I’ve critiqued four — count ‘em: 1, 2, 3, and 4 — MetArt pictorials featuring Dominika A during my blogging tenure and she’s never failed to impress me. But natural beauty and considerable modeling ability do not necessarily guarantee a successful motion picture performance. As I’ve mentioned previously, while there is some overlap, the skills of each discipline are different. In posing for a still photo the model must only maintain her pose and expression for the duration of the exposure. On video she must project and express over time, any hesitation or false step is recorded.
In “Parusa” any hesitations or false steps are absent, and Dominika A proves that she’s equally adept in front of a still or movie camera. I can’t honestly say I’m surprised, but I will say I’m quite pleased to have made this discovery.
The pace and progress of Luca Helios‘ production is deliberate, measured, and leisurely. The model walks past some shops, enters a room, and slowly removes her clothing, piece by piece. Seeing Dominika in motion is a treat — and the camera takes great care to capture every graceful movement, and every luscious inch of her svelte physique.
Total nudity is reached at the 3:37 mark and Dominika A spends the remainder of the film lolling languidly on a circular bed. There is a subtle undercurrent of sexual energy here and even though she is alone, and despite the fact that there is only the mere suggestion of self-pleasuring, the mood is unmistakably erotic.
As Dominika shifts positions and assumes a variety of poses on the mattress we’re given a comprehensive tour of her tempting body, including her arresting intimate assets. If you’ve enjoyed Dominika’s still sessions “Parusa” will only add to your appreciation of this talented beauty. For those who’ve yet to view her, this movie provides a lovely and leisurely opportunity to get acquainted.