I’m a huge fan of Candice B. There are literally thousands of beautiful girls in the Metart archives, and I have dozens, if not hundreds, of personal favorites, but Candice B is special, and she’s always near the top of my short list. And I’m far from alone in my affection for Candice B: she’s currently #6 on the global Top Models list. Pick her apart if you must, savor every delicious detail of her physical body, her modeling skills, and her personality, and you still wind up with girl who is far greater in total than the sum of her stupendous parts. Candice B has “a quality,” she’s got “it,” and I – among her many, many admirers – can’t resist her. From her Metart debut, up to this moment, I’ve loved anything and everything she’s done. And “Sinota” (or “Sidota” as one graphic artist dubbed it) serves up still more pure Candice B perfection.
Metart contributor Leonardo shot the vast majority of the pictorials and movies in Candice B’s portfolio. In fact, only two other artists — Albert Varin and Flora — have shot her for Metart. When I realize that Flora directed “Sinota” I sense that I’m in for a genuine treat. Flora is emerging as a major talent in the short movie format and the prospect of seeing her work with a cherished model like Candice B is irresistibly enticing.
And I quickly (and delightedly) discover that this two-woman team, director and star, deliver a delicious one-two punch of pure erotic cinema perfection. For eight engaging minutes we’re treated to visual beauty, tantalizing tease, beguiling personality, and sweet, steamy, eroticism.
Flora is an artist who knows how to achieve more by using less. “Sinota” is a study in minimal simplicity that places her star in a tastefully decorated bedroom, beautifully lighted, with just enough options to provide variety and visual interest. After that, it’s all Candice B.
Candice lounges on the bed, she’s bottomless, wearing a cream colored sweater and an elaborate pearl necklace. She is wonderfully expressive from beginning to end. There’s innocence, sweetness, honesty, flirtation, and genuine warmth in her performance. And she seems to delight in revealing more and more of her body until she’s completely nude and utterly and explicitly exposed. Neither Candice nor Flora is at all shy, and “Sinota” is filled with frame-filling views of exquisite intimate anatomy. Each revelation elicits maximum impact and beauty, and there isn’t a wasted second in the beautifully paced performance.
With solo piano providing the soundtrack and Candice moving from position to position, then stepping off the bed and providing still more charm and beauty while standing in front of a curtained window, “Sinota” is a work of erotic art that is both subtle and sensational at once. Very highly recommended.