Synopsis: Although he has countless technical, creative, and stylistic tools at his disposal, director Alis Locanta can also craft an engaging narrative with a minimal number of ingredients. In his lesbian love story “I’ve Been Missing U,” the title serves as the script and the simple statement provides all the direction the film’s stars – Anissa Kate and Ariel Rebel – need in the way of motivation and character development. The film begins on a distinctly retro note, with a subtly blurred celluloid image and a nonspecifically nostalgic soundtrack. And with one kiss and an erotically charged embrace the sense of sexual longing and desire is made apparent. The subsequent action is simplicity itself.
Anissa and Ariel sit facing one another on an upholstered bench. They are both topless and wearing panties. While not precisely opposites, the two women are distinctly different types. Anissa, statuesque, bosomy, with black hair and a bronze complexion stands in contrast to diminutive, delicate, pale and petite Ariel. Their striking visual differences may help explain their attraction for one another, but their sexual hunger is abundant and quite equally matched.
Bathed in the light of a sun hanging low in the afternoon sky, they make love – Anissa tends to Ariel first, and then the roles are reversed, with equally satisfying results. In a stylized epilogue Anissa takes the role of dominant Amazon and administers a spanking to eagerly submissive Ariel, adding a touch of erotic complexity to the simple pleasures of “I’ve Been Missing U.”