|Released||May 09th, 2016|
|Running Time||180 Min.|
|Directors||Stills by Alan, Bree Mills|
|Distribution Company||Girlfriends Films, Inc.|
|DVD Extras||Behind the Scenes, Interviews, Still Gallery(ies), Trailer(s)|
|Cast||Mia Malkova, A.J. Applegate, Adriana Chechik, Samantha Rone, Karla Kush, Cassidy Klein|
“We have identified a new candidate for Project Straight Arrow. Go to 767 Hetero Lane and successfully recruit subject 20.” From the time said message is read, from a hidden phone retrieved by Agent X (Cassidy Klein), the action doesn’t stop. The origin story for Girlsway’s incredibly popular release The Turning, this feature is a must-see for anyone versed in its predecessor and those who are even simply interested in the all-girl blockbuster. From a sleepy tornado-struck Kansas town, there is heat rising from the lesbian-espionage agency MANTIS, and the story is almost as fun to watch as the sex ... almost!
Agent X gets pretty creative with subject 20, aka Karla Kush. Acting as a reality show producer offering to fix Kush’s damaged property, the imaginary TV network will only do this for a lesbian or gay couple. Sadly, the girl Kush is living with is her stepsister. But fear not! Kush is more than willing to pretend to be gay for the chance to get her twister-riddled home back to new condition. Seriously, she does whatever it takes, and it doesn’t take too much convincing before she’s scissoring with the beautiful, convincing Klein. Eventually her stepsister, A.J. Applegate, has to be brought in on the act, and she receives it with open arms and legs and mouth.
Moving the story along, six months go by and the lesbian outbreak is controlled by the trusty government and the un-turning agency AWAL. Obviously MANTIS has something else in mind, and when Mia Malkova is preparing to play the role of Adriana Chechik’s character, who lived the real-life horror of monster lesbianism, she discovers an ability she’s gained from this girl/girl virus that allows her to read the minds of the women around her.
Any good story should stay somewhat mysterious, but the epic battle between AWAL and MANTIS is not far off from real life. With a satiric approach to homophobia, there are plenty of chuckles between orgasms. An all-star cast and genuine chemistry help move the over-the-top story along. Klein shines in her scenes, with both her acting and sexuality proving top-notch. Whether the conservative, anti-lesbian organization or MANTIS prevails, the performers and the viewers are the real winners, and Girlsway cums out on top.