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BED PARTY: Eden Alexander and Sebastian Keys

BED PARTY flips the porno script with a “Porno Vérité” documentary style look behind the private doors of porn’s public performers. Well-known within the kink community, Eden Alexander and Sebastian Keys have found love and beautifully sordid sex in their queer and pansexual relationship.

Director Shine Louise Houston and co-director Shae Voyeur break down the fourth wall with direct on-camera performer interactions. The result is an all-access and unfiltered glimpse into the personal sex life of this couple.

When’s the last time you saw a loving exchange of anal fisting and multiple orgasms? Puppy play, foot jobs, squirting, cum-swapping and loads of dirty talk are woven together with an honest yet playful tenderness. It’s in the comfort of their own home where they expose a deep intimacy and appreciation for each other.

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