Portrait Of A Call Girl stars Jessie Andrews as a troubled high-class escort named Elle. Elle uses her vast array of sexual experiences with paying customers in order to obtain a better lifestyle and mask memories of her home life left behind. As Elle continuously visits a psychologist, her story unfolds on screen as she answers her counselor’s questions.
Unlike characters in many other sexual dramas, Elle is not your typical “woes is me” type of troubled female. Although her past is an obvious component within her choice to be a sex worker, she shows very little emotion throughout the film’s plot. Instead, Jessie Andrews delivers a wonderfully silent psychosis to contrast her wild emotional responses during sex. As she opens her own “Pandora’s box” of sexual arousal, Elle requires her encounters to be increasingly more devious to derive personal pleasure from them. Whereas having a real orgasm for a client is a fearful topic during her humble beginnings as a professional call girl, Elle progresses to taking calls for fetish role play and even masked group sex encounters.
Ever wanted to see Jenna Presley and Jayden Jaymes get drunk and cock hungry, then peel their shiny cocktail dresses off to fulfill their urges? Lucky you, so did award winning adult film director William H. Elegant Angel has brought us an all-star night out on the town in Party Girls. Jenna Presley, Asa Akira, Jayden Jaymes, Gracie Glam, Katie St. Ives and Jessie Andrews all put on their best slinky party clothes for two and a half hours of great after-party sex.
I have to say, this film did not peak my interest at first. We’ve all seen enough of the fake reality party porn style. Although, this cast effectively makes up for what the sub-genre lacks. With six of the top female porn stars, and male counterparts like the massively popular James Deen, the sheer sexual talent level made it a joy to watch. Party Girls gets two thumbs up from this camp.