Released: Oct 01st, 1999
Running Time: 120
Director: Rocco Siffredi
Company: Rocco Siffredi Productions
Distribution Companies: Evil Angel
Cast: Melissa (I), David Perry, Natasha (I), Mary Eleniak, Mikulova, Rainard Moser, Sharon (I), Narilove, Afrodita, Zenza Raggi, Chris Charming, Roberto Malone, Rocco Siffredi, Richard Lengin, Dalila (I), Margaret, Davie Renze
Critical Rating: AAAA
A kidnapping scenario, with three guys pounding away on a semi-bound victim, may nt play so well in certain areas; so be forewarned. Otherwise, a great vid worth stocking deep.
There's the balls-to-the wall, spit-swapping, anal-gaping vids from the Rocco of Prague fame… and then there's the more intimate - dare we say romantic? -- "Rocco lite," a side of the Italian Stallion's personality which dominates this entry. Which is not to say that RTAS7 isn't nasty, or that it won't satisfy your Rocco regulars. It will. But it's also the kind of fare a guy might show to a more daring partner, the kind who doesn't cover her eyes at George Romero flicks.
First up is a case in point: a scene in a dark garage where a parked motorcycle and its occupants (Rocco and a brunette) are framed in an almost blinding silhouette, climbing all over the two-wheeler in search of the best position for rear-entry action. While hardly subtle, we'd go so far as to call this tryst artistic, and suggest it for a pre-nom look. Same goes for a closing clench in a mansion with a tuxedoed Rocco and two doled-up girls (a redhead and a brunette). After plinking some Tchaikovsky on the grand piano, they wind up fingering each other with Rocco's expert tutoring. Quickly moving into a threeway, this sonata for 30 fingers and three tongues is worth a standing ovation for its numerous reinsertion shots. When Rocco whitewashes the redhead's butthole, the brunette performs an anal encore by felching out the melodic spoo. Roll over, Beethoven.
Also worthwhile is a tarmac tangle with a pretty female jet pilot and tell male mechanics. Somewhere in the middle is a very nasty threeway, which under ordinary circumstances we'd recommend. Unfortunately, the talent here needs some industrial-strength Clearasil.