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Tiffany's (2006)

X | | Adult, Drama, Romance | Video 2006


Cast overview:
Jessica Drake ... Tiffany
Eric Masterson ... Steve
Gina Rodriguez ... Clara (as Demi Delia)
Randy Spears ... Steve's Agent
Barrett Blade Barrett Blade ... Tiffany's Client
Maya Divine ... Blond #1
Brooke Banner ... Blond #2 (as Brooke)
Kirsten Price ... Pick-up Girl #1
Kelly Kline Kelly Kline ... Pick-up Girl #2
Brad Armstrong Brad Armstrong ... Businessman
Samantha Ryan ... Secretary
Thomas Priest Thomas Priest ... Robert


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Release Date:

2006 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Breakfast for Two See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Wicked Pictures See more »
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Technical Specs




Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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References Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961) See more »


I'm Gonna Leave You Before I Break Your Heart
Tiffany's Guitar Theme
Written and Performed by Mark Stone
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Somewhat embarrassing romantic trifle
9 August 2018 | by lor_See all my reviews

Wicked Pictures contract cameraman Francois Clousot had his first directing effort for the label with "Tiffany's", originally titled "Breakfast for Two", both hints that his script was riffing on the classic Truman Capote movie. Main characters even speak lyrics from "Moon River" as if they were naturally having a conversation.

It's not parody, but rather a soggy, sentimental sort of romance, hardly what porn fans crave. Contract star Jessica Drake is a free spirit who we soon discover is a prostitute after Barrett Blade pays her after a routine sex scene at her place. Her new neighbor is Eric Masterson, a writer who is also a "kept man", servicing sexually his slightly older woman patron Maya Divine, who symmetrically leaves money for him after getting serviced.

Of course our two leads will gravitate toward each other and end up in the sack together, en route to a sad ending. Besides reducing most of the cast to mere sex performers (unnamed and not given characterizations or dialog), Clousot has an unfortunate structure that wraps up the XXX sex and leaves the last reel or so to maudlin tying up of plot threads, ending on a down note and then throwing in some dumb bloopers as a chaser.

Randy Spears gets a blow-job from his real-life wife Demi Delia, claimed as her first boy/girl scene on screen in her BTS short subject interview. Clousot directed Drake years before when they were toiling at Sin City Entertainment, but in this Wicked team-up he doesn't give her a cogent role, just a chance to be alternately peppy and otherwise sad.

An interview on the DVD as bonus has intriguing details about Clousot's background, after growing up in France he turned to porn when down and out in L.A., apprenticing with the likes of Jace Rocker, Jim Enright and (horror of horrors) Max Hardcore. Clearly this dreary effort is a case of over-reach.

NOTE: I'm correcting the long-displayed IMDb credits matching players with their characters, fixing several obvious mistakes (e.g., not recognizing such familiar faces as Divine and the great Sam Ryan by sight).

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