Time: 33:23, Director: Angie Rowntree, Date: 2015
Screenshots: On our Tumblr
Cast: Madeline Blue and Gee Richards
Source: 1920×1080 downloaded from Sssh.com
Todd, Rebecca's husband, is "gone", and she is in deep mourning. We do not find out what has happened until the end—and no, we will not tell you.
The film begins with romantic scenes of them together, going about their daily lives. Rebecca then recounts the beginning of their relationship—and how there came to be a dungeon in their basement. We watch them share New Year's Eve in bed together—once, and then again, through the years, the sex being relatively conventional. Todd then reappears, down in their dungeon, which she is unsuccessfully trying to make herself pack. It has been her dream to see him one more time, to make love to him one more time, and so she does. What happens at the end is extremely powerful and moving, and it allows her finally to move on.
The story is perhaps a bit on the corny side, but no more so than a lot of "romantic porn". And it is a deeply touching tribute to...well, make sure you watch through all the credits if you want to know to whom.
The sex scenes are wonderful, and the camera work is fantastic. The sex is shot intimately, but without the usual medical shots. We see plenty of both of them, too, and we are offered a real sense of the love they share, and how it is expressed through their love-making. But it is not a perfect film. The music is sometimes too loud, obscuring their own sounds. And there are places in which the acting is wooden, and just not very good.
Nonetheless, this movie pushes the boundaries of what porn can be, and even with its flaws it is a work of genius. Watch it.