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REVIEW: Harvest Lake

“…It wants you. It wants us all…”

Fresh in 2015 from friends and Directors’ Brian K. Williams and Scott Schirmer who need no introduction, along with a great bunch of actors and actresses who put their heart, souls and bodies on the line…

To bring us something very different.

Something to contemplate and consider.

Something to satisfy.

In more ways than one.

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A supported venture with an initial limited 250 Blu-ray Edition, this one is due for wider release 18th March.

Serene.

Beauty.

Scantily clad.

Nature at its finest.

Calling…

Loving…

Dripping seed.

Taking your very sense…

Of being.

Submerged in all its splendour.

“Time to do a bit of whoring around.”

As friends join one another.

To experience nature…

Remote…

First hand.

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Playful banter and friendships that are true…

Can be shared.

Like a Garden of Eden…

Tempting you…

Subconsciously.

Choosing one for its very own…

In waves of orgasm…

So deep.

Forbidden fruits dripping nectar…

As another joins the party to ensure everyone is “satisfied”…

Superficially.

Not yet experiencing true pleasure.

Like a serpents tongue…

Taking it all…

In.

Realising all.

As you drink…

Like it’s Mother’s Milk…

As if it was destined to be…

Becoming the very essence of life itself…

As orgasm hits new heights…

Beneath the shallow surface…

Of our existence.

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78 minutes that holds you and grips you in its surreal like grip. Taking in nature. Taking in flesh. Such simple delights. Beautifully portrayed.

Acting that is prepared to “go there” along with creating a sense of true friendship and connection…

Between themselves and the audience.

Beautiful cinematography and a soundtrack that further enhances the feeling of the movie.

Intrigue that never leaves as even the viewer themselves is tempted…

Before revealing all…

That you want it to be…

In how you see it for yourself.

Basic instincts truly satisfied.

Bravo!

“Scratchy” Pete Ellott

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