The world is at her feet. The prettiest feet you ever came across. Footwork is five off-beat vignettes about foot and leg fetishes starring the sexy and slinky Briana Banks. She plays everything from a secretary who seduces a janitor, a goth lesbian in college, and a hooker who is disgusted by her clients. Not to be outdone, Nicole Sheridan plays a babysitter and Voodoo is her hair band loving boyfriend. And Kimberly Kane and Wendy Divine are two horny students who seduce their teacher and a fellow student. If it's tales about toes where anything goes, Footwork is a step in the right direction.
Watch the official Foot Work 2004 trailer in HD below.
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