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astroknight's review on 8/17/2003
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Running Time: 74 min. Production Date: 10 / 05 / 2002 Director: Anders Manga Cast: Julie Robbins, Victoria Givens, Brooke Ballentine, Brandy Clark, Bill Tyler, Skye Oxford, Duane Vein, Nick Justice, and Sam Sharp Initial Expectations: Anders Manga and Pandora have impressed me with every one of their features so far. Ive been told this one is a little different, but I still cant help but go in with high hopes. Initial Reaction: Its one of the few pornos Ive watched that afterwards I wasnt sure what I thought. Its very artistic, very dark, and yet also pretty hot. Who Should Watch It : Anybody who likes extremely artistic porn and dark movies Who Should Avoid It: Anybody wanting happy, bright, fun porn Audio /Video Quality: In their first few releases, Pandora had a few problems with their technical aspects. Thankfully most of those problems seem to be a thing of the past. The audio is clear and well balanced for the most part, although there is a bit of grain in some parts.
YogaGrrl's review on 7/25/2003
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Cast: Julie Robbins, Victoria Givens, Brooke Ballentine, Brandy Clark, Skye Oxford, Sam Sharpe, Nick Justice and Duane Vein in sex roles; Bill Tyler in a non-sex role. Director and writer: Anders Manga Production date: 10/5/02 Length: 73 min. Extras: Interviews with Victoria (9 min.), Brooke (7 min.) and Julie (4 min.); 4 min. of outtakes; a 4-min. music video; and trailers for the feature and Girl Show 2. Audio/visual quality: The technical aspects of this disc are very good. The camerawork is competent, and Manga's characteristic editing stylewhich includes scattered jump cuts, monochrome and masksis fun to watch. Because of the relatively low lighting, shadows and grain are present in some scenes. A crewmember's shoe is briefly visible at one point, but I haven't spotted any other potential distractions. The soundtrack is original. As I've come to expect from this director, the music's eclectic range of styles supports the different types of scenes. Other than an occasional bump against the microphone, there are essentially no audio flaws.