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Julia Roca – Lost in a Dream Volume 7

Synopsis: Alis Locanta’s single girl masturbation series “Lost in a Dream” is both popular and highly rated, and the format could no doubt be revisited long into the future with similarly satisfying results. And that’s enough reason for this restless and inventive director to take his project in a distinctly new direction with “Lost in a Dream #7.” This is also a new direction for the film’s star, Julia Roca. As noted, previous episodes of the series have been single girl features, and Roca’s four previous Sexart appearances have been in girl-girl films.

Here she’s the Dreamer character of previous installments. But, for the first time ever, the Dreamer conjures a partner in her dream, Joel Tomas, making this the first boy-girl film in the collection as well as Roca’s first boy-girl scene for Sexart. And, make no mistake, this is a bravura performance for the dark-eyed siren. True to form, the film shifts from the sleeping Dreamer to the visions playing out in her dreams. And, following the unique, nonlinear logic of the subconscious, Roca’s dream is segmented, consisting of three separate encounters. In the first, Roca and Tomas are relaxing poolside when she’s suddenly inspired to ravenously suck and furiously stroke his cock until her breasts are smeared with semen. In the second segment Roca and Tomas kiss and caress with vigorous passion before Tomas eats Roca’s pussy to an extremely vocal and expressive orgasm.

As the Dreamer’s own autoerotic activities increase in intensity the third segment is an absolutely searing screw, devoid of frills or foreplay, and filled with pumping, pounding, grinding, and Roca’s unrestrained, animalistic, and ecstatic expressions of raw sexual desire and overwhelming pleasure. “Lost in a Dream #7″ ends with two tantalizing extras – Roca is simply stunning in the high fashion epilog that runs under the credits, and sharp eyed viewers will surely wonder: where, when, and why was she sleeping in that non sequitur of a setting?

Alexa Tomas – Possessione 2

Synopsis: It’s been nearly a year since Alis Locanta released “Possessione” and fans of the original are certain to be pleased with the sequel, “Possessione 2.” Here the subject matter, the style, and even the leading man remain the same, but now Alexa Tomas takes on the role of submissive to Franck Franco’s dominant. And Locanta sets the story in motion with the same clever mix of the sinister with the sweet, the ominous with the innocent, the rough with the tender. After a dark and disquieting introduction (enhanced by a foreboding soundtrack) we’re given several different views of Alexa and Franck’s relationship.

They’re in love, they’re impulsive and spontaneous, and after Alexa makes a not so subtle suggestion, they’re obviously open to experimentation and erotic adventure. Without revealing too much detail – and robbing the viewer of the thrill of discovery – it’s safe to say that “Possession 2″ is about power – relinquishing it, utilizing it, and ultimately sharing it. Alexa has chosen her role not only willingly, but eagerly. Franck uses his power not to threaten, but to create pleasure – for himself, to be sure, but for his tethered partner in equal measure.

Here the master and the slave derive the same delight from the ritual they partake in – both the possessor and the possessed achieve a similarly elevated level of arousal, and, in the end, the same level or orgasmic pleasure at the very same time. And as they kiss and hold hands in the aftermath it’s made abundantly clear that “Possession 2″ is only superficially about power, and almost entirely about the pleasures that can be achieved through unconventional means.

Lexie Dona & Uma – Above

Synopsis: Much of Andrej Lupin’s “Above” is captured by a camera positioned high above the performers. The film begins with a slow tracking shot that establishes the vertiginous camera placement with masterful elegance. Later on the airborne camera takes a curvilinear path, swooping, spinning and swerving with balletic grace above the two earthbound players below. But style without substance never fully satisfies, and that’s where the impassioned performances of Uma Zex and Lexie Dona come in.

A perfect pairing of light and dark, Uma and Lexie kiss tenderly and with rapidly increasing passion on an L-shaped sofa. Intimate, ground level close-ups capture the powerful natural attraction between the two women. Uma takes the lead, helping Lexie out of her nightie and then deftly and methodically stroking, licking, and finger-banging her to several distinct peaks of ecstasy. When it’s time for Lexie to reciprocate, she does so eagerly, enthusiastically, and with obvious enjoyment — the smile on Lexie’s face as she slides her long, agile tongue through Uma’s juicy slit and across her clit is one of many special moments here.

