When his sister-in-law India (London River)
calls complaining of marital troubles, Dick Chibbles feels obligated to
comfort her considering how difficult his brother (Brad Newman) can be.
On a whim, he suggests to his wife Alexis (Alexis Fawx) that she and his
son Lucas (Lucas Frost) spend the weekend with India to take her mind
off things. Alexis begrudgingly agrees, unknowingly setting herself and
her stepson up for a weekend of taboo temptations and dark revelations
that will change all their relationships forever.
Co-written by Ricky Greenwood and studio founder MissaX, this
film explores the fauxcest genre of step porn through a complicated
narrative that does it’s best to give weight to the sexual action. The
burden of bringing life to this story falls mainly on the shoulders of
Alexis Fawx and London River, while Lucas Frost is tasked with playing
the corrupted innocent role that is so often the crux of these tales.
One of the strengths of this movie is its willingness to cut sex scenes
short to enhance the narrative. There are three sexual moments that
could have very easily been full scenes, but cutting them short actually
gives significant weight to the characters, allowing the audience to
connect with the sex on a more intimate level. I thought these were all
strong choices by director Ricky Greenwood.
The movie opens in the middle of Alexis getting plowed by her
husband Dick Chibbles, but she couldn’t be less interested. Her body
language and facial expressions make it clear that she can’t wait for
the moment to end, and this creates immediate empathy for her character
with the audience. Upon their arrival at India’s home, she and Alexis
share a few pointed exchanges (including a strong disagreement about the
awkward sleeping arrangements), which creates tension between the two
women and forces Lucas into the role of peacekeeper. One night, Lucas
stumbles upon India sprawled naked in her bed masturbating furiously.
Overcome with arousal, he beats his meat to cream in his shorts.
Although it’s short and ends abruptly, this solo scene worked to give
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rama. London River also looks really
fantastic here and the camera catches all her glory perfectly. The
dramatic tension between Lucas and India is revisited when he stumbles
upon her and Brad fucking, and once again decides to watch while jacking
himself off. However, he’s unaware that India spies him watching.
A heartfelt conversation between Alexis and Lucas about finding
the right woman leads him to take his shot with Alexis, and she doesn’t
refuse him. Their sex is passionate, but there’s an aggressive undertone
to the encounter as both of them seem to be finally releasing a desire
they’ve been holding back for a long time.
After revealing his feelings of guilt to Alexis, causing major
tension between mother and stepson, Lucas seeks comfort in India’s arms.
Admitting she’s been unhappy with Lucas’s uncle for years, India
doesn’t hesitate to let Lucas into her bed. This scene is much different
than the scene with Fawx; the tone is more carnal and animalistic.
These two are fucking purely for the physical pleasure of the act. Lucas
is more aggressive and much less concerned with India’s pleasure than
he was Alexis’ (take note of how hard and how long he fucks London’s
mouth). For her part, London couldn’t be happier having Lucas use her
holes. The lighting here is good as well. Shadows incorporated into sex
can really enhance the action and Greenwood does a good job with the
shadows here. The creampie finish is sloppy and nicely visible, and adds
to the taboo nature of the encounter. I do wish the movie didn’t quite
end so abruptly, but aside from that the climax is satisfying.
The sex here is quite good and the story is solid, even with the
burden of carrying such a wealth of intertwining, individual narratives.
London River does a good job of exuding sex at every turn, and her
performance creates a sense of anticipation for the audience because we
can’t wait to finally see her fuck fully. Lucas Frost also does a really
good job giving the taboo nature of the story life. Without his
believable innocence, the impact would have been significantly lessened.