Naomi Nevena – Forgive Me
Released: January 19, 2014
Love, it’s been said, is the international language. It crosses boundaries of geography, culture, and class and is universally sought after. And a lover’s quarrel, even if it’s in Czech, is also instantly recognizable. In Andrej Lupin’s “Forgive Me,” Naomi Nevena and Thomas Reed — both Czechs and both making their debut appearance in a Sexart HD erotic film — are having an argument in their native tongue. Things escalate, as these things have a way of doing. The pain and heartbreak on Naomi’s face is moving and genuine. When she’s had enough she exits, angry and upset, and heads for the sanctuary of the bedroom. Thomas Reed spends some time in reflective contemplation. He realizes he’s in the wrong and must make things right with the beautiful woman he loves. With a single flower in hand and a look of sincere contrition on his face he joins Naomi in the bedroom. Whatever trivial thing they were fighting about is quickly forgotten and they proceed to enjoy one of the benefits of a committed relationship — make-up sex! This isn’t rushed or reckless — both participants are intent on proving their love for one another and demonstrating, physically, that their fight is behind them and that their love it true. The connection these two newcomers share on screen gives extra weight and believability to the narrative, and it’s wonderfully easy to get swept up in the passion and ecstasy they share. Whether you’re in a relationship or not, “Forgive Me” will resonate and reward all who view it.