Denisa Heaven looks stunning in her white with black trim bra and panties, she strips and begins to tease herself with her red glass dildo.
A young couple – obviously and abundantly in the throes of a new romance – cavort at the seaside. Their attraction to each other is readily apparent and as obvious to onlookers as those onlookers are invisible to the couple. They only have eyes for one another and they’re intoxicated with the opportunity to share these playful moments.
The intensity increases as they kiss and caress in an elevator. Even as the elevator door opens and closes repeatedly they’re transported by love, unaware that they’ve arrived at their destination. But once they’re in the apartment, alone, in private, their love-play becomes more and more intense. For these lovers – portrayed by Denisa Heaven and Franck Franco — the joy and laughter of the beach is replaced by the deep breathing and pounding hearts of naked desire.
Now hunger takes over. Love mixes with lust. Shyness disappears and inhibitions evaporate in an instant. When sweet romance gives way to raw, animal passion, you know you’ve reached the “Turning Point.”
Denisa Heaven has caught her long term boyfriend Johny D cheating. The discovery has devastated her to the brink of emotional destruction. Denisa only has one place to turn, her best friend Iwia.
Denisa rushes to Iwia for emotional support and finds much more than she could have ever hoped for. They realize after all these years their love for each other runs more deeply than friends. They can’t wait to touch each other, and find themselves overwhelmed with passion and desire to make love to one another, in Need You.
If the title of this film calls to mind romantic picnics in sun-washed meadows or lovers frolicking in the sand and surf, you’re to be excused — those answers are perfectly fitting, but the subject of “Summertime” is more subtle than that, and even more sultry. Written, photographed, directed, and edited by a woman — Jocelyn Joplin — “Summertime” explores the complex emotions and passionate connection two lovers share one quiet summer afternoon.
The longing and anticipation can be clearly seen on Denisa Heaven’s face as she waits anxiously for Lein Lewis to arrive. Their reunion is warm, but it starts off slowly. There is wine, there are exchanged glances, smiles, small talk, and routine conversation. But, after a separation, their mutual longing is clearly present. And it builds, gradually, until it cannot be contained. Desire, attraction, love and lust soon cause the temperature to rise and the passion to explode in “Summertime.”