For those who do not know, Gina B and Peaches are longtime stars of Viv Thomas movies who have been living together as a lesbian couple for years. As legend and fact have it, they met on the set of Viv’s “Pussy in Paradise” in 2004 where Peaches, at 18, was to do her first scene with Gina B and had never kissed a girl, never been with a girl. And the rest is history.
This film is about their life together, and with five twosome scenes and two solos it is an excellent value, especially as the scenes are all good and told in the lighthearted, humorous style that is Gina and Peaches. Both look terrific, with Gina B never looking better and both happy, so there is nothing fake about the scenes. Right from the good morning kiss by Peaches on the sleeping Gina B at the start, you know you are in for a most entertaining movie. Only the two appear in the movie, it is lighthearted fun all the way with some superb sex.
I should add that there is another film made recently on Gina B and Peaches, this by Germany’s Paradise Films called “Sweet Ass Peaches”. If you look at my review here on LLV you will see I thought that film really superb. Although the Viv Thomas is good, the Paradise Films “Sweet Ass Peaches” is even better. For those who find the Hungarian annoying in the Viv Thomas, then I should add that “Sweet Ass Peaches” is all in English.
My recommendation: have a Gina B/Peaches double bill.
UPDATE: OCTOBER 22ND, 2013
When I reviewed this film I had not realised that large parts of this were contained in the Paradise Films title Sweet Ass Peaches. This only occurred to me when watching the recently released A Taste Of Peaches, where I realized I had seen some of it before. I then put on Sweet Ass Peaches and saw that this film contained scenes from both Viv Thomas films.
Nic Spellum of Viv Thomas, in the thread started by me on the LLV forum, has explained how this occurred and I accept his explanation. On the Viv Thomas Blog they have now put out a summary of the duplication, so I advise reading this.
My advice now after all is said and done: if you do not have the Paradise Films version, just buy the Viv Thomas. That way you will not get any duplication.
My apologies if I have mislead anyone.