck, eat, and fuck each other with heightened abandoned. And, true to previous episodes in the series, Luna’s own sex life amplifies and reflects the action unfolding in her fictional works in progress. This finds her not only masturbating with feverish intensity but also engaging in exceptionally powerful bouts of lesbian sex with her lover/neighbor, the ever-intriguing, ever-insatiable Whitney Conroy.
Fans of the series as well as newcomers will find both satisfaction and surprises aplenty in “The Writer – Formar Palabras.”
The two stars of Don Caravaggio’s “Stay Sweet” make a fine pair by virtue of their similarities as well as their differences. Both performers share somewhat similar physiques – small breasts, ripe asses, long legs – but where Lorena B has dark hair and a bronze complexion, Tracy Lindsey is a blonde and cream-skinned. Adding a further bit of subtle contrast, Lorena brings a knowing maturity to her role while Tracy retains an endearing hint of innocence.
The film, which takes place in a generously proportioned and luxuriously appointed bathroom and adjoining shower stall, unfolds at a relaxed pace and allows the chemistry between to two lovers work its magic without rushing. The lighting is soft and warm, the camera moves gently and unobtrusively, and the performers take their time while savoring each other with equal portions of love, tenderness, and passion. Much time is spent simply kissing and caressing. And when the pair is ready for more they move into the shower where they take turns pleasuring each other as water plays across their beautiful bodies. Two extremely appealing stars and an artful balance of tenderness and passion make “Stay Sweet” a tempting erotic treat.