One of the greatest porn actresses (and a favorite of mine) detoured into the bondage genre in the '90s, cranking out dozens of forgettable titles, which IMDb comically groups together classified as "Adventure". There's nothing adventurous about KIDNAPPED BY PIRATES.
Dutifully preserved for posterity on DVD by Video Search of Miami, this ultra-cheapie is narrated by Amanda (petite Tina Fox/Lindstrom), daughter of the Duke of Cornwall, who was kidnapped by pirates sneaking through a window into her bedroom 16 years ago when she was only 19 years old.
With an ugly transition shot of a sailing ship, rest of the video takes place on a very meager dungeon set, purporting unconvincingly to be in the ship's hold. Dressed in neat pirate garb, Kane is Captain Bonnie Jones, and her crew of Ariele Cole and Be Be LeBadd fleshes out the all-girl cast.
Perfunctory program has Kane stringing up each of the other three girls in bondage, with shackles and chains, to be whipped and paddled by her for nearly an hour. To call this boring merely identifies me as one of the uninitiated, who has never succumbed to the fetishistic pleasures of watching tens of thousands of these pointless video exercises. Though Tina has a couple other mainstream porn credits, Sharon's other co-stars here are strictly adherents to the bondage credo on screen. And they aren't very attractive, to boot.
Other than a posterior getting reddish under Kane's ministrations, not much happens. To call it softcore porn would be dignifying the proceedings -in actuality it is a form of timid play-acting which strikes me as ultimately pointless for the aficionado -I think audience participation would be more interesting. There is a tiny bit of cunnilingus, after Kane finally strips and gets down with the others.
Non-script's final twists, involving the fate of the aristocratic Amanda (who unconvincingly tries to pretend she is a chambermaid mistakenly kidnapped) and Capt. Bonnie, are stupid and predictable. Watching this piece of junk has quenched my curiosity about this lamest of genres.
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