|Released||Feb 27th, 2017|
|Running Time||114 Min.|
|Director||Stills by Alan|
|Distribution Company||Girlfriends Films, Inc.|
|DVD Extras||Behind the Scenes, Still Gallery(ies), Trailer(s)|
|Cast||Sarah Vandella, Adriana Sephora, Luna Star, Kat Dior, Abella Danger|
|Non-Sex Roles||Lily Lane, Tori Avano, Billy Visual, Woody All-in|
|Critical Rating||AAAA 1/2|
Ambitious all-girl studio Girlsway offers up something different with this movie written and directed by Stills by Alan. Leaving behind taboo flirtations, Extradition heads off into some pretty macho territory. The movie starts with a voiceover that sets out the history of the War on Drugs, declared by President Richard Nixon in 1971 and first waged in Colombia before moving to Mexico to combat the Sinaloa cartel. Shot outside, the action begins as two low-level traffickers (Tori Avano and Lily Lane) are ambushed in a DEA operation led by Special Agent Sarah Vandella to rescue the daughter of Senator Adams, kidnapped by a notorious drug lord.
But the agents appear to have been the victims of bad intel, because the only hostage there is a Mexican prostitute (Kat Dior), who claims to know nothing. Slowly, though, she begins to spin a yarn about La Luna (Luna Star), a sexually voracious drug kingpin who kidnapped not only Dior and buxom Adriana Sephora, but also the senator’s daughter, played by Abella Danger.
Blessed with a tidy plot and good production values, Extradition places significant acting demands on its performers. Vandella chews the scenery a little heavily as the brusque agent who browbeats her hapless hostage into spilling what she knows, and Star really lets loose as the evil, sexually dominant drug trafficker, terrifying the vulnerable Danger. But it’s Dior who gives the most nuanced performance in what must be one of her biggest acting roles to date.
With just three sex scenes, Extradition won’t be one of Girlsway’s biggest production for 2017, but it’s a solid entertainment that offers a good storyline and high-energy performances.