The virginal Bella has taken on a job as a maid for Lord Joffrey, who runs the small village where Bella and her mother live. Things quickly turn bad for Bella, however, as both Joffrey and... See full summary »
The virginal Bella has taken on a job as a maid for Lord Joffrey, who runs the small village where Bella and her mother live. Things quickly turn bad for Bella, however, as both Joffrey and his head maid treat her cruelly. Hope comes for the young woman when she discovers a book about the legend of Zorrita, a masked woman who would avenge injustices and seduce any man she wanted. Drawing inspiration from her fictional hero, Bella grabs a sword and a costume and sets out to start avenging and seducing. Written by
Jean-Marc Rocher <email@example.com>
If you ask me, Surrender Cinema has really dropped the ball when it comes to putting out good quality softcore erotica. A few of their earlier titles were boundary-pushing films, including such former taboos as explicit female nudity and full frontal male nudity, but both are vanishing quickly from their newer titles. "Zorrita" stars the beautiful Shauna O'Brien (sporting new fully-pumped breasts) in a Zorro takeoff, and since no one really watches these films for their storylines, cinematography, or plot development, let me cut to the quick and say that as erotica it is poor. There is no heat generated amongst the performers and instead all we find is the usual posing and overacted gyrating that marks Surrender's style. Pretty damn dry. Women grind and make facial expressions as if they are in the throes of a magical ecstasy when all the guy is doing is rubbing her knee. The simulated oral sex is just plain sad, and even the most vibrant imagination would have a hard time believing that ANYTHING is happening here. I don't know what it is...out of the gate they gave us stuff like "Femalien" and "Exotic Time Machine", and now they've just fizzled. Why do they even bother with so-called "Director's Cuts"? All they do is slow down an already tedious lovemaking scene. C'mon guys, spark it up a bit! I would stick to Mystique/EROS titles for better softcore...
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