Two sisters, Ashleigh and Jennifer, have been conned out of their money. They need a house-mate to share living costs. They get more than they bargained for with cute hippie chick Petal and her lesbian lover Mandy.

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Petal (as Misty Mundae)
Julian Wells ...
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Jennifer (as Kelli Summers)
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Two sisters, Ashleigh and Jennifer, have been conned out of their money. They need a house-mate to share living costs. They get more than they bargained for with cute hippie chick Petal and her lesbian lover Mandy.

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25 May 2004 (USA)  »

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29 April 2015 | by See all my reviews

It's not great. You'd be better off finding something else. Only real thing that can attract anyone is Misty's shower scene. It's long, casual masturbation, Misty sure is clean afterwards but the reason to see it is her armpit hair in keeping with the 70's girl hippy vibe. Dunno, did it for me. Certainly that hippie chick we would all like to pick up. Certainly worth it for Misty fans (About 9 minutes in)

Another shower scene and 3 lesbian scenes one with AJ, one threesome and one foursome but the action swaps between the partners too much.

In all it's rather mediocre. Like I said it's just for Misty fans to see her with some armpit hair in the shower.

Shame really, Misty's premise kinda plays off, script lays it on a bit thick but the credits showed premise as did the shower scene (It's worth a peek) AJ is also good but again let down by the script and softcore background. Less said about the other two the better, one is the strict down to business woman and the other is more laid back... safe to say they both fall for Misty's charms (Or pot brownies)

Could certainly have done with being expanded on, lengthened and use of a cameraman without ADHD. But that's the issue with most of the films Misty is in.


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