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Wasteland (Elegant Angel) 
(4.8 stars avg from 5 reviews)

Starring: David Perry, Toni Ribas, Mick Blue, Manuel Ferrara, Ramon Nomar, Alec Knight, Tiffany Doll, Liza Del Sierra, Eric John, Brian Street Team, Sarah Shevon, Lily LaBeau, Proxy Paige, Lily Carter, Xander Corvus, Karlo Karrera, Sparky Sin Clair, Sarah Shavon
Studio: Elegant Angel

Directed by: Graham Travis
Release date: 8/31/2012
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This is nothing short of an amazing adult feature film. From fantastic performances by Lily Carter and Lily LaBeau to amazing camera work, editing, and writing, this is one of the best movies to come out of 2012. Add in a full disc of extras that are every bit as solid and you have an adult release that deserves not just to be rented or watched, but to be purchased.
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It's been five long years since she's seen her high school best friend (Lily Labeau), when Lily Carter's ragtag bus pulls into Los Angeles. Polar opposites from the onset, Carter arrives to find her one-time bestie now a hollow shadow of her former self. Consumed with the harsh L.A. reality and all of its materialistic trappings, Labeau's jaded existence is characterized by dashed dreams, anonymous and meaningless sex, and her work in an area sex club. As the dramatic offerings play out, it turns out that Carter herself is also suffering from her own serious issues--namely the imminent loss of her grandmother and an overwhelming fear of being alone. Indeed, this film from Elegant Angel and director Graham Travis--"Wasteland"--is aptly titled, as it's a metaphor for not only the city itself but for both Carter and Labeau, as well...each in her own distinct way.
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Wasteland , from Elegant Angel , is this year's release from writer/director Graham Travis , and the follow up to his 2011 release, Portrait of a Call Girl.
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Portrait of a Call Girl 
(4.8 stars avg from 4 reviews)

Starring: Darla Crane, Mick Blue, Manuel Ferrara, Ramon Nomar, Jay Crew, Alec Knight, Johnny Fender, Danny Mountain, Tommy Pistol, Alex Gonz, Eric Swiss, Eric John, Zoey Holloway, Bill Bailey, Jessie Andrews, Mike Fromme
Studio: Elegant Angel

Directed by: Graham Travis
Release date: 8/26/2011
Previews: Movie Trailer
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This is an amazing feature. From the writing to the camera work to the performances, both sexual and non-sexual, this release amazed me. Jessie Andrews turns in the performance of a lifetime, and had me in awe from start to finish. Add in fantastic technical aspects and good effort towards the extras, and this easily comes out as one of the best releases of 2011.
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Elegant Angel presents a different scenario for them, a full length feature film that stars Jessie Andrews as Elle, a call girl who is trying to find herself. Just from the opening credits with the dark and brooding music, one could tell that this was going to be an emotional and realistic film. Directed by Graham Travis, Jessie is at her best in this one. Her acting is top of the line and she might have a future in mainstream. She conveys innocence, yet a maturity beyond her years, having been a call girl since a young age.
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"Portrait of a Call Girl" is an exceptional feature from Graham Travis and Elegant Angel that tells the tale of a call girl played by Jessie Andrews. In what may well be a career-making role for Jessie, this release is really something quite unique in the world of adult films. Not only is the plot realistic--and complex--it also successfully conveys a variety of moods and emotional scenarios that play out seamlessly in heading toward its ultimate goals. Jessie plays her part to perfection--with a certain innocence and decency that also mask a far more troubled interior--and she delivers intensely in a sexual sense, as well. By all accounts, this is something special--in a very good way.
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