Getting Away from It All
Getting Away from It All is comprised of five vignette-style sex scenes depicting couples on their vacation or getaway.
The style, set, and cinematography feel much like a modern soap opera. The scenes themselves offer a slow build with romantic shots of wine glasses and roses as well as a lot of kissing and slow removal of clothing. There is no plot and very minimal dialogue. Each scene begins with narration on joy, love, passion, etc., which might feel romantic to some and a bit sappy or corny to others. This movie has a mainstream feel with porn star bodies, heterosexual partners engaging in one-on-one sex, external ejaculation shots at the end of every scene, and a romance-focused tone.
One of our reviewers wrote:
"The sex itself feels very formulated as mainstream films sometimes do: fellatio, cunnilingus, three positions, and external ejaculations. This film has no anal penetration and just a few genital closeups. Condoms are worn for intercourse alone, somewhat negating the point of a condom. One scene includes external ejaculation on the actress's vulva, which she massages into her vulva.
On a more personal note...
I liked that the general style of the film felt somewhat current and that it would offer a very safe film for women and couples looking for mainstream porn with little outside of oral and vaginal intercourse. We also occasionally have folks looking for films that have one-on-one sex with a committed partner and this would fall into that category. The film may also be good for folks looking for little to no dialogue as the narration is at the beginning of each scene and could be fast-forwarded. The film had a commercial/preview for another movie as a special option as opposed to having to watch the previews leading up to the menu screen.
What I didn’t like is that the sex felt like it was part of a formula. This feeling was confirmed, at least in my own perspective, while watching the Behind the Scenes option. Watching the behind the scenes direction and the mechanics of this film pointed to why the connection and/or natural progression and movement of sex sometimes seems lost in mainstream porn which may also be in part because of editing."
Directed by Skye Blue. Produced by Wicked Pictures.
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