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Ma première orgie (2011)

| Adult | Video 2011
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Jade Laroche
Lena Cova
Morgan Moon ...
Jane (as Morgane Moon)
Barbora Kovarikova ...
(as Nataly)
Zuzana Zeleznovova ...
(as Zuzana Z.)
Leonelle Knoxville
George Uhl
Eric Park
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(as Leny Ewil)
...
(as Steve Q)
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My First Orgy  »

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Interesting French porn, with misleading credits
3 March 2015 | by (New York, New York) – See all my reviews

It was worth a bit of hunting around, but after watching MY FIRSt ORGY I searched to discover its leading lady's identity: Morgan Moon. She gets terrible billing though gives a fine performance, as video-maker Marc Dorcel pushed his hot starlet of the time (appearing here in a minor role) Jade Laroche in star billing and cover art.

Moon stars as Jane, who narrates the video in Skype fashion on her blog, giving her intentions and reactions as her story unfolds. She's still in school, and bullied by Dorcel superstar Tarra White (unconvincing age-wise as a bobbysoxer), who blackmails her every time they meet at their lockers.

Jane is prisoner to her boyfriend Tony who keeps asking her to do things (sexually) that she's reluctant to try, culminating inevitably in the title event. Scandal erupts when Jane videotapes members of Tony's boss's family in compromising situations (including daughter Tarra), killing the boss's campaign to become elected President of France.

As usual with Dorcel productions the girls are beautiful, the guys have big dicks, condoms are everywhere, and the settings are lush. The actual orgy staging is quite elaborate and unlike the lion's share of contemporary porn the story and Jane's travails are interesting enough to arouse sympathy for her. Moon is fresh in the role, something of a plain Jane, but hot underneath.

Besides not listing who played what (an irritating Dorcel tradition), the behind the camera credits are also garbled, as Max Candy gets big upfront billing but end credits reveal that writer Alex Conte directed the feature, Max only serving as executive producer.


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