The two radiant stars reach their final climaxes of the encounter with Uma astride Lexie in a sixty-nine, eating while being eaten, fingering while being fingered, and basking in shared and simultaneous orgasm. Beautiful visuals and thrilling performances make “Above” a lusty and lofty erotic/artistic achievement.

Lady Dee & Lucy Li – Petrin

Synopsis: Andrej Lupin’s erotic film “Petrin” presents two distinct kinds of love: the artist’s love of his home, Prague in the Czech Republic, and the love shared by two beautiful women. “Petrin” takes its name from a hill in the center of Prague and as the film begins Lady Dee arrives for a rendezvous with Lucy Li.

They ride a funicular railway to the top of the hill, wander through beautiful gardens, climb to the top of a lookout tower where they gaze at the beauty of the city spread out at their feet, and visit various attractions, including a hall of mirrors. The beauty of the setting and scenery is the perfect backdrop to the obvious affection between the two dark-haired starlets. Then the film transitions to a far more intimate, but equally evocative, location – an oversized spa tub in which the two lovers, now totally nude, share a leisurely and romantic interlude. Kissing tenderly, they bathe each other and savor the privacy and serenity of their surroundings.

Love soon gives way to lust, however, and Lucy strokes, eats, and fingers Lady Dee to a strong climax. With a bit of direction from the more assertive Li, Lady Dee then pleasures her voluptuous partner, ultimately bringing her to a powerful orgasm. This beautiful interlude reaches its conclusion as the lovers playfully splash each other with water, ending “Petrin” on a sweet, stylish, and satisfying note.

Anissa Kate – Inside Couple

Synopsis: Erotic performers are used to “baring it all,” it’s a basic requirement of their chosen profession. But people who work in the nude and perform the most intimate and personal activities for the pleasure of a viewing audience are real people with private lives and stories they rarely share with the general public. This second edition of Alis Locanta’s “Inside Couple” takes us inside the lives of Anissa Kate and her real life lover, Franck Franco. She is French and a relative newcomer to Sexart with only one feature to her credit prior to this one. Franco, a Spaniard, is a prolific Sexart veteran with two dozen performances under his belt.

Each performer is interviewed individually, in his or her own native tongue, at the start of the film, and then they retire to the comfort and (relative) privacy of a bedroom to consummate their relationship once more. It’s a particularly engaging format, and the information and insight provided by the interviews gives added weight and impact to the lovemaking that follows. As Locanta’s camera glides through the space the couple kiss, Anissa’s lingerie is removed revealing her stupendously shapely body, Franck feasts on her succulent flesh, she treats him to a drawn-out suck session, and they fuck in two variations of the cowgirl position.

While there’s no mistaking this for spontaneous sex, there’s a natural affection and romantic connection that takes it well beyond a choreographed encounter, and the simultaneous orgasm they ultimately share is as powerful as it is genuine. What these two appealing performers reveal during “Inside Couple – Anissa & Franck” is a privilege and pleasure to witness.

Mango A & Tracy Lindsay – Memento – Third Act

Synopsis: Alis Locanta’s enigmatic and evocative “Memento” series reaches its conclusion with “Third Act,” but those who have seen the first two episodes will not be surprised to learn that the words “the end” can mean different things to different people. In structure, style, and content “Memento – Third Act” is definitely the third piece of the puzzle – Mango A continues to muse and meditate on love, lust, and relationships from her past, but ambiguity and uncertainty are the rules, not the exception – critics, students, and scholars will find much to interpret, analyze, and examine here. As in the first two installments, a relationship from Mango’s past is coming to an end. Here her lover is Tracy Lindsay, and it’s made achingly clear that this relationship has lost its balance.

Power shifts unpredictably. Passion soars and resentment festers. Desire sparks, ignites, flares brightly, and then burns out in an instant. Love turns to distain, attraction to repulsion, fire into ice. And as they struggle with the insurmountable dysfunction that surrounds them, Mango and Lindsay collide in two back-to-back couplings. In the first, Mango is dominant, employing skill and calculation, seasoned with real passion, to bring Lindsay to an explosive orgasm.

But afterglow is fleeting, pleasure passes quickly, and love is unrequited. Later on, still obviously injured, Mango remains dominant, but this time as the recipient of Tracy’s attentions. When orgasm hits, it hits hard – but not hard enough to heal, repair, or unbreak that which is hopelessly damaged. But there is hope. As day turns to night a subtle change is visible.
For Mango A the past is the past, captured in the three acts of “Memento.”
The future, however, has yet to be written.

