The late, great, writer-director, and erotic cinema innovator Zalman King created the “Girls Love Sex” series for Sexart in the final phase of his career and life. Now Alis Locanta steps into King’s imposing shoes for his own interpretation of the master’s established format with “Ain’t Talkin’ ‘Bout Love,” the first installment of the “Girls Love Sex International” series. While the format doesn’t differ too greatly from the original, the film does have a distinctly European flavor.
Amarna Miller is the focus, star, and interview subject here. Seated on a couch she enthusiastically and candidly discusses her sexual history and her career as an erotic model. As the red-haired Spanish beauty grows more relaxed in the course of conversation she describes, in some detail, a relationship from her past. And when the memories of that intense and passionate entanglement overwhelm her with sensual recollections she terminates the interview and gives in to her erotic desires. What follows is an intimate, honest, sincere, and uninhibited episode of female autoeroticism.
By the time she has completely satisfied herself the viewer will be, likewise, completely satisfied, and will come away with a detailed and compelling impression of a beautiful young woman in her sexual prime. Honesty, intimacy, and explicit eroticism allow Alis Locanta’s “Ain’t Talkin’ ‘Bout Love” to speak a universally understood language.