When an established artiste (Dana Dearmond), an ambitious young intern (Chastity Lynn), and the Hollywood high-life all mix, the result is a heartbreaking powder-keg just waiting to go off. Such is the case in “Paint”, an exceptional release from B. Skow and Girlfriend Films. Indeed, Skow and his cast have outdone themselves in this heartrending flick about an age-defying lesbian romance that blossoms despite the obstacles and trials placed in its way. With strong acting from all of the participants, an excellent script, high-end production values, and scorching sex, this film truly defies being pigeonholed into any given category. It has lesbian themes, but it isn’t solely for lesbians. It has couples appeal, but it isn’t uniquely for that audience, either. It features a steamy anal sequence, but it’s certainly not just for the rain-coaters. Indeed, there is something here for everyone, and it all comes together quite well. In blurring the typical lines that define genres, it can probably best be summed up in three little words—“it simply works”.
The action kicks off with Dana Dearmond painting in the nude to an elegant piano number, when a prospective live-in intern, Chastity Lynn, sneaks in behind her…suitcase in hand. Both women are inspired by the goings-on, Dana by her artistic vision and Chastity by the masterpiece that is Dana. A touch of crotch-rubbing later on both of their parts, and Dana discovers that she’s being watched. A bit of playful banter ensues, and Chastity is then given the full tour of the place. Both women express their mutual interest in one another, but Dana has to go out for a meet-up, so nothing transpires.
A cut to later finds Chastity listening through the wall of her room to discover that Dana’s brought back Veruca James, a prospective model for her work. It’s clear that Veruca, much like Chastity, admires Dana and would do anything to work with her. Using this to her advantage, Dana seduces her right there in her bedroom (Scene One). What follows is an intense and passionate romp between the two women, who show a clear chemistry between them. Fingers and tongues are put to good use, and Veruca spends a decent amount of time licking Dana’s backside. There’s some oral foot-play, plenty of sexy positions, and Dana makes Veruca beg for her to impale her with a strap-on…which she ultimately does. This sexy encounter closes out with both women satisfied and in one another’s arms.
A cut ushers in the morning, with Chastity and Dana exchanging their views on life, art, and the prior evening’s noisy affair. Of course, one thing leads to another, and Chastity finds herself asking Dana if she “makes her wet”. Dana’s response is to tell her to go check for herself, and what follows is another delicious lesbian romp…this time with Chastity doing all the work (Scene Two). She crawls under the table and works Dana with her fingers and mouth (shorts pulled aside and then off), and the only thing that Ms. Dearmond can do is sit back and ride the wave…which she does to a sexy orgasm.
A variety of short sequences show the couple working together, growing closer, and ultimately continuing in their love-making. They’ve clearly fallen for one another. Of course, something isn’t quite right, as Dana sneaks in on Chastity one night while she’s sleeping and snaps a couple of photos. Chastity awakens as it’s going on and isn’t pleased, though she feigns unconsciousness.
The next day, Dana and her agent (Alec Knight) bring home an apparent douche-bag Hollywood type, Ryan Driller, who’s interested in buying some of Dana’s work. Of course, Ryan takes an interest in Chastity, as well, and—after he drops the ass-hole façade, shows his true self, and notes that his uncle is a famous artist—Chastity kisses him. Dana’s standing in the hall hearing the whole thing, so when Veruca James pops by to check in on her, she jumps at the chance to take her to the bedroom (off-screen). Ryan and Chastity continue to converse, as Dana’s and Veruca’s moans permeate through the walls. Realizing that she and Dearmond aren’t “exclusive”—and still unhappy about the photos of the night before—she decides to take advantage of the situation and give Ryan a go (Scene Three). The sex that unfolds between the pair is sensual and erotic, and Chastity is as cute as ever. She takes him into her mouth for some sexy oral work, and he then takes her orally and in a variety of vaginal positions. The festivities close out with a load on Chastity’s bush, followed by a kiss. Strong scene!
The next morning, Chastity awakens and finds Dana crying softly upstairs. Serious damage has clearly been done to their budding relationship. A bit later, this fact becomes painfully obvious when everything comes to a head, as the two have a massive blow-out. Ending in Chastity leaving / getting thrown out and Dana going on a drunken rampage throughout the place, this is clearly the “dark moment” in the flick.
A cut brings in Ryan banging Chastity up against a wall in an alley (softcore). He answers his phone mid-fuck and heads inside. Chastity goes in after him to find Dana’s manager (Alec Knight) getting it on with two girls (Lea Lexis and Leilani Leeanne), and she leaves in disbelief (Scene Four). Ryan chases her down outside and notes that he’s set her up with a show, that she can live with him, and then asks her to rejoin them. A cut brings in the original trio—Alec, Lea, and Leilani—getting it on. The initial double-blowjob work, while brief, is sexy…and the fucking that follows is hot and varied. There’s girl-on-girl action, boy-on-girl action, and both of the women take a good pounding—anally as well as vaginally. Ryan and Chastity are occasionally shown playing around with a plate of spaghetti on another sofa in the room, and both ladies do ass-to-mouth (out of Leilani’s bum). To cap off this raucous romp, Alec pulls out of Lea from a doggie-style vaginal position, and Ryan tells Chastity to go take his load. She lies down over a cushion, and he unloads right in her mouth. She spits it out on the floor and heads back over to Ryan, as Alec continues to fuck the ladies. Wow!
A bit later, Chastity’s waiting for “her” show to start, and she comes to find that no one cares about her art but, instead, whether Ryan is going to show up. Apparently, he’s doing it all with her—and the two girls / “artists” from the prior scene (Leilani and Lea)—to keep stringing them along and to keep getting in their pants. While the other ladies don’t care, Chastity does, and an insensitive text message from Ryan sends her over the edge. Fortunately, Dana decides to show up, and—after the two women mend the fences—she gives her a gift and some flowers. The gift, as it turns out, is a piece that Dana made from the photos that she took that night.
Her epiphany now complete, Chastity realizes where she and her heart truly belong, as she blows off the show and heads to Dana’s place. She discovers the heartbroken artiste drinking on a sofa in her loft, and the pair almost immediately finds mutual solace in one another’s arms. Makeup sex is apparently the best, as the two women delve into a sensual encounter involving fingers, tongues, and even feet (Scene Five). It’s clearly a loving scene, but the heat is still maintained throughout. By the time that all is said and done, both of the ladies are fully satisfied and back together to live happily ever after. Beautiful.
In terms of extras, one finds the trailers for both this release and another B. Skow film, “Voila”. There are also two photo galleries—one hard and one soft—and there’s a bonus sequence featuring Penny Pax, Veruca James, and Kris Slater from the production “Voila”. A BTS segment would have been nice here, but these are still nice special features.
In all, this is a unique and exceptional release from Skow and Girlfriend Films. The acting, script, production values, and sex are all superb. Moreover, there is something here for everyone, and it’s all blended together perfectly. This title is highly recommended and may end up being one of the better features of the year. It’s worthy.
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