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Tori is about to serve a sentence for conspiracy to defraud the US government. But her outlook is to take what you can and gain experience as much as possible. Money, power and sex are the most important things. She's ready to play the game, and the men are the bad guys. She is going to make the most of what she has - because there is a time when the experiences stop - and nobody ever expects it from a woman.
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Advertised as a Feature from the stable of all-sex labels run by Greg Lansky, Kayden Kross's "After Dark" serves not only as a vehicle for Tori Black in her successful Act 2 of her Adult Cinema starring career but also further evidence of the maturation of a filmmaker.
Exploring the same theme but in far better (and stylish) fashion than her previous Veronica Vain-starrer made with partner Manuel Ferrara, "Screwing Wall Street", KK has Tori portraying a ruthless magnate in the financial world named Tori Blackwell, and we observe a day in her life, its conclusion rather unfortunately a spoiler in the IMDb plot synopsis (should have been suppressed but too bad).
Her voice-over narration self-justifies an amoral personality, always in control and an extremely cool customer. But of course Ms. Black is hot hot hot in the movie's sex scenes, whether a poker game threesome with Adriana Chechik and opponent Johnny Sins (plus a fabulous snake), voyeuse watching two sweet young things making love in a pool beneath her balcony, humping her lover Markus Dupree, having sex with an employee Juan Lucho, or becoming a Christ-like figure in the flamboyant, nearly hour-long "The Last Supper" styled finale orgy featuring a who's who of current porn stars (Angela White, Jessa Rhodes, Ricky Johnson, etc.).
This nearly 4-hour opus is stylish throughout, and handles Oliver Stone themes with a style and subtlety that belies one's expectations (turns out that the award-winning mainstreamer Stone is "in your face" while pornographer Kayden insinuates rather than beating one over the head).
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