Very good critique on the last scene, Anon. It sounds like a winner if you forget about o/y and turn the sound off. Note that what makes it (sound) hot is the good predatory dom roleplaying by the "older."
The predatory dom role is very well defined so we should see it well executed much more often, if that's what the marketing and maybe the plot indicate. Of course it's rare - not common. And ones done well are even less common. But they are out there. Sometimes not where you expect to find them either.
Ignore the plot, watch the roleplaying is rule one for me.
I completely agree with you, nbsy, about "Sharing the Bed". I especially loved that last scene between Shyla Jennings and Sasha Heart. But really the whole movie was excellent, with the Syren DeMer/Sasha Heart being the only weak scene, and that qualified, for me, as good, just not great.What I may have liked best about "Sharing the Bed" was that Girlsway produced it fairly straight, and with a minimum of "winking and nodding" by the director and performers--which tends too often to be Girlsway's default style of storytelling and filming. (the Reena Sky/Chanell Heart scene is also played pretty straight).Another Girlsway DVD that I often mention in connection with "Sharing the Bed" is their production titled "A Wife's Affair" with Abigail Mac and Vanessa Veracruz as two stay-at-home wives who first, out of apparent boredom, have started an illicit affair. Now, as the film opens up, the affair has blossomed into a full blown passionate tryst, with both ladies seemingly unable to control their lust for each other anymore.
"If you enjoy EVERYTHING with naked women in it, including guys watching in the background and/or girls wearing their high heels in bed, you probably won't care about the criticisms that bother me - but if you DO care about things like weak direction & lame scripts, then I can tell you a few things!"My point, as always with you Anon, is that you deliberately portray folks who don't see things your way--be they commenters or especially writers & directors--as caricatures. They are straw men that you can easily knock down with "finger-wags" such as: they must "like weak direction and lame scripts". It never occurs to you to write something like, "Since it has so often been the case, that my review of a given girl/girl movie has been the only negative one posted, it is obvious that my views and tastes are idiosyncratic and peculiar to myself. Therefore I will post my review, but refrain from labeling or attacking script writers and directors as "weak or lame", since it is clear that my views in that regard are strictly my own, and do not reflect any consensus."