Hiding behind its trendy title (implying more jail-bait generic porn), James Avalon delivers a surprising experiment in porn technique which I found captivating. It's out of step on purpose with audience preferences, and all the better for it.
What he's done is create a simulation of amateur-style pornography to fit the structure and theme of the story, which is about a husband and wife who use hidden cameras to spy on each other at home. What begins as a deceptively simple premise proves to be loaded with surprise twists and turns, quite satisfying by the final revelation.
Katie Morgan dominates the opening reels, as a super-sexy secretary with such a come-on in her baby-talk voice as to prove virtually irresistible. Avalon first departs from modern structure by moving back and forth between sex scenes (just like in the Golden Age when porn was for theaters) in his editing, rather than the separate vignette sex structure that dominates in recent years, so that everything can be chopped up into separate packages for streaming, downloading and otherwise satisfying the both cheap and short-attention-span fans.
Nikko Night is terrific as her dirty-minded boss, who disconcertingly is a lookalike of comedian Dennis Miller, and even talks a bit like him. He suspects his wife is cheating on him, so installs a hidden camera over the bar in their home, which duly records her tryst with big-dicked Rafe. Later his wife (ably played by a very young Alana Evans) puts a camera in the house and catches him with two underage girls selling cookies door to door like Girl Scouts do.
Along the way there is much other amateur video tapes of humping which is meant to look amateurish, and is very convincingly simulated by Avalon's pro cameraman Perry Tratt. Whole cast, including ringers like Britney Skye as one of the underage girls, gives their all and one discovery in particular is so fresh, bubbly and appealing that I wonder why she never emerged as a big star: Malorie Marx.
Watching several Avalon features lately I was struck by the contrast between the freshness and ebullience of "Dirty Little Cheaters" (shot 13 years ago) and the dull, lifeless formality of his newest work, such as "Swingers Getaway" and "Fantasy Roleplay". The once adventurous young Turk seems to be just going through the motions now.
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