|Released||Jun 03rd, 2016|
|Running Time||151 Min.|
|Directors||Stills by Alan, Bree Mills|
|Distribution Company||Girlfriends Films, Inc.|
|DVD Extras||Behind the Scenes, Interviews, Still Gallery(ies), Trailer(s)|
|Cast||Karlie Montana, Cassidy Klein, Karla Kush, August Ames, Sara Luvv, Riley Reid, Allie Haze, Kendra James, Reena Sky, Kenna James|
The latest fem-fucking feature from Girlsway, featuring familiar faces and the continuing story of the nation in a state of desperation since the Normalcy Act to rid itself of the evil lesbian plague, Missing: A Lesbian Crime Story has everything that Girlsway fans have come to know and love. Part horror, part thriller, all killer lesbian sex and clever satire—buckle up, it’s gonna be a munchy ride.
Cindy, played by Sara Luvv, escapes to the deserted Lesbo Lane with her tutor, Karlie Montana. In an attempt to be alone and satiate each other’s illegal desires, Montana ends up the latest victim of abduction as Luvv helplessly watches from inside the car. With AWAL (Association of Women Against Lesbians) running the media circuit, Lara Bradford, played by Riley Reid, finds herself aching for the big break of her journalism career with an issue that is near and dear to her own lesbian heart, especially after the organization was to blame for her descent in the first place. Tired of headlines full of cats, she opts to follow a different pussy story when the increasing number of missing ladies piques her interest. Of course, this is only after her beautiful girlfriend, Karla Kush, manages to distract her from the horrors of the oppressive outside world by making her cum a few times in their living room.
Kendra James returns, playing Anita Sharp, the epitome of a villain. As she interrupts Reid and Kush, she happens to give Reid the chance to rise back up in her industry, at the cost of exposing MANTIS. Reid is desperate to change her own story and accepts James’ offer, but has no idea what it’s going to cost her.
As Reid dives into the files, she uncovers names and patterns that lead her to Cindy’s home. She needs to get to the bottom of the mystery in order to help herself and find out why these women are going missing. She stumbles upon some of Cindy’s teenage hiding spots, transitioning into a beautiful outdoor flashback of Cindy and her tutor learning each other’s bodies, as Reid pleasures herself to the journal-smut as well. Once the orgasms clear, Reid begins to realize the women being abducted all have one very serious thing in common and is curious to find out why a pro-lesbian organization like MANTIS would be kidnapping their own affiliates. When news hits that Cassidy Klein, a secret MANTIS agent, has also gone missing, Reid’s suspicions peak and she has to dive deeper ... into the story and into Klein’s sister, which involves sucking the poison out. She ends up at the mercy of Dr. Haze (as in Allie), a conversion therapist who specializes in mind-fucking. Haze is an expert in other fucking as well, as demonstrated in a hallucinogenic three-way between herself, Reid and Kush.
Reid is becoming part of her own story, not knowing what is true and who to trust. In desperation, she reaches out to Sharp, the last person she thought she could turn to. In a political twist of power, she stumbles upon a den of the missing women and the answers to all of the questions she has been asking—but the answers are not at all what she expected, and the means of extracting them are just as deep and dirty as the web she has woven herself into.
This feature does an impeccable job of seamlessly moving story through sex, keeping all of the tribadism heavy with heat and applicable dialogue. Every encounter is punctuated with energy and desire, and the roles, as well as the holes, are perfectly filled. The men in bit parts are always kept at a face-safe distance, so the focus is only on the female cast members. With romantic romps, three-ways, group sex and fem-dom scenarios, the amount of variety is wonderful, and the sex acts aren’t the only noteworthy elements. Every woman brings her A-game, and this two-disc set once again raises the Girlsway bar.