The word brings to mind a range of images and situations. It might be the heady and intoxicating early days of a budding relationship, it could also refer to mellow and seasoned connection between two lovers after many years together, and it certainly could apply to one person’s attempts to woo and seduce a partner. But in the sense that director Andrej Lupin employs it, “Romance” is the succinct and utterly perfect description of the relationship his two gifted stars are so deeply involved in. As the film begins the encounter is already underway. Framed in tight close up, Anna Rose and Lucy Li face one another, lingering, savoring the sweet moments before their lips meet.
An updated arrangement of Beethoven’s “Moonlight Sonata” ads a rich moodiness, and also mirrors the pace and tempo of the action. Love hangs heavy in this room, the yearning anticipation is nearly palpable, and the desire these two truly stunning women feel for each other will not be denied. While Lupin’s lens occasionally pulls back to provide context, for most of “Romance” it’s in close, so close it’s almost a third participant in the interlude, yet it is never obtrusive – instead it puts the viewer in the space. The texture of warm skin, the loving look in glittering eyes, a throbbing nipple, a flicking tongue, a long hank of lustrous hair – every physical detail of these stunning performers is rendered with eye-pleasing detail and painterly style. And the power of the connection, the love, the passion, the hunger, and the pleasure they give, take, and share is conveyed masterfully to the viewer.
Anna Rose and Lucy Li are perfectly cast. Similar in some ways, starkly different in others, each immerses herself so completely in the role, in the moment, in the scene, that they lose themselves in each other even as they transcend the line between acting and sharing a lush, vivid, and passionate experience. Welcome to a world of exquisite emotion and eroticism, welcome to “Romance.”
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.
Intimacy and sincerity are two of the key ingredients in Andrej Lupin’s ode to romance, “With Love.” Raven-haired Lucy Li stands in the bathroom performing that most mundane of tasks, brushing her teeth. Her lover, William Zeff, watches, entranced, from the hallway before stepping into the room and joining the object of his affection. The mood is casual, relaxed, just another day of cohabitational bliss. But Zeff can’t keep his hands off of Li, and once she’s done brushing, she warms to his advances. Soon he’s on his knees making love to Lucy with his mouth and tongue. Scooping her up in his arms he then carries her to the comfort of a sofa in the living room, and here the central act of love in “With Love” takes place.
The scene – the entire film, in fact – flows at a natural, spontaneous pace, and the on-camera chemistry the twosome display lends an irresistible air of romance to the proceedings. And proceed, they do. After warming up with kisses and caressing, Lucy gets on all fours and William enters her from behind. The couple transition effortlessly into several sexual positions, each yielding additional and rapidly accumulating pleasure. Then, on her back after experiencing her own vocal climax, Li grabs Zeff’s erection and strokes it until he ejaculates explosively on her stunningly voluptuous body. In the shower, afterwards, the besotted and generous beau strokes Lucy’s lather-lubed slit and clit to a final climax. “With Love”? Absolutely. But also with tenderness, passion, affection, intensity, and pure joy.
Unfinished drinks from the previous night sit on the bedside table. A couple, asleep in a well-rumpled bed, are awakened by a ringing phone. Still groggy, he takes the call while she pads around the room getting dressed to leave. But before she can retrieve her panties he pleads and cajoles – with little resistance, she agrees to stay. She is Lucy Li, black-haired, cream-skinned, voluptuous, and beautifully busty. He is Kristof Cale, cool, confident, and eager to pick up where the lovers left off the previous night.
Li is no less eager, and she relishes the task of sucking Cale to throbbing stiffness. She then straddles his face and plants her pussy on his mouth. Both suitably primed, the tryst proceeds at the relaxed, unhurried pace the early hour dictates – these two performers, at ease and completely comfortable together, perfectly create the mood and tempo of “morning after” lovemaking.
Andrej Lupin’s “FLY” presents a romantic morning tumble – with an unexpected twist – that is a spontaneous, natural, evocative, and extremely satisfying experience.
“You Win” is director Andrej Lupin’s 108th Sexart HD erotic feature film. That impressive statistic speaks not just to his high productivity, but also to his versatility. While Lupin’s films are of a uniformly high quality, they’re far from uniform in style, subject, or presentation. “You Win” is notable for its intimacy, its playful qualities, a strong undercurrent of romance, its slow build-up, and its hard-and-fast finish.
Busty and voluptuous Lucy Li makes her Sexart debut here, opposite Matt Ice. The couple are enjoying a friendly game of cards, a variation on strip poker. Although Ice plays the winning hand, there are no losers in this game, and the spoils of victory are shared equally by both players. As Li arches her hips off the mattress Ice moves between her legs and satisfies his hunger and her desire simultaneously. The pace is leisurely — this bout of foreplay is enjoyed fully by both participants and they savor every moment.
Ice does eventually mount Li, first on her back, then on her belly, screwing her with steadily increasing intensity. There’s a pause during which Li lavishes Ice with some oral delight, then they embrace in a variation of the classic cowgirl position, and finally the loving couple transition to missionary for a fevered and explosive finish. She wins, he wins, and director Lupin delivers another winner with “You Win.”