Released: Mar 01st, 2004
Running Time: 96
Director: Frank Thring
Company: Hustler Video
Cast: James Brossman, Steve Hooper, Claudio Melloni, Claudia Clio, Dora Venter, Jessica Fiorentino, Lucy Lee, George Uhl, Edina Weisler
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Above-average couples\' fare.
George Uhl and Jessica Fiorentino play a vacationing couple in St. Tropez who decides to screw outdoors in a secluded area of the tropical paradise. Eventually, the two get into some pretty serious anal action, and Fiorentino takes a wicked blast on her face. What the pair doesn't realize though, is that Dora Venter has been spying on them the whole time.
Venter later approaches Uhl, and tells him that she's an "actress" and that she wants to put him in a movie. Uhl agrees to stop by the set to check things out, and guess what? It's a porn shoot. Venter explains that she's really an adult star, and she tries to coax Uhl into a carnal career while they watch Claudia Clio do scene by the pool with two studs. In addition to Clio taking a solid slam in every hole, the scene also features some crystal clear underwater videography of Clio receiving underwater love that's very impressive.
Venter's effort to get Uhl to do porn is successful, naturally, and the two get to work right away in a scene, along with Edina Weisler, that while relatively hot, seems to go on forever as the threeway cuts back and forth from footage of Fiorentino masturbating alone in the hotel room.
After Uhl goes back to Fiorentino to explain himself, make-up artist Lucy Lee (the one from the Czech Republic) has to fuck the director and an actor to keep her job. It's the best scene in the vid. Lee is gorgeous, and her d.p. steals the show.
It turns out that Fiorentino - not happy with Uhl's choice - leaves Uhl, allowing him to become a full-time porn star. This decision culminates in an average six-person orgy that includes plenty of anal. It's worth mentioning that this feature actually tries to be dramatic and offer insight into the choice of becoming an adult star, but shooting a drama with actors and actresses who speak English as their second language is very ill advised. Still, it's a valiant effort all around.