Fetish supermodel Dita serves as Andrew Blake's cinematic obsession in this latest masterpiece, with key themes such as fetish fashions and a broad range of sexual fantasies, all focusing on the female experience of them.
Dita dominates the screen with powerful eroticism, and stands as the perfect replacement for former Blake supermodel Dahlia Gray. Anita Blond, one of Europe's most exotic and beautiful adult models, likewise infuses her own sensuality to create some breathtaking moments. Inari Vachs, the only woman to have sex with a man in this film, is at her very best.
Blake devotes just the right amount of time to each shot (pre-nom for Best Editing-Film) and explores the bodies, faces and eyes of his subjects with thrilling results (pre-nom for Best Cinematography).
The digital 5.1 surround sound is a major plus considering the role of music (original score by Raoul Valve) in Blake's films. The recurring theme of "Ave Maria" is simply mind-blowing when accompanying these goddesses on screen.