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Night Trips: A Dark Odyssey

Released Dec 17th, 2008
Running Time 63 Min.
Director Andrew Blake
Companies STUDIO A, Studio A Entertainment
DVD Extras Still Gallery(ies), Trailer(s)
Cast Otto Bauer, Sophia Santi, Paola Rey, Charlotte Stokely, Eric Swiss, Kelly Summer, Natasha Nice, Essi-X, Aaron Wilcox
Critical Rating AAAAA
Genre Feature

Rating

Synopsis

A woman is consumed with sex, goes to shrink for help.

Reviews

Andrew Blake revisits his first triumph 20 years later and finds new heat and visual excitement in the story of, basically, a very horny woman. In real life she might indeed be a sex addict in need of counseling. But on film, as embodied by Paola Rey, she is smolderingly erotic, a magnetic physical presence whose every movement conveys insatiable passion.

The Brazilian Rey is a natural Blake subject: lithe, long-legged, with natural breasts and long dark hair. The full nude body shots of her are extremely arousing. And sexually she is smoking hot — in some scenes, literally. She's one of the few women who can make inhaling a cigarette look sensual to a non-smoker.

Blake returns here to boy-girl sex scenes — three of them, all hot, especially Paola and Aaron Wilcox in a swimming pool. There is a thread of a story line (just as there was in the first Night Trips), but no dialogue and, thankfully, no dippy voice-overs. Paola, who seems to inhabit a variety of luxe locations, has all manner of sexual contact — with herself, with guys, with girls (including Sophia Santi in a scene that starts as a catfight).

At one point she makes her way to a psychoanalyst (Otto Bauer) who can't seem to find anything wrong with her. He has sex with her, as does a female filmmaker, played by the delectable Charlotte Stokely, a kind of Blake surrogate.

At the end we see Paola walking nude by a tree-lined stream, a simple natural setting that indicates she's come to some kind of peace with her sexual self.
    

 



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