Series: Devil In Miss Jones
Director: Gerard Damiano
Approximate Running Time: 01:06:43
2008 AVN Award Nominee for Best Classic DVD.
XRCO Hall of Fame Movie!
AVN Top 500
Justine Jones, a spinster in her early thirties, takes her life--not because of anything that happened to her but rather because nothing ever happened to her. Each day a void, a nothingness, piled up on the nothingness of the day before.
Confronted by the devil and faced with spending an eternity in hell, she imposes the hypothetical premise: If I had my life to live over, I would live a life filled...engulfed...consumed by lust!!
This sets in motion a series of erotic encounters that reach far beyond the range of human experience--an in depth study of sexual behavior that transcends the norm and blooms into a true form of erotic art.
"One of the all-time erotic masterpieces." --Hustler Magazine
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Trying to "get past" the datedness of classic porn is like trying to "deal with" Casablanca being black & white. You just don't do it. Sure, the hair, make-up and décor are a little cheesy, but the seventies styling of this renowned film, as well as the actual acting, are what really make it such a pop culture icon. Two-sentence synopsis: After committing suicide, Miss Jones ends up in limbo and finds out that she can't get into heaven because she took her own life, but can't go to hell because she was just too good. She makes a deal to come back and go to hell after she's sufficiently "lusted" enough and is granted a limited second chance for sex--and she takes it!
This film goes from morbid and dark, to sensual and erotic, to double penetration and cock worship, all in about an hour. I love the idea that Miss Jones is given a "teacher" to rid her of her inhibitions, though he's not exactly kind or much of a listener. And there's a random scene with a snake _ she puts it in her mouth and I just don't get it. Maybe some sort of metaphor for evil? (maybe Eve and the snake?) Anyway, this movie is a classic for a reason. Heck, even my mom has seen it. You should, too.-J.D. Bauchery
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