21 June 2017 | lor_
Posing and humping, nothing more
With still photographer Laurent Sky/Laurent Skrzynecki directing we get a poor Alektra Blue vehicle for Wicked that consists merely of models posing for a still photographer and then humped by male models or (he wishes!) the still photographer.
Since she's the ostensible star (as a Wicked contract girl earning her keep), Alektra gets two scenes, one a lesbian encounter with contrasting blonde Brynn Tyler. Poor casting has the other girls looking a lot like "get me an Alektra Blue type", notably Madelyn Marie cut from such similar cloth. They might as well just had Blue in every scene, as is frequently done in these showcase videos.
Sky has zero imagination, with each stand-alone vignette veering towards seeming identical to the last, as gals pose on the same set (re-dressed a bit), stare at the camera directly, have some stud wonder in to hump them, and the audience gets random black and white (as processed) footage for a semblance of variety. The studs are all the usual suspects circa 2010. There's no dialog, just pantomime.
Only point of interest during the entire throwaway DVD is the theme music at the opening, heavy-rock that reminded me of Methodic Doubt's memorable opening used for each episode of Cinemax's classic "Banshee" series. I guess great minds think alike.