RSM's account of our big Vegas weekend in 2002 (told from the black perspective behind the doors of a booked hotel) is light on polish and heavy on close-up, impromptu intercourse. Besides Dappa Don's title track "Hush," there is little musical soundtracking or any other post-production frill. What you get – seven scenes of sex split with tradeshow snippets – is gritty, direct and glistening wet.
Five years ago, starlets Black Cat, Kitten, and Skyy were reasonably sought-after; and their inclusion here is a strong selling point. However, then-newcomer Ménage (who's still around today), steals the show, turning in a fun, lighthearted performance.
Pre-nom for Best Ethnic-Themed Release – Black.
Retailing: Everyone loves to Ménage!