Released: Jul 01st, 2003
Running Time: 137
Director: Paulo Banana
Company: Elegant Angel Productions
Cast: Rio Mariah, Angel Long, Billy Banks, Ashley Moore, Mandy Bright, Layla Santos, Ashley Blue, Frank Gun, Tala Velize, Benjamin Pratt, Manuel Ferrara, Ashley Long
Critical Rating: AAAA
Director Paulo Banana cleverly starts this vid with Layla Santos, a long lean Brazilian beauty who teases us and Manuel Ferrara by slowly, teasingly stripping down to bra and panties before landing in the arms of Ferrara, who pushes away the crotch of the panties and replaces it with his tongue as she moans softly. Then she gets his cock in her mouth and it's his turn to moan. When she climbs on him, they both moan, between the gasps. As he fucks her to orgasm, a guy walks in to use the can and joins in. Joins in her mouth, to be precise. They both eventually use the mouth when they come.
A g/g/g with Ashley Long, Angel Long and Ashley Moore is up next, thank you very much whoever cast that, with some strap-on and ball gag action before it's over. Mandy Bright lies out on the beach before she goes back to Banana's temporary pad and lays Frank Gun. Talia Velize and Benjamin Pratt drop by to check out a vacant apartment - and they are sufficiently impressed with Banana's raw porn footage enough to try shooting some themselves. They do a teasing scene, including toy play, with a feeling of intimacy. Rio Mariah, Banana's neglected girlfriend, finally gets him out from behind the camera and is about to get laid when Ashley Blue and Billy Banks call to answer Banana's ad. While Banks and Banana negotiate, Blue and Rio start to play with each other. This turns Banks on, and he jumps in, against the wishes of Banana. ("This is my girlfriend.") A good time is had by all, except Banana, who dutifully records the goings-on all the way to the pop.
There's a good sense of casual fun in this vid, with people fucking like it just occurred to them to do so. Some tech drawbacks drop the score a little, but there's nothing wrong with the sex. And that's what it's all about, isn't it?