Its title notwithstanding, "Come Inside Me" represents what filmmaker Nica Noelle keeps striving for -naturalistic sex presented by professional actors with an emotional impact. Her career is a testament to the artistic impulse that resists being swept up in the fashion or limitations of the moment, in her case moving forward in her career despite the increasing pressures to "go gonzo".
In an odd coincidence, her talented follower James Avalon, whose career dates back more than a decade before hers but who inherited her Sweet Sinner projects as his latter-day source of employment, recently released a new SS title "Come Inside Me" and I'm looking forward to comparing the two (James Deen is cast in both).
Deen's segment is the odd one out here and kept me from giving the overall feature a perfect "10" rating in IMDb. His vignette is preceded by an 11-minute interview by Nica in which she inquires about his personal life and success in an unfortunately fawning manner. I've not drunk the Deen kool aid, and don't admire his work at all, finding him consistently self-indulgent, and that is the case here.
In his actual sex scene with then-newcomer Lara Brookes, Deen is quite over- bearing, almost baiting the girl with his patter and questions, and she emerges tongue-tied and vulnerable. But he humps her anyway and the result is tiresome and not even the expected cream pie shot is convincing.
Fortunately, the other three segments are quite well-done and provide the Romantic content Nica was searching for. Opening set-piece is impressive, as a favorite Nica player, Rayveness, is cast as Marcus London's neglected housewife, carrying on an affair with Black super-stud Nat Turnher. Nat's acting is n.s.g., but Rayveness carries this scene and makes the viewer really feel for her situation.
Nat almost slams the door in her face when all-gussied-up Ray shows up on a booty call, defying her clinging Marcus. Nat doesn't relish the involvement with a married woman and is dead-set on breaking off their relationship, but Ray easily seduces him (and the viewer) with her unique brand of sexiness. Their lengthy bed scene is erotic and hypnotic, until the perfectly executed cream pie payoff.
London is feeling sorry for himself, so he phones a young girl (Alyssa Branch), asking her to come over on some phony-baloney work-related pretext. She's not thrilled with the ruse by her boss, but they have a strong sex scene nonetheless, highlighted by her taking charge as the dominant for a change and Marcus being fairly submissive.
Crew member Jimi King, previously pressed into service as actor in Nica's ensemble piece "Table for 12", appears in a bar scene as Anissa Kate's husband. He's called away on business and sends her home under the protection of sympathetic Seth Gamble.
The Kate/Gamble love scene was my prime interest in this video, as it is a rare opportunity to see perhaps the loveliest actress so far in the 21st Century (I include both Adult and Mainstream together) in an acting and not just gonzo/d.p. role. She did a fine job in Nica's "Exchange Student 5" as well as a recent Girlfirends WSW edition.
Anissa invites Seth upstairs to a handy bedroom above the bar (this bar set and upstairs bedroom used before in other Noelle features). She is irresistible and their sex scene with Anissa's heavy-breathing a delight. Her difficulty pronouncing English phonetically (she is prone to adding an H in front of words in almost Cockney fashion) is unfortunate, but it's a great scene nonetheless.
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