Every detail of director Marlene‘s creation is perfect — the location, costuming, accessories, the camera work, editing, and the soundtrack combine to create an extremely alluring cinematic interlude. I’ve only critiqued one of Marlene’s previous contributions to Metart — a still photo series (and her debut as a Metart photographer), and here she proves equally adept with motion pictures.
The film was shot in a particularly scenic location, on the banks and in the rushing waters of a stream. Salomja A, clad only in a gauzy white blouse and a few well chosen pieces of jewelry — most notably a delicate anklet — is dipping her pretty feet in the water as the film opens. As “Presenting” unfolds Salomja presents more and more of her lean, lithe, and beautiful body. She takes a dip in the stream, eventually discards her top, and moves gracefully through a wide variety of pleasing poses.
There’s a soothing quality present throughout the film, underscored by the relaxing tones of the ambient soundtrack, the flowing water, and the natural beauty of the landscape. And Salomja, exquisitely beautiful and at ease, displays not only all of her delicious physical attributes, but also a sweet, sultry, sincere, and irresistible sexuality.
If you’ve ever imagined stumbling across a magical water nymph — or simply happening upon a gorgeous young girl skinny-dipping in a mountain stream — “Presenting” Salomja A is an extremely enjoyable erotic dream come true.