The schmoes at New Sensations are hung up with an idée fixe concerning husbands who get off on having their wives make love to other guys. Though this notion flies in the face of logic and reality, it is the subject matter for hundreds of recent porn videos, including this particularly pointless one.
Primarily for budget reasons rather than dramatic ones, the husbands are missing in action here, as opposed to earlier releases featuring larger casts and non-sex roles for the cuckolds. They are poorly integrated into the vignettes' story lines by one-sided phone calls in which our pretty heroines take their marching orders.
Yes, even in the cloud-cuckoo land posited by New Sensations, the sexually omnivorous women are still under the thumb of their male betters. "Just following orders" may sound like a Nazi soldier's excuse but here it is the cop-out for women who cheat simply because hubby ordered them to.
The acting is poor and the nonexistent writing (no credit) likewise, particularly when British import Tina Kay hooks up with Mick Blue in a nonsensical opening segment. We are to believe that Tina never strayed, but now is glad to service big Mick with the big dick, on her spouse's say-so.
Olivia Austin is a ringer, usually cast in those "massive mounds" videos featuring escapees from either the Brazzers or DD Busty stable. She is given another big- dick stud, bearded Chad White, as a present from her husband to make up for some oversight on his part. Her reward: plenty of jizm on her breasts at the end of half an hour of humping.
An old/young favorite Selena Rose, who I frankly got sick of several years back when Digital Playground made way too many features starring her as a contract girl, is back with a new stage name Selena Santana, probably after an evening listening to "Black Magic Woman" too many times on her record player.
After giving the fans a reverse striptease, she also cheats for the very first time with Spanish stud Ramon Nomar, promising to tell all the juicy details to her husband in return. Perhaps the reversal of the premise behind all infidelity dramas, namely to hide the misstep from one's spouse now changed to mandatory full disclosure as some sort of odd turn-on, is the reason these features are so flat. Without the suspense of being found out, there is no tension, no surprise, no nothing.
Finale introduced me to a new name, and an odd one at that, in Pepper Xo, an unimpressive newcomer. She has a sexy voice and deep throats Toni Ribas, but shaped up as a flash in the pan in my book.
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