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Released: Jul 01st, 2001
Running Time: 134
Director: Christoph Clark
Company: Clark Euro Angel Video
Distribution Companies: Evil Angel
Cast: Daniella (I), Ybolya, Sylvia Sun, Sheila Scott, Yogi Bear, Yann Scott, Nannes Beaumont, Brigita, Phillipe Dean, Leslie Taylor, Alexa Schiffer, Monica Moore, David Perry, Aca, Eniko
Critical Rating: AAAA
Clark fans, smokers, analholics.
Christoph Clark gives smoking selections that extol the virtues of sexual sin. There's lots of gluttonous gobbling of gonads and lusty licking of labia leading up to a carnival of carnality that burns hotter than Hades.
For a glimpse into the vice of Clark's vixens, take note of the first scene's guy-penetrating-a-girl-who's-penetrating-another-with-a-strap-on fun, each of them stacked one on top of the other like a sexual tower of Babel. Clark also wins points with his final restaurant scene, with the sexual heat of performers prompting the young and (mostly) old patrons to doff their duds, and witness the debauchery unfold.
But if it's smoke you see, it's not coming from brimstone, but rather a subtle undercurrent of what's considered the by some as today's most sordid sin -- smoking. While by no means a smoking video, seeing people smoke (usually cigarettes) matter-of-factly is a nice slap in the face to those who want to eliminate all fun. But the second scene smokes with a Euro-guy puffing on his Cuban puros watching the two Euro-gals mash gashes with a purple man-meat strap-on substitute. He gives one of them the real thing, the girl filling her oral fixation with his cock, and filling his with a Romeo y Julieta.
Clark's missive on sin gets points for technical details as well. He uses artificial and natural lighting in the third sex scene to highlight a well-composed and furious b/g fuck.
With its sex and scenery, Hardball 12 shows how the art of sin can be divine.