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Dog Walker (1994)

X | | Adult, Crime, Drama | Video 1994
Tito gets into trouble with the mafia and is cornered in a dark alley where a gun is pointed at him. In the few seconds before his certain death his world becomes a surreal, psychological landscape of sex and evil.

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Christina Angel ...
Dog Walker
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Tito
Krysti Lynn ...
Tito's Wife
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Loretta
Lana Sands ...
Girl #1
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Girl #2 (as Maeva)
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Tito's Friend
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Tito's Boss
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Fortune Teller
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Danny
Gerry Pike ...
Pimp
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Desert Man
Alex Sanders ...
Desert Man
Steve Hatcher ...
Desert Man (as Jake Williams)
David Pollmen ...
Frank
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Tito gets into trouble with the mafia and is cornered in a dark alley where a gun is pointed at him. In the few seconds before his certain death his world becomes a surreal, psychological landscape of sex and evil.

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Adult | Crime | Drama | Thriller

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Perra en alquiler  »

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A porn masterpiece
19 July 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

John Leslie's "Dog Walker", his last after a string of features he made for VCA and his first for his own company, John Leslie Productions at Evil Angel Video, stars Steven St. Croix as Tito, a "man on the edge". After failing to cut a deal with the mob over the dealings of the diamonds he smuggled, he's stopped in a dark alley by a dangerous hit-man (played by Leslie himself), who tells him his life will be turned upside down and he won't even be able to rob a gas station. Up until this point, "Dog Walker" appears to be a straightforward narrative; this is about to change. If I do have issue with "Dog Walker", it is that very little of it makes sense, although that all changes in the end when true motivations are revealed and everything wraps itself up quite neatly. This is a very noirish mood piece, funded by Leslie using his own money, shot on film, and featuring many of the greatest actors of the business, plus the jazzy blues score that became Leslie's trademark. Highly recommended for any fans of the adult film industry, Leslie, or film in general. 10/10


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