It's a tribute to David Aaron Clark's abilities as a feature maker when a tape where he himself is the sole male talent can still score in the upper reaches of the rating system.
And fact is, Midnight Angels 4, subtitled "Zen and the Art of Fellatio," is at least that good, due both to the native talents of the ladies, and Clark's excellent directorial, editing and camera skills. Midnight Angels 4 will definitely be a contender for a spot in Best Gonzo Tape on the next awards ballot, and possibly even Clark for Best Director.
It also stands a chance for placement on the Best Oral-Themed Tape roster, but despite its subtitle, this isn't just about blowjobs, though they figure heavily in the action. In fact, that subtitle is probably best exemplified by the first scene, which, between homilies apparently culled from some Zen text somewhere, petite Asiana delivers her oral ministrations as if she were performing a Japanese tea ceremony; that is, slowly and sensuously, giving recipient Clark (and everyone in the audience) plenty of time to savor each stroke, each lap of the tongue and each flick of Asiana's tongue piercing.
This whole tape is very much about mood, so there's little sense in going into too much detail about the action. Suffice to say that, for instance, little Kimmie Kahn (previously seen simply as Kimmie) is appropriately waif-like as she seeks shelter in Clark's movie studio cum warehouse, dressed only in bikini panties and a raincoat. A particularly nice touch is when she asks Clark his name, and he replies "Mister," so that's what she calls him throughout her solo on the glass coffee table, and her mouth and hand work on his cock.
Other stand-out scenes include Mika Tan's, with its b/w and sepia tone segments that work well with the bits of slo-mo camerawork, and newcomer Loni's, with its knife-play that includes rubbing the blade of the ornate weapon on her pussy lips, and ends with two cowgirl positions and mish on the floor. In fact, the only minor letdown is the middle scene, a domination play starring China Doll, but it's only a letdown in comparison to the artful work displayed in the other scenes; left on its own, most viewers would enjoy it immensely.