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Jesse (Jesse Jane) is married to a rich business executive, whom she
loves very much (or at least she claims she does). However, what her
husband does not know is that she had a past in porn ... and now that past
has come back to haunt her in the person of Scott, who blackmails her into
having sex with him in exchange for his silence. After the shagging though
Jesse feels twice as guilty, on one hand for not telling her husband about
her porn career, on the other for cheating on her husband.
But if Jesse
thought this was the end of it then, she was wrong, because the next day
when hubby is out, Scott brings his friend Tommy, an old colleague of
hers. And Tommy has brought a girl of his own, to fuck right in Jesse's
living room - on camera of course, he's a professional.
The next day,
Scott calls Jesse, and this time, he wants money. When she hangs up on
him, he stops by her place to hand her husband some of her films - upon
which it turns out hubby knew about Jesse's porn career all the time
(unbeknowest to her), and her dirty movies were actually the reason he
fell in love with her ...
A plot-driven hardcore porn flick
that has potential: It's elegantly filmed without being pure gloss, the
plot might not be wholly original but it's not too contrived either, and
Jesse Jane is actually up to her role, acting-wise - and apart from her
not wholly convincing fake boobs, she looks gorgeous, too.
said, Blackmail's by no mean a really good porn flick, mainly it
consists of too many too long fuck scenes to really give its plot space to
develop, let alone pick up narrative tension and suspense. That, plus at
least half of the fuck scenes are not really narratively motivated, they
just seem to appear out of nowhere at random points during the proceedings
... and here's me again, complaining about the shortcomings in
storytelling of a porn flick, when everybody will fast forward through the
story-parts anyways - but then again, nobody forced anybody to make this a
plot-driven film, right?