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Adoration

Adoration

Released Jul 17th, 2018
Running Time 121 Min.
Director Dana Vespoli
Company Sweetheart Video
Distribution Company Mile High Media
DVD Extras Behind the Scenes, Still Gallery(ies)
Cast Dana Vespoli, Cherie DeVille, Scarlett Sage, Eliza Jane, Ivy Wolfe, Isabella Nice
Critical Rating AAAA 1/2
Genres All-Girl, Drama

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Synopsis

When businesswoman Cherie DeVille reunites with her former lover Dana after almost a decade, a lot has changed. Both women have teenage daughters, and both have gone on to have successful careers. But while both women attempt to pick up where they left off, the problems that they struggled with in the past resurface, only now their daughters realize that they have a stake in their mothers' relationship as well. Cherie's daughter Ivy is a wide-eyed bohemian who admires Dana's artwork, while Dana's daughter Isabella resents what she perceives as her mother's feigned free-spritedness, and empathizes with what Cherie has endured. Will Cherie and Dana find a way to stay together, or will their daughters pull them apart forever? Starring Cherie DeVille, Dana Vespoli, Ivy Wolfe and Isabella Nice. Also featuring Eliza Jane and Scarlett Sage.

Reviews

Fans of Sweetheart Video are quite familiar with the lesbian studio’s round-robin style of storytelling, with older and younger women taking turns with bedroom explorations. In this all-girl drama, director Dana Vespoli turns the formula into a finely observed character study in which she plays the pivotal role.

Vespoli’s self-titled character, Dana, has invited college chum Cherie (Cherie DeVille) and her daughter (Ivy Wolfe) out to Los Angeles. It’s immediately apparent that Dana and Cherie are more than friends. Dana’s happy to rekindle the flame after basically ghosting Cherie, but she doesn’t want to deal with any messy emotions. As daughter Izzy (Isabella Nice) puts it, Dana is “emotionally unavailable.” But she’s also irresistible to both Cherie and Ivy.

The dialogue scenes here feel spontaneous and natural, and the sex scenes offer a lot of variety, ranging from mature passion between Vespoli and DeVille to a girlish, giggle-laden reenactment of Izzy’s first brush with lesbian sex (a drunken hookup between Scarlett Sage and Eliza Jane). Vespoli works wonders with a small cast, limited locations and a bare-bones script to create a fully-fledged drama with emotional resonance.



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