Wild Innocence (1992)

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Teenage runaway (Shayla) takes a job in a young couples house, frames the wife (Celeste) for adultery and, with a friend (Patricia Kennedy), seduces the husband.


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28 July 2016 | lor_
A star is born in a mediocre vehicle
I had trouble recognizing the resemblance, but the great star Shayla LaVeaux is spotlighted in this poor Paul Norman feature as just Shayla, beginning a career that would pick up steam when her last name arrived.

It's a great cast for a junker as pal Alexis De Vell shares the front line and the great Celeste brings up the rear, her inevitable fu*k-buddy Woody Long also present. Opening scene has Woody taking Celeste from behind, a good way to get XXX rolling.

Shayla is watching them have at it, establishing her dual nature: looking innocent but actually wild. She masturbates and ends up seducing the Woodman, talking dirty to him.

Episodic feature has a trio of girls swimming, for some lesbian action showcasing Patricia Kennedy and Alexis De Vell. Example of Norman's lack of creativity is a scene where Steve Drake arrives as a TV repairman, pops in a porno tape to test the set (that sounds like a good idea, if slightly unprofessional), and then humps Celeste. Shayla photographs them in action, as part of a blackmail subplot.

Next filler has Shayla humping Kennedy outdoors, with Woody joining in for a threesome, leading to Patricia experiencing anal sex.

Guest star E.Z. Ryder offers Shayla a ride, of course, and she admits to being just 19. He gets to hump her and the non-film ends with a "To Be Continued..." threat.

Norman routinely shot 2-part features during this period which IMDb duly lists, but only partial listing of the sequel "Wild in Motion" is there, co-starring Bionca, I don't' think it has been reissued on DVD.

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Adult | Drama | Romance

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English


Country of Origin

USA