Casting is close to everything, especially in Porn where the fans demand the most beautiful, erotic, whatever every time out. This time Digital Sin and it house director/cameraman Eddie Powell strike out by picking a set of no-namers who are not especially appealing to front this effort. (By contrast, the usual lengthy vignettes appended as Bonus Scenes on the DVD taken from earlier releases in the "Sister's Big Tits" series have far more alluring femmes.)
The BTS interview short subject reveals that these unknown actresses hail from the South, plus one local girl, and they have typical histories of being introduced to the Adult business, or meat-grinder if you prefer. It's a tough racket, and clearly none of the far have potential to graduate to star status.
I found the most appealing to be Maryjane Mayhem, her ill-chosen stage name hardly suggesting the girl next door she presents on screen: beautiful natural breasts, but plain of visage. Worse yet, in the BTS interview she is completely inexpressive, answering questions as if a female variation on Joaquin Phoenix's legendary cold-fish, noncommunicative appearances once upon a time on the Letterman TV show.
Noelle Easton is the most familiar of the four gals, but I was quite disappointed in that her big breasts were rather normal-sized here compared to an earlier video she made for Kelly Madison titled "Young and Blossomed Vol. 1" where they were huge! Could the young actress have gone for breast-reduction surgery a la "Modern Family" star Ariel Winter? Oh, the horror!
As for Dillion Carter and Molly Jane, they are strictly ho-hum in both looks and acting. All four models put up with the usual cast of studs, but the results are far from exciting. Highpoint for me (which is damning), is a few brief seconds in Vignette #4 of Chad White waving goodbye to his parents (not shown) at the oval-paned doors of the "Immoral Proposal" mansion, my favorite porn location, then running upstairs to eagerly hump his sister Mayhem while the folks are out. This ongoing incestuous relationship is leavened by that "step" siblings gimmick, but it's made clear that they are digging the incest aspect just like the audience is supposed to.
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