|Cast||Adam Rosa, Tomas Sebastiani, Alex Ferrari, Honza Kozel, Peter Stallion, Gregoire Chevalier, Eloy Martinez, Roland Brinski, Rocky Oliveira, Lucas Rocha, Carlos Montenegro, Maurico Goldstein, Rodrigo Ferrais, David Vega, David Salazar, Carlos Caballero, Fernando Marques, Victor Souza, Marco Hansom, Oldrich Smile, Viktor Vesely, Tibor Cernan, Matthias Vannelli, Thomas Hrebec, Sergio del Castillo, Tommy Alvarez, Alexandro Gonzalez, Rocko Magnus, Jean Franko, Lucas Lucky (II)|
|Critical Rating||Not Yet Rated|
|Genre||Gay and Bi|
We’re not sure what the record is for most cum-shots in a release, but we’re betting this two-part movie from Kristen Bjorn — spanning two discs and nearly five hours — just might set the record. With an average of about three loads per model per scene, fans will be drenched in close to 100 squirts from 30 models in eight scenes, with all of them having at least three men at one point. Jean Franko and Rocko Magnus run out of gas and their car stops on a mountain road in the middle of the country, where fun awaits. In typical Bjorn fashion, each scene is like four scenes in one, with multiple sequences keeping the models busy — and all of them are always stiff. Bjorn’s camera and sets are perfect. Of the countless highlights are any scene with the verbal Franko and Gregoire Chevalier, whose passion and boners are off the charts; a four-man suck sequence framed in a doorway in scene two; a fuck chain in the conclusion of Part 1, with smiling David Vega in between Rodrigo Ferrais and Rocky Ribeiro (aka Rocky Oliveira); the massive boner Marco Hansom maintains as he sits on Tomas Sebastiani, who later takes two dicks in his ass in a Pre-Nom for Best Threesome with Tibor Cernan; and the chemistry between Carlos Montenegro and Chevalier, the hottest pair here. There’s also an orgy and plenty of models licking up their own cum. Also Pre-Nom Best Director, Picture, Foreign Picture, and Videography. (The mail-order version includes 45 minutes not in the retail version.)
RETAILING: Bjorn doesn’t put out as much product anymore, but when he does, it’s an event.