De Standaard gives a glowing review of Adorn

Posted on April 30, 2022

By Jennifer Lyon Bell

"They drive each other completely crazy before he slides into her for the first time...I could swear I could feel both Sadie's and Parker's excitement. That even his erection felt like mine." - Eva Berghmans, journalist, De Standaard (Belgium)

 

Our Adorn team was surprised and pleased to see such a thorough and flattering review of Adorn in the major Belgian newspaper De Standaard.

The journalist Eva Berghmans covers not only the concept and idea behind Adorn, but her own physical experience of watchingh the film.

 

“Blue Artichoke Films, Jennifer Lyon Bell’s production house, makes what she calls ’emotionally recognizable’ porn. Emotion: That must be what I’m missing in most of the little porn I’ve seen so far. In Adorn, sex is something that happens between two people, something that is born of a desire they induce in each other. Her performers watch each other, react to each other. They don’t simply perform sexual acts, they explore the ‘psychology of their characters’ sexual boundaries,’ with great care for each other. And OMG, that’s horny. I could swear I could feel both Sadie’s and Parker’s excitement. That even his erection felt like mine.” — Eva Berghmans, De Standaard, 30 April 2022

 

Enjoy the original Flemish version and our own English translation here.

 

De Standaard – Eva Berghmans – Geil And Blij

De Standaard – Eva Berghmans – Happy and Horny

 

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