Bruna Surfistinha (which means “Little Surfer Bruna”) is the pen name of a Brazilian sex worker who became crazy famous by blogging about her experiences with clients. At the height of her popularity, she was appearing on television, in magazines, in porn, and she even wrote a book called “The Scorpion’s Sweet Venom,” which became a movie starring Deborah Secco. Here’s some sexiness from that movie!
Even though the clip above shows nothing but Bruna doing the dirty in various stages of her life, you still get a good sense of the pacing and plot arc in the film. Timid first times and rough experiences lead to good writing, public exposure, better clients, and new friends, and then things start to turn dark, the light leaves Bruna’s eyes, and the sex remains. Sadly, we don’t have any nudity that shows us how the story ends, but we’re already hooked on Bruna so we’ll be watching it for ourselves.
· “Bruna Surfistinha” (imdb.com)