Monday, September 22, 2014

Cry For Cindy/Touch Me/Act Of Confession (DVD Review) - Vinegar Syndrome

Directed By: Anthony Spinelli
Starring: Kim Durey, Amber Hunt, George "Buck" Flower
Color/229 Minutes/X
Region FREE
Release Date: September 9, 2014

The Films
Cindy is a classy girl who loves her man enough to work as a prostitute to earn money to put him through medical school. The only problem is he doesn't know what she's doing for this money until he finds her at her pimp's apartment. Cindy breaks down and ends up killing herself. At her funeral friends gather to share stories of Cindy and to CRY FOR CINDY. There's plenty of sex in the stories though none of it is all that hot or memorable. It is easy to see how a softcore version was released.

TOUCH ME features a group of sexually hung up young adults who go to a retreat to work out their problems. Featuring a married couple, a playboy, a reserved girl and a man who is ashamed of his size among others, this varied group offers up quite a few different encounters and situations for the viewer to enjoy. Things are a bit more sinful in ACT OF CONFESSION where a nun who has just taken her vows struggles with her sensual urges and dreams along with another newbie who is more than willing to act out some lesbian desires with her. There's not much to the story here but where else will you see Jesus walk on water to get a blowjob? Hallelujah. 

The Audio & Video
Vinegar Syndrome delivers these three golden age pornos with good audio and video quality. The audio tracks are presented with their original Mono English tracks. The tracks do have some background noise and instances of popping and crackling but it never becomes overbearing or distracting. The films are all presented in their original aspect ratios and all have pretty good clarity. There is some print damage and debris on the prints but colors are strong and skin tones are fleshy.

The Extras
A softcore version CRY FOR CINDY is included.

The Bottom Line
Three different and altogether sexy and entertaining movies on this 2 disc set make for a solid entry into the Peekarama Collection.


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