Bella Blond – What Happens When – Episode 3

Synopsis: Set against the backdrop of a raucous house party, Andrej Lupin’s “What Happens When” series has, thus far, focused on seemingly impromptu, spontaneous hook-ups. In “What Happens When – Episode 3,” however, the mood and emphasis take a turn for the romantic, with no sacrifice in passion or intensity. Surrounded by revelers, Bella Blond and Nick Wolanski chat briefly and then exit the chaos and cacophony of the party. Soon they are alone in the quiet and serenity of a bedroom and their attention is completely focused on each other.

Here the mood is relaxed, leisurely, and one gets the sense that Bella and Nick are an established couple, as at ease and familiar with one another as they are in love. They kiss tenderly, lovingly, savoring the peace and their privacy. While Nick makes love to Bella’s pussy with his mouth his eyes remain locked on hers, underscoring their connection. And after Nick has delivered Bella to a particularly intense peak of pleasure she returns the attention, once more maintaining near-constant eye-contact while she sucks his cock and balls expertly. Somewhat more demonstrative, and unquestionably more expressive, Blond is assertive, if not dominant, as the couple begins to fuck. Straddling her partner, her panties pulled to one side, she inserts him in her pussy then sets the pace as they fuck in several positions until she’s moaning and writhing with orgasmic ecstasy and her pale skin is glazed from exertion.

Only after Bella has climaxed does Nick unleash his inner beast, pumping with abandon and then letting his lady milk him of his essence. It may be titled “What Happens When,” but the variety and intensity of the first three episodes of this sizzling series will have the viewer wondering: what happens next.

Chloe Amour & Layla Sin – Something Else That I Have To Survive

Synopsis: From its cryptic title to its ominous, almost sinister epilogue, Alis Locanta’s “Something Else That I Have To Survive” is wrapped in a thin veneer of mystery, but the actual content of the film – a heated bout of Latin-flavored lesbianism – is simple, straight-forward, sizzling, and satisfying. Layla Sin and Chloe Amour lounge on a bed munching on salty snacks and sipping soda pop as they recount recent events in their lives.

The mood here is giddy, girlish, and cheerful, with subjects ranging from hot guys to beauty pageants. But then, suddenly serious, Sin declares: “I don’t know what I would do without you.” That heart-felt pronouncement opens the door and sexual love immediately makes its entrance. After peeling off Sin’s skin-tight jeans Amour uses her long, delicate fingers and agile tongue to penetrate and tease Layla to vocal peaks of pleasure. And after she’s regained her composure, Sin eagerly repays the debt, first licking and probing Amour from the front, then moving behind her and reaching around until her partner has reached orgasm.

The casting here is particularly appealing – though each is distinctly appealing in her own right, Amour and Sin are surprisingly similar in outward appearance. Exotically beautiful, with long dark hair, dark eyes, and lean, shapely, long-limbed bodies, this striking visual pairing is a major reason that “Something Else That I Have To Survive” is really something to savor.

Lola Reve – Don’t Forget Me

Synopsis: Alis Locanta’s “Don’t Forget Me” has a simple and concise subtitle: “a story about love.” In the opening moments of the film the stars – Lola Reve and Franck Franco – give the romantic theme real life with little more than exchanged glances, shared smiles, and loving looks as they walk along the seashore. After the title sequence concludes their love continues to blossom in the comfortable confines of their bedroom.

The chemistry that animates these lovers is abundant – the look in Reve’s glittering green eyes, and the smile on her lips as she admires her beau are as loving as they are lively, and the lovemaking that begins shortly thereafter is a thrilling mix of genuine affection, passion, and romance. Franco throws himself, face first, down on Reve, and it’s impossible to detect who is enjoying the oral sex more, the giver or the recipient. And that same quality is present when Reve gives an extended and skillful blowjob to her lover, sometimes using only her mouth, sometimes only her hand, and maintaining the erotic/romantic connection with prolonged and loving eye-contact with her partner.

The fucking that follows the foreplay continues in the same romantic/passionate spirit – they don’t linger or extend the experience, nor do they rush, there’s a perfectly natural pace to the proceedings. It begins in missionary, with Reve craning her graceful neck to view the pumping insertion; transitions to the spoon, with Reve adding a bit of self-stimulation as her arousal rapidly escalates; and finishes, almost ferociously, in reverse cowgirl, as Lola reaches a vocal orgasm, and then deftly brings Franck to a spurting finish. A final flirtatious segment features Reve posing and teasing in a wet micro-bikini and ends “Don’t Forget Me” on a memorable note.

