Released: Jul 01st, 1999
Running Time: 139
Director: Joey Silvera
Companies: All Blew Shirts, Evil Angel (EA) Productions
Distribution Companies: Evil Angel (EA) Productions
Cast: Joey Silvera, Taiza, Luiza, Christian (I), Fabio (I), Others, Milena Rio, Cassandra Wilde, Jazmine (II)
Critical Rating: AAAAA
Say \"Please!\" (to be specific, \"Please!\" 2) and your customers will say \"Thank you.\"
Lock up your hijas, Joey's loose in Brazil.
This one starts with a tight close-up of a champagne bottle
which pops as we get a look at a girl who says her name is ?
(maybe you pronounce it like
And this is just the first half of the first scene. It gets better.
Jazmine poses topless on a beach with a big bodybuilder guy, hanging off his impressively muscled biceps before she heads off to a hotel room with him and another guy for a little one-on-one-on-one. Cassandra gets her scene started on the way to the hotel as one guy sucks her tits and she returns the favor on his dick and he returns the favor on her pussy in a moving car in traffic. Eventually she's with two guys on a glassed-in sunlit patio with a pool and an outdoor shower with a very handy set of grab rails at various heights. This scene goes on for 20 minutes before Joey does a reverse shot of the jaw-droppingly beautiful view from the patio. Milena poses with handcuffs and a ball gag, but the come off quickly and she's giving Fabio (not that Fabio) the full Milena in no time. Joey finger-fucks her and she does the "Aí/Oy" routine before she gets a full facial and a big kiss from Fabio.
All-anal, with a couple of d.p.s as well, if you're into keeping score. The people are hot and natural, the scenes sizzle despite their length (when Joey takes a half hour, it's because he needs a half hour), and the two hours and change fly by and you are not sated, you want more.
Pre-nom for gonzo feature, pre-nom for Joey for direction, pre-nom – and Christian's contribution for Best Anal Scene, and if Joey can crank out the minimum annual requirement for this eligibility year, I think "Please!" is a contender -- contender, hell, shoo-in -- for Best Gonzo Series.