Fuck Mail (2012)

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Credited cast:
Erika Vution Erika Vution
Ally Ann Ally Ann
Stacey Saran Stacey Saran
Jennifer Dark
Romana Ryder Romana Ryder
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Bill Bailey
K.D. K.D. ... (as KD)
Danny Mountain
Mr. Pete
Danny Wylde
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Country:

UK

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English

Release Date:

26 July 2012 (USA) See more »

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Bluebird Films See more »
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Typically poor Bluebird
22 May 2018 | by lor_See all my reviews

Quite obscure even in the world of Bluebird Films, this DVD is supposedly about modern communicating through email, Skype and the like, used for hook-ups leading inevitably to zipless sex. It bears a 2009 copyright but apparently wasn't released until 2012 by the late, not so great British label.

Five vignettes have very poorly improvised dialog, just an excuse for the protagonists to tear themselves away from their screens to go visit and hump one another. Opening scene stars a Black beauty credited at the opening as Ashli Jackson and in the end credits crawl as Erika Vution, and she gets to have at it with Danny Mountain.

Besides Mountain, some other Brit Porn talent got the trip to Chatsworth for filming, notably Bluebird's foremost leading lady Stacey Saran, easily breast in show, as well as Romana Ryder. Both Ryder and Vution/Jackson contribute IR scenes.

But my favorite performer by a mile is Jennifer Dark, her beauty overcoming the tiresome nature of the role she was handed, being an uppity teacher complaining ad nauseum about how her stupid students messed up on a test. At his Skype screen listening, Mr. Pete is clearly perplexed as to why she's dragging out the utterly useless set-up when both he and she were hired merely to have sex on camera. His responses to her thick-accented nonsense are hardly the stuff the Writers Guild of America can be proud of -of course, this junker has no script.


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