The first scene takes place in a cafeteria. Butch Lenny Ball and the very sexy Gerry Owen find cute Gaige Brody behind the counter the most attractive thing on the menu. Lenny wastes no time in going behind the counter and planting a hungry kiss on the sweet lad. He brings Gaige in front of the counter so Gerry can join in. Shirts come off and cocks come out. After licking Gerry’s pits, Gaige drops down to suck their cocks down to the pubic hair. Lenny then sucks the others; sexy Gerry goes last, really pigging out on their dicks.
With Gaige finally covered in cum, it’s on to the second course. Lenny sits on the lunch counter to feed Gaige cock as Gerry eats out the young cocksucker’s ass. Then comes the film’s one unique variation: Lenny grabs up two cucumbers and shoves them not only up Gaige’s ass, but Gerry’s as well. This is preparation for Lenny fucking both of them. Handsome Gerry taking a cock up the ass is hot indeed. This was a great scene.
Unfortunately after this the director reverts to his usual pattern.
Scene two takes place in the kitchen. Richie Rich, Georgio Black and Felix Slovacek are preparing lunch when a different hunger overtakes them. Felix is in the A role; Richie is in the B role; and Georgio is the C. (See first paragraph above.)
The third scene begins with Martin Hod makes a delivery to the restaurant where he is met by very handsome Otto Roberts (the patch of hair between his pecs is quite a turn-on). They are observed in their osculation by the film’s only twink (Alex Manchini) Alex will take on the B role to Otto’s A and Martin’s C. (Once again to follow the action simply insert the names in the pattern stated in the first paragraph.)
I was forced to watch this one over several weeks since life intruded so the unshakable pattern was not as annoying as it might otherwise have been. Yet it’s still a shame to have such beautiful and willing performers in a predictable pattern. If only the other scenes had offered the same inventiveness of the first scene this film would have sizzled. As it is, it’s still worth your attention.
Mr. Oldman directed his first film in collaboration with Brian Mills. Mr. Mills needs to return to Eastern Europe and give Mr. Oldman a few more pointers, and show him how to direct scenes that feature less or indeed more than his usual trios.