Windrider

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Erin

More of a nostalgia ride for the 80s than anything else. But that's worth something.

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A.T.

The finest feature movie yet about one of the more accessible forms of recreational sailing! Human, adult, mutually consensual, tender lovemaking scenes make the 'ride' even more fun!! Ten out of 10. In fact 12 out of 10.

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