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Reviewer's Top Pick
Ideal for couples to watch together.
Low intensity sex scene.
Good filmmaking, high quality production values.
Includes scenes of heterosexual intercourse.

An Eternal Love

An Eternal Love is the debut entry of a new romance line from producer New Sensations featuring an absolutely exquisite couples fare about a young (18+) writer attempting to get over the death of her husband and move on. Though shot solely in and around one palatial house, the production values are incredibly impressive, with filmmakers employing everything from underwater photography to special effects in their quest to build erotic tension. The six performers are incredibly attractive, playing likable, relatable characters whose fates we care about.
 
Lead character Emily (Tori Black) dreams of husband Brian who has been dead for about 18 months. She still feels his presence in her home and is unable to move on. Emily’s gal pal Sasha (Lexi Belle) comes over and suggests they throw a little pool party and invites hunks Tommy (Johnny Castle) and Doug (Danny Mountain) over. The party goes inside, with Tommy accidentally surprising Sasha in an upstairs bathroom. He apologizes, ends up confessing his love for her, and Tommy and Sasha engage in impromptu sex on the bed.
 
Downstairs, Doug speaks to Emily of letting go and moving on. She is reluctant but becomes more willing to listen to Doug after he tells Em of having lost the woman he loved about three years ago. Passionate, sweaty sex ensues on the couch! Will Emily be able to get over her husband and finish her novel? Two major thumbs up from our reviewer!
 
 
Feature Runtime: 95 Minutes
DVD Extras: 54 Minutes