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Private Independent 2: Open Invitation - A Real Swingers Party in San Francisco (2010)

| Adult | Video July 2010
An Open Invitation is a lush tribute to the ultimate fantasy for many couples - the sexy and exciting swinging lifestyle. The Blooms are a loving couple whose sex life has hit a slump. ... See full summary »


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Alison Bloom
William Bloom
Lorelei Lee ...
Vivienne Angel
Mickey Mod ...
Adam Angel
Seda ...
Seda Levine
Wolf Hudson ...
Aaron Levine
Tia Ling ...
Tia Shephard
Jack Hammer ...
Tyler Shephard
Eduardo ...
Eduardo, Maitre D'
Sarah ...
Chris ...
Ellen Manning ...
Barbara Peterson
Ricky Roe ...
Jonathan Marlow
Peter Acworth ...
Lana ...


An Open Invitation is a lush tribute to the ultimate fantasy for many couples - the sexy and exciting swinging lifestyle. The Blooms are a loving couple whose sex life has hit a slump. Across the hall are their neighbors - the Angels who are involved in "the lifestyle" and their sex life is through the roof. They barely make it through the door before they tear each other's clothes off and have a hot, wet encounter right on the living room floor. Inevitably, the two couples cross paths. Written by lament

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Highly effective lifestyle porn, proselytizing as usual
8 July 2016 | by (New York, New York) – See all my reviews

No one but me seems to care about the Adult Entertainment industry's penchant for propaganda, ranging from those phony "Free Speech" pleas (self-censorship is their main problem, not governmental interference) to pornographers like Jacky St. James constantly telling the viewer how to think. This well-made feature is highly suspect, produced by kink.com as a sort of 2-1/2 hour house ad, but it comes off well.

Casting of India Summer in the lead is the key to its success, and evidently earned her central presence in a similar but clunky followup, the recent "Marriage 2.0". It inhabits that durable porn genre of Lifestyles, less interested in plot than merely depicting in an almost documentary fashion how sexual free spirits occupy their time.

Credited to the team of Ilana Rothman and Andrew Sullivan (sounds like real names for a change), the script carefully takes our model couple of India Summer and ubiquitous James Deen from a normal, hum-drum Frisco existence to the wild and wonderful world of swingers. That means pro-am time by the final reel, as captions start flowering all over the screen to identify real-life folks (kink.com CEO Peter Acworth and a host of swinger wranglers running various local clubs/organizations).

The duo's saga is well-acted, especially by India who I maintain should have long since migrated to mainstream television and won a slew of Emmys by now. The other principal players are a couple of neighbors who basically lure our team into blissful iniquity, portrayed by Lorelei Lee and Mickey Mod. Some familiar porno vets also pop up in key roles, including sexual omnivore Wolf Hudson and good old Jack Hammer. Lengthy end credits crawl has a notation after the actors of " + 127 real swingers".

Title set piece is presented as an actual event held Feb. 6, 2010 at kink.com's "The Upper Floor". Most of the real-life folk, all wearing masks, simply gawk as voyeurs, evidently impressed by the public humping of a couple of authentic porno superstars in their midst.

So before you give up your present hobbies and rush out to join one of these swingers' outfits, take a moment to recall a very similar fad, equally documented in self-serving soft-core porn movies made over 50 years ago. Yes, it was the the 1930s extending into the 1960s with Nudism and Naturism crazes that preceded get-rich-quick Acworth in exploiting (there's that oft-misused word again) group sex more recently. Sure, Nudism and Nude Beaches still exist today, and so does the ever-growing popularity of Neo-Nazi organizations, both strains tracing back in modern times to Nazi Germany and elements of the Aryan propaganda.

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