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The Candidate

The Candidate

Released Jan 25th, 2017
Running Time 138 Min.
Director Dana Vespoli
Company Sweetheart Video
Distribution Company Mile High Media
DVD Extras Behind the Scenes, Still Gallery(ies), Trailer(s)
Cast Karlie Montana, Julia Ann, Brandi Love, Bree Daniels, Penny Pax, Casey Calvert, Uma Jolie, Lyra Law, Kira Noir
Non-Sex Roles Dana Vespoli, Alec Knight, Brock Doom
Critical Rating AAA 1/2
Genres All-Girl, Drama



Democratic Senator Jen Hanlon is poised to become the first woman president of the United States, until a scandal erupts that could potentially destroy her entire political career. Her opponent, Republican senator Trip Mathis, will stop at nothing to see Jen fall from grace, unaware that his tactics will bring forth a horrible tragedy.


Alec Knight and Brandi Love portray competing presidential candidates in a seriously political bout that includes politics as usual intermixed with plenty of lesbian play.

First to munch carpet are Penny Pax and Casey Calvert, showing that the possible future first daughter prefers the softer sex. Not that Calvert is soft; her sex drive goes beyond her slender, tight physique.

Candidate Love, in the right place at the right time, saves students from a fire and in doing so endears herself to the adoring populace—and voters. She celebrates with some pussy-grinding with Julia Ann, but a tape leaked to the press from her college years of a lesbian threesome with Kira Noir and Lyra Law nearly derails her course.

Overall, the girl/girl sex is appropriate and suitable for the storyline. Director Dana Vespoli evolves this into a political melodrama that leads to betrayal, death and the first female gay president. While the plot may tend to drag a bit and dwell on political issues, everything about this release was obviously made with care and an attention to detail. This is especially due a viewing by fans of lesbians and politics alike.

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