Friday, 13 June 2014

Snow White XXX (3 Stars)


This is the first in Axel Braun's series of pornographic fairy tales made for Wicked Pictures. It tells the story of Snow White as we know it, except that the dwarves are off camera and only hinted at. Axel managed to get Evan Stone to walk on his knees for "This ain't Game of Thrones XXX", but I doubt he could find another six actors to do it. That would have been almost as humiliating as to be pushed around by Jessica Drake.

This is the first film I've seen starring Riley Steele, who plays the title role. (After checking IMDB I saw that she appeared in "Pirates 2: Stagnetti's Revenge", but it must have been a small role because I don't remember her. I'll have to watch it again). She was recently signed up by Axel to appear exclusively in his films. I can see what he likes about her. She has an innocently cute face and a near perfect body without any tattoos to spoil it. So tell me, magic mirror, who's the fairest of them all? Riley Steele or Kristen Stewart? Is it even necessary to ask?

I was very distressed to see that the actors in the film used condoms. That's something I've never seen in any of Axel's films until now. At first I thought that it was to comply with Measure B, but after doing a little research I discovered that Wicked Pictures has required condoms for all penetration scenes for years, "in order to protect the safety of its performers". This is absolutely ridiculous. For years the top porn studios have imposed frequent sex tests on all their performers, ranging between monthly and fortnightly. It's only the smaller, sleazier film studios that require condoms and do without the tests.

Many performers complain about discomfort if they have to have sex with condoms for many hours a day. "Vagina burn", they call it. I can't comment on that, I can only speak for myself as a viewer. The lack of condoms gives a fantasy aspect to the film, whereas using a condom brings it down to Earth. It's normal sex. Apart from that, it's a matter of historical accuracy. At the time when the story of Snow White took place condoms hadn't been invented. This small detail spoilt the story.

It could also be questioned how effective the use of a condom really protected the performers in this film. For instance, in the first scene Alec Knight (the king) performed a threesome with two women. After withdrawing from one woman he entered the other. If one of the women had been infected with an STD it would have been transferred to the other woman. In another scene Barrett Blade (the huntsman) rips off his condom after penetration so that he can ejaculate into the queen's mouth. What sort of protection is that?

The film is good, very stylishly made with opulent music. I'd give the film itself four stars, but I'll subtract one star for the condoms. Despite being a big fan of Axel Braun, from now on I'll boycott all the films he makes for Wicked Pictures.

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    1. Thank you for your praise, Rakhibul. What's your opinion on Measure B?

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