After a two-year stint in state prison, what’s it gonna take for Raylene to walk the straight and narrow? Paint. And an art dealer who believes in her. The question is…can a girl go from gang colors to watercolors?
Latina fans and couples looking for a plot to go with their panocha-poking will love this movie. — AVN
Raylene is a former chola and aspiring artist fresh out of the pinta who’s trying to walk the straight and narrow, but who finds it hard when her homies keep showing up with heaping handfuls of trouble. Case in point is the nasty little Sapphic foursome that breaks out when Dee, Chandler and one other rapacious little ruca show up to Raylene’s place of employment and drag her into the back room for a little welcome-home clitty-nibbling and strap-on-stuffing.
One thing leads to another and the neighborhood soon has Raylene back in its clutches, although the gang-banging she returns to – taking it up the ass from Bobby Vitale, Mr. Marcus, Tony Tedeschi and Erik Everhard in succession in the bed of a tricked-out pickup, for example – is a little less destructive than some other forms known to flourish in La La Land.
Alas, in the end, the barrio and its homicidal subterranean currents take Raylene under, but not before she’s had at it in suitably hot one-on-one scenes with Mark Davis, Vince Vouyer and Ian Daniels.