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Through Her Eyes

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This item discontinued by Studio. Orders LIMITED TO REMAINING STOCK.

Her Eyes have Been the Glory

Cast: Faith Leon, Shy Love, Sophia, Selina Draagen, Jean Val Jean, Eric Masterson, Scott Nails, Alex Sanders, Marco Banderas

Produced by Lorainne Sisco
Directed by Michael Ninn



According to Ninn Worx:

A looking glass of surreal desire, the eyes envision an erotic experience in a torrid wonderland. [Michael’s never been too big on words, as you may have noticed.]

According to Risque:

You’re in the depths of Europe. It’s cold and gray outside. It’s winter. Your bathrobe is really dirty, and you don’t have cable TV.

While that may not be the typical “description” of a movie that you’ve come to expect here, this release is far from usual – even for Ninn Worx. As Michael’s European players attempt to “tune in” significantly sunnier scenarios than the Prague skyline can really provide, the players (all U.S. here, by the way) do what they do that define them as “talent” in the industry.

This time around Michael uses recent Ninn favorite Faith Leon to serve as his catalyst for sexual exploits, and she does her typical extraordinary job. Supported by the brawn and beauty you’ve grown to expect from Ninn Worx, this release hearkens back to some of Michael’s earliest work with stunning imagery presented via bizarre connection. Bottom line, even if you don’t fully comprehend the “plot” of Through Her Eyes, you’ll understand why Michael chooses them as his vehicle, and in the final analysis of XXX, that could be what really matters.

Heck, we're still trying to figure out the fat guy in Catherine.

Just look at Faith. You’ll figure it out.

DVD Extras Include: Galleries, Behind the Scenes Feature, and BONUS SOLOS with Shy, Selena, and Sophia.

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Studio Ninn Worx
Risque Stars No
director Michael Ninn

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