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All models were at least 18 years old at the time of their performance. 18 U.S.C. 2257 Record-Keeping Requirements Compliance Statement.
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Mindgames

Released Jul 01st, 1995
Running Time 81
Director Wesley Emerson
Company Immaculate Video Conceptions
Cast Dave Hardman, Tyffany Million, P.J. Sparxx, Sarah Jane Hamilton, Jon Dough, Valeria (I), Ritchie Razor, Stacey Nichols
Critical Rating AAA 1/2
Genre Feature

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Few performers are able to combine successfully a real edge and a real sexuality; fewer still can convey the edge outside the sex scenes. Perennial fan fave, frequent awards nominee and winner Tyffany Million can do it all. Here it's her own booze-soaked mind that plays games on her; that, and the unbridled sex that surrounds her in the tiny office she's rented to write a book.

Tyf seduces hubby Jon Dough into agreeing to spring for the rent by a steamy morning seduction. She submits to fabulous face-fucking that segues into a fierce carnal coupling. With the aid of a huge clit-mauling vibe, she hits a screaming orgasm - stunning stuff.

Bombarded by the sounds of sex reaching her through the air vent in her office, Tyffany witnesses a sensational hallway tryst between landlord Dave Hardman and Valeria. This is incredible stuff -- standing oral sex, relentless pussy pounding, and heart-stopping anal -- a nominations-worthy scene.

Overheating a psychotherapy session, Tyf flashes back to a college clit-hump with Sarah-Jane Hamilton. The oft-proclaimed attraction between these two babes is in full flower here, with Sarah-Jane squirting all over the place. Add a couple of wicked threeways centered on the newly-bustier Stacey Nichols, and you have a formula that drives Tyffany over the edge, and you into ecstasy.

As befits the subject matter, the shoot is a bit dark and claustrophobic, but impeccable direction, camerawork and production values add up to intensity. Excellent packaging, too. Tyffany's company, Immaculate Video Conceptions, doesn't produce too many features, but it's become a reliable marquee of quality.



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