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Bi-Sexual Nation

Released: Feb 01st, 2000
Running Time: 118
Director: Thor Stephens
Company: Thor Productions
Cast: Fiero, Jessica Jewel, Raquel DeVine, Paul Morgan, Rob Steele, Bruce Hill, Tom Matthews, Sharon Kane, Steve Shannon, Joshua Scott, Dave Nelson, Regan Starr, Amber Michaels, Anthony Stone, Cassandra Knight
Critical Rating: AAA
Genre: Gay and Bi

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SYNOPSIS

Stock for fans of bisexual stories.

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Critical Rating: AAA

This tale takes place in the future, where a radical bisexual group has taken over the government. Their goal is to make everyone practice bisexuality, even if they have to use force. There are rebels to contend with, but eventually the government tracks them down and makes them change.

Bi-Sexual Nation had the potential to be a really good video. It gains points for originality, but loses them due to the repetitive process each sex scene takes on. With mediocre sex (some good moments, certainly), poor acting, holes in the plot and misspelled words in the credit crawl, there was definitely room for improvement.


 

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Fiero
Sharon Kane
Paul Morgan
Cassandra Knight
Dave Nelson
Tom Matthews
Raquel DeVine
Anthony Stone
Joshua Scott
Bruce Hill
Jessica Jewel
Amber Michaels
Steve Shannon
Rob Steele
Regan Starr
Thor Stephens

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