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White Women

Released May 01st, 1986
Running Time 85
Director Henri Pachard
Company Coast To Coast Video
Cast Tom Byron, Stacy Donovan, Gina Carrera, Little Oral Annie, Ashley Moore, Paul Thomas, Pual Meadows, Danielle (I), Joey Silvera, Rhonda Jo Petty, Alan Adrian
Critical Rating AAA 1/2
Genre Feature

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Lovely blonde and blue-eyed Stacey Donovan, self-admittedly not the most exciting sexual-performer, turns in both the acting and sexual performance of her career as the virginal-type looking for her debut orgasm in Henri Pachard’s White Women.  This fast-moving, weird satire involves an array of horny characters, ranging from morose to good-natured to schizophrenic.

Donovan starts by offering herself to rock star Joey Silvera in the bathtub, in a sequence that ends up against the toilet. She visits one aunt, played by loony British wench Paula Meadows who, though sick to her stomach, demonstrates the art of orgasm with Paul Thomas.  Next stop… a New York rooftop, where foreplay begins with Stacey, Danielle and Ashley Moore.  A lesbian sequence (again on the toilet) with Danielle and Donovan leads to a very hot three-way when Moore joins in.

In a rare appearance, Little Oral Annie enters the picture, demonstrating her namesake and then taking it up the rear in the kitchen from Moore.  The crazy and steamy pairings continue like this throughout White Women, culminating in a hilarious dinner sequence.  In that scene, Donovan visits another aunt, Rhonda Jo Petty, who gets involved in a food fight with husband Alan Adrian.  The mess of food and sauce obviously turns these two on, as they screw right on the dinner table, on top of the food, while Stacey looks on in amazement, trying to explain to them how exciting her first orgasm was (thanks to Danielle).

White Women is more bizarre than it sounds, with good sex, a funny (but disjointed) script and excellent performances. The technical problems are few and far between, as director Pachard has taken what he probably would have shot on film in the past, on video instead.  And it couldn’t have worked out better in any other recorded format.  This is the way video should look!



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