Lily Cade is a solid director in the Sapphic division of Adult Cinema, slaving away with little recognition beyond her immediate sphere of influence. (Evidence of this is the lack of any project exploiting her resemblance to the late Carrie Fisher, now I suppose any such offering would be in poor taste.)
This treatment of the IR theme has inventive moments, lifting it out of the Lesbian Video doldrums that have resulted from so many thousands of of features in that genre having been released of late.
The four vignettes have some interesting casting, perhaps teaming Ela Darling and Nikki Darling (couldn't have been just coincidence) intriguing me the most. Nikki is styled ultra-punk here with a hairdo that Skin Diamond might envy, but her casting is against that type, playing the very mannish styled husband in a lesbian newlyweds segment opposite girly Ela. Replete with strap-on dildo action, it's a satisfyingly idiosyncratic look by Cade at the results of the recent legalization of Gay Marriage in these pre-Trumpian United States.
Other pairings unite a very familiar porn face with a novice: Aaliyanh Love humping obscuro Lotus Lain (latter saddled with endless fetish credits for material no one will ever see per IMDb) while stunning Sophia Fiore has talented older character porn actress Daisy Layne -who gave a very fine performance in Cade's "Infidelity: a Love Story".
Cade plunges into the show herself for the threesome finale, portraying a gung-ho still photographer having Black starlet Ivy Sherwood undress for a photo shoot, only to be joined by her better half Misty Stone for an indulgent 3-way.
Cade's in-your-face approach to the genre may not please all the fans, but I like her balance of arousing XXX content and some food for thought.
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