Amarna Miller & Tracy Lindsay – Slippery When Wet

The two stars of Alis Locanta’s “Slippery When Wet,” Amarna Miller and Tracy Lindsay, make a striking and appealing couple. Miller’s vivid scarlet hair contrasts pleasingly with Lindsay’s blonde tresses, as do their complexions, the former creamily pale, the latter subtly sun-kissed. And they’ve got a genuine on-screen chemistry – in the opening sequence of the film they run hand-in-hand through an unanticipated rainstorm and their joy at sharing the experience is abundant and sincere. Their affection and mutual attraction isn’t diminished when they’ve stripped out of their wet clothes in the privacy of their shared flat.

Standing nude in the shower they kiss with passionate, playful hunger as the temperature in the glass-walled space begins to rise. An unexpected twist – not to be revealed here – adds fuel to the erotic flames as the two beauties savor the process of pleasuring one another. Miller is the first to reach orgasm thanks to Lindsay’s concentrated and deft ministrations, and when Amarna brings Tracy ecstasy it hits exquisitely hard, sending thrills coursing through her temptingly toned body. In the afterglow the twosome kiss and share the beauty of the moment with each other, and the viewer. Locanta ends his film with a short and stylish sequence featuring yet another sultry surprise that makes “Slippery When Wet” a most welcome bit wilder.

Kiara Lord – My City My Love

Kiara Lord, the star of “My City My Love” introduces the story in a voice-over narration as she walks the street of a picturesque seaside Spanish city. She has moved her, she explains, from Russia, and being all alone in a new place, no matter how beautiful or inviting, can be a lonely experience. But one day, while strolling the oceanfront promenade, she catches the eye of a passing stranger, Matt Ice. In that instant loneliness turns to love, and the rest of the film presents their courtship and the eventual consummation of their romantic relationship.

Director Andrej Lupin employs an unobtrusive style throughout the film — whether Lord and Ice are wandering through crowds of vacationing tourists, stealing a kiss, or in the throes of ecstasy, the focus is on the performers, not the filmmaker’s (considerable) technical prowess. And the performers, each charming and appealing as individuals, bring a palpable sincerity to their roles. It’s easy to see how they’d fall for one another, and it’s a pleasure to watch them flirt, play, tease, and enjoy each other in such a genuine, spontaneous, and entirely natural way.

When they do finally make love it is something they’re both clearly savoring. They’re in the moment, enjoying every second, sharing through touch, emotion, and eye-contact, and pulling the viewer into this intimate interlude with them. While the film is vividly explicit, the abundant heat in “My City My Love” is generated by the unaffected, unfeigned, entirely believable romantic connection these two gifted performers display here. “My City My Love” is the perfect belated Valentine’s Day treat — share it with someone you love.

Agatha & Silvie Luca – The Road Goes On 2

Sexart’s Alis Locanta released his original “The Road Goes On” in the middle of 2013. Now he revives the title, but “The Road Goes On Two” isn’t precisely a sequel, a more accurate description might be “variation on a theme.” When we first meet the stars – Agatha and Silvie Luca – they’re walking along a sunny lane, rucksacks on their backs, and obviously looking for a particular address.

When they find the house, and enter thanks to the hidden key that was waiting for them, the mood is energetically romantic. Wide-eyed at the beauty and luxury of their getaway location, they kiss repeatedly inside, and then outside in the backyard as they drink in the ocean view. In the bedroom their love, affection, and desire for each other takes flight. The two lithe, slender beauties, both topless and wearing panties, kiss in the warm afternoon light that fills the intimate space. And then they set to satisfying each other in earnest.

This isn’t a typical “you do me and then I’ll do you” encounter, there’s a fluid, spontaneous give and take that allows the lovers to flow seamlessly from one position to another, from one peak of pleasure to the next, the role of giver and receiver shifting as arousal and desire mingle and mesh. By the time “The Road Goes On 2″ reaches its conclusion each participant has experienced her own ecstasy, as well as a final simultaneous climax, and then an unexpected and bittersweet coda adds complexity and depth to an already thoroughly engaging cinematic experience.