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Playboy: Barefoot Beauties (2002)

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Playboy presents an almost innocent look at foot fetishism presenting some of their Playmates in fun-filled fantasy vignettes featuring fabulous feet and leg footage, all short and sweet, ... See full summary »

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Playboy presents an almost innocent look at foot fetishism presenting some of their Playmates in fun-filled fantasy vignettes featuring fabulous feet and leg footage, all short and sweet, tasteful, elegant, but with full nudity. Experience naughty but nice girls never caught on the wrong foot. Written by RavenGlamDVDCollector

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barefoot confidential
29 December 2014 | by See all my reviews

I'm currently watching this one. Sparingly. A vignette or two at a time. Unfortunately, the movie doesn't match the girls' names with their specific performances, they are just generally credited. So I thought I'd get the info here on IMDb, but it seems I am the sole (!) reviewer. Which leaves this unattended property open to The Raven who plans to foot the entire bill, as other angels feared to tread here.

The girls out both their best feet forward in this somewhat fetishistic presentation. It's not exactly what most people would expect from a title like this. The first segment, 'Footprints in the Sand' is just innocent fun on the beach till the girls sneak into a reserved V.I.P. spot and start living the high life, massaging each other's feet. Nicole Narain, who was Miss February 2002 (confirmation required) is one of the three culprits.

'Tu Tu Tootsies' was a particular surprise, as it showed two girls who obviously have ballerina experience, but whose feet aren't the worse for wear after having gone through BLACK SWAN and CENTER STAGE hell.

'If the Shoe Fits' doesn't stay with the subject of being barefoot, of course, but I'm not complaining, as I've got a high heel fetish anyway. Kimberly Stanfield, Christi Shake and one other (I really need to brush up on Playmate recognition. For shame!) appear.

'Barefoot Spirit' Striking Jennifer Walcott, who's unfortunately had her breasts enhanced, Christi Shake and another. Three girls in their latest model Volkswagen visit an old rustic setting, and they goof about on a lush lawn, and it is here where the very beautiful photograph of Jennifer adorning the box cover, was taken.

'Feet First' There's a guy in this one as well, and he plays footsie with one of the girls, which brings minus points, we only wanna see pretty girl's feet! But okay, in the spirit of it all, nicely done. Also some very romantic cradling of a vulnerable lady's foot in the palm of the guy's hand. And it features the first scene in the entire flick up till now that really gets into the ignored beauty of the female foot when, at its end, the two girls are on tip-toes. Arched feet, wow!

Lots of nudity throughout. Less about feet than the title suggests, but nevertheless some good footograohy. But soles, sift, wrinkly , tender and kinda rosy-pink like ripening fruit, conspicuously, I'd say, self- consciously, absent. PLAYBOY doesn't understand fetishes, they do mainstream, not niche photography for specific esoteric tastes. But as far as rosy-pink beauties go, there are lots of nipples. Lots!

The real downer for me was the abundance of surgically-altered breasts. Even with the consistently high standards of the P Tina Jordan, in particular, how could you think that is beautiful?

Lots of sweet candy for the eyes, despite anything I might have said. Not as odd as the unenlightened would expect it to be. Then again, if you're not enraptured by delicate white feet and prettily painted toes, this might not be for you, and going to a more mainstream PLAYBOY title might be called for.

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