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(3.8 stars avg from 2 reviews)

Starring: Nick Stone, Jeff Baron, Rick Randy, P.J. Dixon, Ian Mathis, Julian Morino, Ricky Amman
Studio: Daddy Oohhh

Release date: 9/22/2003
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The Little Details Running Time: 81 min. Production Date: 2003 Director: Miles Strayhorn Cast: Nick Stone, Jeff Baron, Rick Randy, P. J. Dixon, Ricky Amman, Ian Mathis, and Julian Morino in major sexual roles and Tom Spade, Trey Anubis and Evan Teed in minor sex roles and bonus footage. The Short Story Initial Expectations: I wanted to check out a couple gay movies, and due to YogaGrrls excellent review, this seemed like a great one to check out. Initial Reaction: It left much too much unexpressed for me. Who Should Watch It : Anybody wanting artistic gay porn that doesnt push things too far Who Should Avoid It: Anybody wanting hard gay porn or not a lot of oral action The Technical Stuff Audio /Video Quality: The technical aspects are way on the artistic side. The audio of the performers comes and goes, but is normally pretty well balanced. The video is much more artistic. Its often on the dark side and a bit soft.
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Cast: Nick Stone, Jeff Baron, Rick Randy, P.J. Dixon, Ian Mathis, Julian Morino and Ricky Amman in major sex roles; Tom Spade, Trey Anubis and Evan Teed in minor sex roles and bonus footage. Director: Miles Strayhorn Writer: Cock Robin, based on a book by Gore Vittle. Production date: 2003 Length: 81 min. Extras: An 8-min. bonus scene "in the raw," 4 min. of behind-the-scenes footage and 18 min. of trailers (for all five of Daddy Oohhh!'s previously released titles). Audio/visual quality: Much of the camerawork has a documentary feel, allowing the viewer to experience the maze of hallways and rooms right along with the performers. The setting is Basic Plumbing, a Seattle sex club sparsely furnished with oversized industrial and art objects. At odd moments, this dark and surreal environment reminds me of Wakefield Poole's Bijou, a movie which I very much like. The lighting tends to be somewhat dimthe undersaturated colors almost approach sepia tones at times. This does fit the atmosphere very well, however, and it does not prevent the action from being seen.
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