Release Year: 2015
Cast: Antonia Sainz, Meggie Marika
Genres: lesbian adult, brunette, bigass, shaved, white, 1on1, asslick, onanism
Video language: English
Director Andrej Lupin returns to a premise he’s previously employed in his nostalgia-steeped “Vintage Collection” with the part subtitled “The Photographer II.” Unlike the boy/girl scenario of the earlier video, two vixens — Antonia Sainz and Meggie Marika — are featured here, both making their Sexart debuts. Set to a smokey jazz sound, styled to period perfection in both costume and decor, and shot in a lush, diffused category, the video oozes atmosphere from beginning to end. Sainz, hair up, and wearing a man’s necktie, plays the title role, and Marika, her long hair elaborately coiffed, and partially clad in appropriate vintage lingerie, is her subject. Tho’ Meggie is topless from the start, the photo session is businesslike and professional. Meggie is eager to please, and Antonia offers direction, suggests poses, and concentrates on her composition and framing. Eventually the movie cam is put spaced out and a conquest quickly develops. Sainz lasts in the dominant role, helping Marika out of her sheer panties — but leaving garter-belt and hosiery in location — and then making a meal out of her. After eating her fill, the photographer skillfully strokes the model to to a feverish finish. And Sainz remains in the dominant position even when she’s the recipient of her model’s attention, straddling Meggie’s face and pulling the lips of her pom-pom distinctly to provide unimpeded access to her succulent slit and displayed clitoris. Sainz reaches her final climax in a dramatic backbend, arching her pretty body up off the bed and pushing her vagina against Marika’s thrusting fingers and starving mouth. Impressive actions by two utmostly appealing starlets united with the film’s evocative genre make “The Photographer II” a amazing addition to the justifiably popular “Vintage Assemblage.
Video: 1920×1080, AVC (H.264), 7702kbps
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