|Released||Jan 25th, 2010|
|Running Time||94 Min.|
|Director||Lee Roy Myers|
|DVD Extras||Behind the Scenes, Dolby Digital, Fetish Menus, Still Gallery(ies), Trailer(s)|
|Cast||Lexi Belle, Tori Black, Johnny Castle, Danny Mountain, Rocco Reed, Jasmine Delaton|
|Critical Rating||AAAA 1/2|
Emily's husband Brian passed away two years ago, but she has not been able to move on with her life. She is still haunted by his ghost—she sees him watching her, she hears him calling her, and she feels him inside of her. Emily is tormented by An Eternal Love. But when a surprise visit is made by handsome British musician Tom and Emily's friends Sasha and Bobby, passion is sparked and Emily's life heats up. Will Brian's ghost reappear and hinder Emily's chance with a new flame?
An Eternal Love marks the first in New Sensations’ new Romance line, and we hope the inaugural release is a sign of things to come.
Designed specifically with women in mind, the plot and action are the perfect blend between soft and hardcore, and features beautiful talent both female and male.
Tori Black as Emily, the woman mourning her dead husband Brian (Rocco Reed), sees her lover everywhere, especially in her dreams when he comes to touch her, caress her and make love to her.
Emily is unable to move on from these haunting dreams, however, until her best friends Sasha (Lexi Belle), Bobby (Johnny Castle) and Mimi (Jasmine Delaton) surprise her with a visit and guest: Tommy (Danny Mountain), who has also lost a true love.
The script is solid, and the camerawork and lighting are softer, which definitely appeals to women. But the success of the movie is in the sex scenes, which are almost tender at times and are more about lust, passion and desire than they are about straight fucking. Don’t misunderstand: The sex scenes are incredibly hot, particularly the pairing of Black and Mountain for the finale.
In addition to her stellar sexual performance, which helped her win the 2010 Female Performer of the Year title at the 27th annual AVN Awards, Black’s acting in An Eternal Love deserves recognition as well. She is believable as a woman tormented by what she's lost and unsure about how to move on. Happily, Black is really beginning to blossom as a real star, and this movie truly showcases that talent.