Running time: 81 mins.
On a fashion shoot in Rome, Aria Giovanni encounters Anita Blond. What's not clear in Andrew Blake's 'artistic' Blond & Brunettes is whether this is Aria's fantasy or her seductive alter-ego.
In long, grainy black & white shots, accompanied by a mournful saxophone solo, Aria poses in sexy outfits while thinking of Anita. These are interspersed with disjointed colour scenes of the sometimes blonde and sometimes brunette Anita, as she teases and plays with the pussies of Kellemarie and Kyla Cole. The girls appear in various scenarios; Covered in sushi with Anita nibbling morsels from their breasts; Bound in tape in the courtyards of Italian villas; Wandering down the streets of Rome in fishnet body stockings; And dressed in uniforms, stroking each other with whips. All very surreal and incomprehensible.
At the end of the film all four girls appear together, but it's no clearer as to what it is you've been watching. Perhaps the film has some deep philosophical meaning which I failed to grasp. More likely, Andrew Blake has tried to be too clever and put style before substance.
Review by Dawn "Hot Totty" Birtle