Castings 7 (124 min.)
Featuring: Anita Dark, Demia Moore, Bagheera, Audrey, Coralie, Stasha, and Julie
Synopsis: It's another Woodman casting.
Overall: Don't let the cover fool you because the rest of the women aren't really attractive. Unless you like listening to the interviews, I don't recommend this for the sex in it because you will be very disappointed.
DVD Quality: Since the footage is relatively old, the footage looks like regular 8 or VHS quality. Finally, there is an option to hear the French without the terrible English dubbing.
Extras: The Pierre Woodman interview is slightly informative and explains why he uses the same male talent. He uses the same male talent because he trusts them in compromising situations, especially when they are in a country where it may be forbidden to make a porno movie. The other reason is that he doesn't want to introduce some "new blood" into his circle because it may lead to a STD.
Likes: Demia Moore and Coralie
Dislikes: Anita Dark and Stasha
Coralie looks as if she is from Moroccan/Algerian descent because she has those unique eyes. Fortunately, there are English subtitles instead of very poor English dubbing. Although she may not be as thin and tight as today's pornstar, she does a good performance from "The Tower 3."
Demia Moore, although she introduces herself as Kata, will forever be remembered for her "Capetown" performances. The interview is insightful and the first thing noticeable is that her English is outstanding for a Hungarian. She is very conversant and can convey her feelings effectively. I was expecting an edited clip from Capetown, but Woodman includes a scene from Triple X 8. The scene that starts in the frigid Alps makes its way to the bedroom where she takes on two men until they cum on her face.
There was some confusion as to whether Anita Dark and Anita Blonde were the same person. Let me put that confusion to rest. The freckled faced Anita Dark has sagging tits while Anita Blonde has perfect ones. The casting session isn't much of one and instead her segment launches into one of her scenes where she shares the stage with Valentina. Personally, I don't think much about Anita and she was very overrated in her career.
FINAL THOUGHTS: I don't recommend this unless you want to see a candid interview of Demia Moore.