The Masterpiece returns. Well not quite but this is still a truly superb movie. Making a sequel to a movie as good as Lesbian Romance would be very difficult but Jacky St James does a really good job in coming so close. This is four more stories of lesbian love long term and also short term.
Scene one has straight girl Sara Luvv finding a person on line who seems to be her soul mate. Sara assumes that it is a boy but when they meet it is a girl Kira Noir. By date two Sara has stopped struggling and decides she likes Kira too much. This was really nicely handled with truly superb love making with a theme love is love
Scene two is the Dani Daniels Karla Kush scene and is about research assistant who is in love with her boss Dani whom she thinks is perfection as a woman. She wants Dani to make love to her but Dani never does until Dani comes across her in a shower. Is this a good scene? Yes it is entirely fabulous with this being a Dani Daniels special. I don’t blame Karla for being head over heels in love with Dani in this for Dani looks totally gorgeous. When it comes to the love making this is a scene for the ages with Dani really making all of Karla’s erotic dreams come true. This is one of the really great Dani Daniels scenes.
Scene three has nervous Bree Daniels asking Anikka Albrite out on a date and at dinner having her credit card refused. On date two Bree gets food poisoning so this seems a relationship never to be. That is until Anikka comes to lunch at Bree’s house and Anikka tells Bree while the dates might have been disasters Bree was not. These two are great together with Anikka truly superb and beautiful. I know Anikka started in boy girl but when Anikka does girl girl she is amongst the very best.
The final scene has Aubrey Star a masseuse in love with a client Abigail Mac with whom she does house calls. After a year nothing happens and it is only when Abigail tells Aubrey that she is moving and that this will be the last massage that Audrey’s erotic dreams come true. This again is a super scene. I normally do not like Aubrey Star but in this with a partner as good as Abigail Mac she turns in her best performance. For a scene on unfulfilled desire finally being achieved this is a hard to beat scene.
In summary this is a truly superb must have movie. All four scenes are masterclass and Director Writer Jacky St James can again come away feeling very proud of making such a good movie. As I said about Lesbian Romance this is the sort of film we dream about but seldom see.