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Released: Jul 01st, 1994
Running Time: 75
Director: Paul Norman
Company: Sin City Entertainment
Cast: Rocco Siffredi, Buck Adams, Kim Chambers, Gerry Pike, Tara Monroe, Nicole London, Tammi Ann
Critical Rating: AAA
Director Paul Norman should know by now that special effects like floating goblets, disappearing sex partners and a gadget that lets Rocco glide across the floor without seeming to walk are, taken together, no substitute for plot — of which there is none. And if I never hear that droning, gloomy music again...
Christina Angel is the head of a modeling agency that wants business from Drax (Rocco), and Buck Adams is there in the same capacity — but that's quickly forgotten once the sex starts (or possibly not, but the dialogue is spoken so low as to be inaudible, so who can tell?). Nicole London is up first, but after she takes a faceful of Buck's jiz, she literally disappears, only to reappear being plunged doggie style by Alex Sanders, who also eventually delivers some fluid to her face.
Much better is Rocco's tryst with the deliciously zaftig Kim Chambers, which starts with some foot-sucking and goes energetically through just about every position except anal, while Tammi Ann stands and sits around in the nude with apparently nothing to do.
For some reason, semen is being collected in crystal goblets, and Selina St. Clair gets Gerry Pike to donate his drams. Finally, Christina gets her shot at some hot loving, but she has to share Rocco with Tara Monroe. Don't worry, gals, he's got enough for both of you, as he plunges one, then the other, as they lie on top of each other.
The tape fades out unsatisfactorily with a girl/girler between Nicole and VixXxen. Someone should have told Mr. Norman that ending that way is a bad idea, and that it's a good idea to tie up what little plot elements there are before the fade-out — but I guess somebody thought he already knew that. Score all points for hot sex and ambiance, none for story, and you've got the whole picture.
A beautiful black-and-white boxcover will attract crowds, so order accordingly.