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  • Perhaps envious of Rocco Siffredi, Rocco Reed tried his hand at directing a video with this substandard Penthouse release. He also appears in the cast so maybe he added writing-directing for free, the correct price in this case.

    Title is utterly meaningless, as we're presented with five vignettes based in a flower shop around St. Valentine's Day time. Even this simple-minded set-up is handled contradictorily, as sometimes It's Reed's shop, but starts off with her voice-over narration added as co-star Nikki Benz's shop.

    All this as an excuse for routine, by-the-numbers positions (one can almost hear Reed calling them out as coach to his cast) for sex. Obligatory lesbian scene has Allie Haze buying a last-minute gift for her lover Dana DeArmond, and in a bit of utter silliness Reed sells her what looks like a basketball with flowers sticking out of it.

    Final vignette has Rocco the director putting Rocco the stud to work, servicing a hard-up for a date Gracie Glam. This was made by a new crew, not the traditional Penthouse staff working for Kelly Holland, and it is visually inferior.