Nice video of this superb girl!
This video bothered me quite a bit. I guess it's because the latter half of the video looks like it takes place on a roof top deck. All I could think about is how one clumsy moment could see Sabrisse plunging to her death.
What really pisses me off, though is that who ever paid to have that deck constructed didn't pay to have fencing cover the "pool" area. At the end of the video, I cringed when I saw Sabrisse walking along the ledge.
I shouldn't be doing that when gazing upon a beautiful nude woman. The prospect of something going wrong (which didn't happen since Sabrisse was around to produce content published subsequent to this film) and her falling off prevented me from enjoying this film.
OMG! She made me sooooooooooooooooooooooooooo H-A-R-D!!! I liked it!!!!
This is quite a nice movie, all in all. I have a few thoughts:
1. I don't find the music selection as out of place as some others do. For the rock genre, that's a pretty laid-back tempo, so I think it works fairly well if a power ballad is going to be the choice.
2. Sabrisse seemed to find her own hair a little unruly that day, particularly in the first couple of segments in the city. Maybe there was too much of a breeze. I don't know if anything can be done about that sort of thing that would still let her have the look she wants and that fits her best. I love long hair on a woman, and of course that goes double for one like her.
3. Someone else mentioned eye contact. Yes, good, I say! But I noticed Sabrisse seemed to be directed to look toward the other camera station (i.e. not the active one at the moment) at times, which was a little odd-looking. Now I haven't seen her other movies much, but ever since she came on the scene, her eyes have always struck me to the core. If she were to have some extended gazes straight into our (my) eyes, longer than what we got in this movie, I don't know what I would do. Sabrisse, think of it--your eyes have such power!
Sabrisse is off the charts, even by your exceptional standards. I'd do pretty much whatever she wanted.
I was there in Sitges when Luca shot this movie. Sabrisse is simply amazing, the perfect muse for a filmmaker who loves to shoot outdoors and understands how to capture the erotic spirit of such a beauty. Soundtrack really fits it, too :-)
Haha, I just read the comments on this and I see a lot of disagreed about the soundtrack. "To each his or her own!" :-)
As long as I see a lovely woman walking toward and away from the camera, I could care less what, if any, music is playing. "I hate to see you go, but love to see you leave" moments are one of the best things about a video for me.
Sensational film from one incredible young lady.Well done.
Couldn't ask for a better video of Sabrisse. Sabrisse looks phenomenal and Luca's videography is flawless.
As I mentioned on Flora's last video, it adds a lot when the model looks into the lens and "makes eye contact" with the viewer. It makes us feel as if we're a part of the action and brings us into the video with her. It makes the video a much more personal experience for we viewers.
My only minor complaint is the soundtrack music. It was too frenetic for the pace of Sabrisse's posing. She was doing these slow, languid movements, while the music was setting a blistering pace. This needed something with more of a slow, bluesy sort of tempo. This isn't the first MA video that I've seen where the beat of the music doesn't fit the model's pace.
Sabrisse is a marvel of nature, both adorable and sultry at the same time. A rare and delightful combination. I love seeing her in motion. Too bad about the background music, though. It really doesn't fit at all.
Wonderful video, if you play it on mute. :)
Glad to see I'm not the only one who reached for the mute button.
I like the eye contact Sabrisse makes with the camera.
I wish all of you models did this.
OK, I just can't let this opportunity by...
Nice architecture! ...and Sabrisse's figure ain't half bad neither! (;
She is stunning...as always...
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