“Introducing the Russo Twins” is an excellent production from B. Skow and Vivid that showcases a new pair of female twins that the company has (more or less) discovered—Tati and Taylor Russo. They are clearly true twins, as they are essentially identical…and, as such, there isn’t really much twin-to-twin contact in this film (for obvious reasons), though they do have scenes together. It’s fairly clear that Vivid isn’t interested in pushing the incest envelope with this one, which is fine. Fortunately for the viewer, however, the sex is generally quite hot regardless.
In terms of this sex, Tati and Taylor perform together (though without any meaningful contact between them) in a boy/boy/girl/girl sequence (Scene One), in a girl/girl/girl/girl sequence (Scene Three), and also in a boy/girl/girl sequence (Scene Five). Scene One brings them together with Jerry and a bald, tattooed performer whose name escapes me. The action takes place in a warehouse office setting (for lack of a better descriptor) and features a good deal of side-by-side, mirrored positionings between the pairs. There is some nice oral action on each of the guys, with one twin blowing him and the other sucking on his nuts, and the festivities come to a close with the bald gentleman blowing a load on Taylor’s face—followed up by some oral cock clean-off—and then Jerry delivering a facial to Tati—followed up by some double oral cock clean-off by the twins. Overall, this is excellent material.
In Scene Three, Tati and Taylor get it on with Halie James and Celeste Star in a living room-like setting with light brown walls and leather couches. The foreplay is hot here, and everybody gets the finger, tongue, and dildo / vibrator treatment. Tati also gets rimmed by Celeste Star, and—before all is said and done—some side-by-side masturbation takes place. This is another excellent segment!
Scene Five brings the twins together with Johnny Sins in yet another excellent romp. Johnny enters the scene while the ladies are in a bedroom, side-by-side, and masturbating with vibrators. The trade-off blowjob action in this one is hot, as is the side-by-side, trade-off fucking of the women that Johnny does. There are also a lot of good oral/vaginal combos—with Johnny eating one twin while boffing the other—before the romp is capped off with a facial for both of the ladies—hot!
The remaining two scenes involve each twin in a separate boy/girl encounter. Both of these segments are excellent, as well, with Tati taking on Tommy Gunn in a dungeon-like room with a red sofa (facial ; great heat and camerawork here ; Scene Two) and with Taylor taking on her male lead in a storage area on a painting drop-cloth (pop-shot to the chest, neck, face, and mouth ; Scene Four). These twins really prove themselves in this film.
Some other items are also worth mentioning. Ads play upon inserting the disc, but they can be skipped by pushing the “Menu” button on the remote. The website watermark is still in the lower-right corner in this production, but it doesn’t really get in the way. Additionally, the production values here are strong, and the editing and camerawork are top-notch, as well. Finally, it should be noted that there is a good deal of interview material interspersed throughout the film—typically before the scenes—which serves as a nice means of getting to know the twins.
In terms of bonus materials and other options, there is a fun “Behind the Scenes” featurette that is about 22 minutes in length. There is also a “Photo Gallery” option that plays through a slideshow of “pretty-girl” shots and stills from the production, and there’s a “Previews” section that gives a choice of four trailers. The advertisements are found here once again, this time under “Vivid Extras”. These also include an FSC anti-piracy public service announcement. Finally, one finds a “Bonus Scene” that involves a Lindsey and Lacey Love boy/girl/girl encounter (from the production, “Love Life”). Overall, these are solid bonuses.
All things considered, this disc is exceptional. A good deal of this has to do with the production values and camerawork, but the role of the twins shouldn’t be undersold, either. Of course, it would have been nicer to have seen more twin-to-twin interaction…and a bit more of the boundaries being pushed…but it is certainly understandable that this wasn’t done. Overall, I’d say pick it up!
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