In the past I’ve asked commenters to recommend their favorite MetArt erotic videos. Today I revisited the list of suggestions. At random I chose “Intensita,” a suggestion from a reader who uses the moniker “Nonsense.” That must be an inside joke, because after viewing the movie, Nonsense’s observations made perfect sense. He wrote: “A classic shower video with a lot of energy…Angel plays direct to the viewer.” And he is absolutely right on all counts.
This is my first experience with Angel A. She is a dark haired stunner with a curvy body and a beautiful, ample bosom. From the first frame she has my full attention. As it happens, this is my first opportunity to comment on a creation from legendary erotic artist Erro, and I’m more than eager to see what this team have concocted.
Angel A. is nude, wet, and in a shower when the movie begins. The music is propulsive. The editing is quick, with a distinct rhythm. The camera is in constant motion. And, as Nonsense promised, Angel plays directly to the camera. And that isn’t the only playing she does, not by a long shot! With a chrome, hand-held shower nozzle, Angel A. has a devilish and delightful good time. She aims the stream into her open mouth, she plays the water across her amazing body, she teases her intimate areas with the tingling spray.
This is not simply a record of a naked girl taking a shower! This is a teasing, tempting, mouthwatering, pulse-quickening erotic adventure. Whether standing upright, practically dancing with delight, or spread out on the floor and directing the warm flowing waters wherever they will have the most powerful visual impact — and one can only assume by the looks on Angel’s gorgeous face, tactile impact, as well — the images and action here are engaging, engrossing, eye-popping and completely entertaining. Thanks to Angel A. and Erro’s masterful filmmaking skill, “Intensita” is hot, wet, and wonderfully wild.
I’ve mused, mulled, expounded, theorized, and even joked about the sometimes cryptic and occasionally opaque MetArt naming convention. But, in the case of “Intensita,” there is no decoder ring required, no insider information needed, no translation app necessary. “Intensita” is intense, and very, very highly recommended. (And thanks, Nonsense, for the recommendation!)