Sinclair, whoever that might be, is foisted on the Adult Cinema audience as some sort of auteur in Vivid's "Perverse", a vehicle for contract star Sunrise Adams. It's embarrassingly bad.
A decade back the industry still often felt it necessary to include narrative in otherwise all-sex exercises, though the trend to strictly wall-to-wall content was also well underway. Adams is living with her boyfriend Chris Cannon and another guy played by Kurt Lockwood, and the show begins with Chris totally turned off when Sunrise sticks her finger up his ass during sex. You see, she's perverse!
Rest of the picture devolves into an idiotic examination of prostitution, in the form of a web-based escort service, as a valid option for young women. Sinclair seems to endorse that profession, likely because it's merely an extension of the sex workers here called actors and actresses because they are shooting porn.
In any event, the skimpy cast of femmes has Kim Kane and Ashley Blue as happy hookers inveigling Sunrise to join them, which she does. Cannon longs for a threesome (with 2 girls, not with roommate Kurt) and gets his wish fantasizing with Kane and Adams the designated hitters. This is followed immediately, and repetitiously, by his poker buddy (played obnoxiously by Dillon Day) getting the actual threesome with the same girls. Final shot has perhaps an unintended symbolic meaning, as blondes Kane and Adams walk off into the night together, looking more like streetwalkers than high-priced "escort girls".
The BTS shows how this was shot back to back with another Vivid quickie titled "Pay or Play" with almost the same cast, and Sunrise hanging out with a guy identified as "Mr. Stevens" who I'm guessing is Mike Striker, Sunrise's frequent co-star during this period.
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