Anissa Kate is a gorgeous fucking woman and "The Widow" is an easy watch for fans that want to see Kate get fucked from three corners. Typically such a polished movie with such prim young women doesn’t get me off but I found “The Widow” filled with nothing but really hot moments and surprises.
In particular it has a premise that is rife with a surprise ending.
In it, Anissa Kate is the brutally sexy widow of a business executive who wants to low ball her on the company when he dies. He spends his time away from home with a prostitute, and she desperately wants a relationship with him.
But he’s urging her that theirs is just a fling and a cheap affair that he uses for sex and only for sex.
Along the way there are some wonderful scenes of fucking including a maid and businesswoman taking on Anissa’s rival, and Anissa taking on three chauffeurs in a parking lot. The entire film leads up to the arrival of Anisaa Kate who looks fucking amazing in the film, and it’s a thrill watching her get reamed at all ends by three good looking fellas. Marc Dorcel’s direction is immaculate, giving off an “Eyes Wide Shut” vibe that works for the film’s scandalous feeling.
All the servants and women are fucking one another and I loved how there seems to be a competition against Kate’s own. There are two buxom maids (Szilvia Lauren and Cayenne Klein are amazing) fucking a businessman, a confrontation with a business woman and another threesome that caps off the events. But in the end it’s still really tough to top Kate’s own segment. Kate is prepared to do business, and she is confronted with three chauffeurs, all of whom fuck Kate hard.
She sucks all three one point, and then gets fucked hard along a stack of tires and even gets a DP with her eyes on her men at all times. Kate is a juggernaut and becoming one of my favorites of the medium. Director Marc Dorcel really outdoes himself with this picture as the ending really hits on all fine levels giving a purpose to the hot events that precede it. It’s a definite XCritic’s Pick.
The audio and visuals are fantastic. While the dubbing for the foreign dialogue can be a bit dodgy here and there, it adds to the film’s exploitative feel. Dorcel’s photography is just stunning and makes the film feel so much more arousing and enticing.