New Review of Le Marquis de la Croix

Mila Joya and Jac Avila in Le Marquis de la Croix
Mila Joya and Jac Avila in Le Marquis de la Croix

Mila Joya and Jac Avila in Le Marquis de la Croix

A brand (spanking) new review has come out of Amy Hesketh‘s Le Marquis de la Croix in The Beverly Hills Outlook!

In it, Charles Lonberger writes, “(Le Marquis de la Croix)… is a master class in film direction, courtesy of Hesketh herself.”.

Wonderful, bravo Amy!

You can read the full review Right Here!

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Georges Bataille

In essence, the domain of eroticism is the domain of violence, of violation.

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