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Okay, clearly other viewers had great expectations of this. Jenna's then-husband probably had a lot to do with the expectations... way overblown based on his ego.
Dude, it's porn, not art. Alright, 'nuff said about that douche.
Michael Ninn did most of this with his artsy porn (read: special effects/green screens and story lines) in the 90's. Private makes better artsy product, too.
The odd part of the film is the scene in which Jenna is supposed to be suffering through the trials of Hell, yet, in the opener, she is the one dominating Janine.
Also, Katja Kassin should have been allowed to "mingle" some more with Janine and Jenna in the café, before moving on with her guy/girl scene.
The scene in the rain is a good one, with Janine being the more watchable of the two. The camera seemed to reflect that as well, giving her more face time than Jenna.
Jenna gets it back in the devil's chamber, and then makes an awkward attempt to escape that crashes the whole movie back down to it's most amateur level of "non-acting"... I actually laughed out loud, because I thought they were trying to be funny, not sincere.
The lesbian scene is hot (Jenna and Janine) but a little lacking, and I'm not a fan of lit candle insertions. There are far more erotic practices that can be used in porn scenes such as this.
Overall, I enjoyed the movie, if not just to see Jenna before she totally pigged out with the plastic surgery, and of course, to see Janine working with men.
Worth renting, maybe owning in a few months when the price comes down.
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