Cane Honey


Length: 17 mins

Director: Montiel

Performers: María Riot , Tommy Cabrio

Guest stars:

Photographer: Ana Cuba

Tags: Romance , Massage , Music , Oral Sex , Vintage , Very Spanish , Cheating , Passionate

Based on The Sevillana Dancer a confession by Anonymous

Spanish folklore, flamenco & infidelity. 

Cane Honey is a theatrical Spanish movie that tells a story of infidelity between an experienced flamenco dancer and a younger married man. Set in a folklore universe in southern Spain, the movie takes inspiration from the work of the Spanish painter Julio Romero de Torres and the song Andalucia La Que Divierte by the 70s singer Pepe Suero. Against a backdrop of the candlelit flamenco dancer’s dressing room, adult performers Maria Riot and Tommy Cabrio meet for a sensual and erotic rendezvous.
Erika's comment
This erotic movie was inspired by the confession The Sevillana Dancer written anonymously by someone who visited Sevilla during a summer in Europe and dreams of seeing the flamenco dancer that once captivated their attention once more. Maria Riot is the perfect person for this role and captures the eroticism and emotion of the story perfectly. If you like Spanish cinema and erotica, this one is for you. 
Trailer, behind the scenes & extras

Behind Scenes

Interview: María Riot

Interview: Tommy Cabrio