PARIS — Marc Dorcel will release “The Dancer,” English director Kendo’s last production, on Sept. 1.
Kendo’s latest and last release spotlights the fiercely competitive world of the ballet — and the beautiful women involved who will do anything to get ahead.
In the first scene, we meet Jessica, who has just arrived fresh and flush for her audition. She directs her seductive attentions to the handsome composer Peter in order to secure a respectable position.
Reigning principal dancer Nathalie happily agrees to satisfy all the sexual whims of the opera director, James, which lands her in between two lustful men who pay ample attention to her ample bosom.
Just one day later, James passes over Nathalie for her young, blonde rival, who pleases him and his guest Dimitri during a night of oral sex, sodomy and double penetration.
The film stars Aleska Diamond, Donna Bell, Tiffany Doll, Sophie Lynx and Honey Demon in six scenes that Marc Dorcel calls “sensuous and hard, classy and perverse.”
Kendo’s “The Dancer” will be available on DVD and on DorcelVision.com on Monday.
Marc Dorcel praised Kendo for his perfectionism, sensuous lighting, affinity for glamour and ability to capture sexuality for both men and women to enjoy. His previous titles include "Rubber Lust," "Chic Sex," "Fashion" and "A Leg Fantasy."