|Released||Mar 04th, 2015|
|Running Time||185 Min.|
|Directors||Stills by Alan, Bree Mills|
|Distribution Company||Girlfriends Films, Inc.|
|Cast||Charlotte Stokely, India Summer, Shyla Jennings, Vanessa Veracruz, Abigail Mac, Samantha Rone|
|Critical Rating||AAAA 1/2|
From the very start, The Business of Women raises the bar for adult features across the board, especially for an all-girl title. Directors Bree Mills and Stills by Alan have realized an intense and beautiful form of erotica in this brilliant release.
Novice to the oldest profession Samantha Rone is a doll-faced blonde who is clearly desperate for money in a seedy world. She meets her first client in Las Vegas and is quickly swept into a world of betrayal and business ladies. Her initial client, India Summer, is more than meets the eye and turns out to actually be the leader of a woman-seducing escort ring that is trying to retrieve the clients and workers lost to her rival, busty brunette Vanessa Veracruz.
The performances in this movie are without a doubt top-notch. Both acting and fucking chops are on point from everyone involved, thank goodness, or the subject matter could collapse just as Rone does in Summer’s lap after a serious munching session.
Charlotte Stokely plays Summer’s entitled assistant, and her attitude toward Rone is obviously fueled by jealousy and, well, sexual tension. Rone’s innocence shines against Stokely’s cattiness, and this classic dynamic is sexy on its own, but when bosslady Summer hears Stokely badmouthing her business tactics, things heat up. The two blondes are conducted like a Sapphic symphony and like fine musicians, they play each other’s bodies, and Summer’s, like musical instruments. When Stokely gets permission to cum on Rone’s face, she does just that.
As the plot thickens, the sex intensifies. Veracruz plays a convincing rival and she dominates Abigail Mac in their first scene. Spoiler alert: it’s hot. No one lets up on their roles, and when Summer’s daughter, Shyla Jennings, is dragged into the drama, things really do take a turn.
This movie is dubbed as lesbian porn noir, and it hits all the notes that would justify that description: dangerous, sexy, mysterious, twisted, and of course all girl-on-girl action. With a compelling focus on story and an even more compelling collection of women who love women, The Business of Women lives up to its hype.