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.