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Escape From Carpathia

Escape From Carpathia

Released May 01st, 2000
Running Time 87
Director Ralph Parfait
Company Vivid Entertainment Group
Cast Sylvia Florent, Lajos Raschau, Horst Blackanbauer, Julian (I), Emese Longley, Eva Blond, Julian (II), Maria Schauss, Valentino (I), Diana Prigley, Diana Ruskoff, Attile Royal
Critical Rating Not Yet Rated
Genre Film



Blond is the selling point, and between her and Julian, the couples should lap this one up.


It takes some time for this movie to get rolling, but once the Princess (Eva Blond) shows up, the heat level zooms skyward like a V2.

Seems Blond is a captive of her own royalty.  The servants in her castle home treat her like a prisoner; all, that is, except Sylvia Florent, who engages in a little girl/girl caressing early on, and finishes the scene with tongue and dildos in the film's finale.

But Blond, a native Hungarian, does a truly excellent job as the frustrated virgin princess whom we first meet when she catches sight, from her tower window, of a young couple in the garden below engaging in some tit-licking (which encourages Eva to rub her own breasts) and leads to hot anal horsie action.  Her smoldering sensuality, which can be seen in nearly every shot, and her eventual outcry of exasperation at not being allowed to experience anything of life and love, is enough to gardner her a Best Actress pre-nom.

Blond's sexual performance is nothing to snear at, either.  When she orders a maid to change clothes with her so she can sneak out, who should she run into but Valentino, who fucks her frontward, backward and upward -- no anal, though -- before she lets him cum on her tits.  But when Valentino seems to be forcing his attention on her, Julian runs to the rescue -- and is rewarded with a long teasing strip, and even longer and super-hot cowgirl ride, some mish, doggie and a cumshot to her chest.

Almost needless to say, the film is beautifully shot, by director/ace cameraman Ralph Parfait, who seems, in this nearly all-Euro production with a sheaf of unknowns, to have turned a proverbial sow's ear into a silk purse.

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