|Released||Oct 01st, 2002|
|Company||Rocco Siffredi Productions|
|Distribution Company||Evil Angel|
|Cast||Rocco Siffredi, Krystal De Boor, Dagmar, Sandra Russo, Caroline de Jaie, Bianca (I), Manuel Ferrera, Katja, Patricia (I), Angie (IV) (Hungarian)|
|Critical Rating||AAA 1/2|
Three long scenes of solid Siffredi sordidness that unfold in his prototypical free-form/anti-cookie cutter style and which once again demonstrate the Madman's World Class smut sensibility and his penchant for natural Euro-hotties.
The 50-minute opener pairs the Italian Stallion with Caroline, a brunette sorta-Domme beauty, and a second brunette, Angie. The 40-minute middle sequence has Manuel Ferrera taking on three luscious blondes - Sandra Russo, Krystal De Boor and Dagmar - attired (at least in the beginning) in sizzling black leather and PVC. The 40-minute closer casts Siffredi with Katja, a nasty little brunette, and Bianca, a very cute blonde in an adorable partial Santa Claus get up and monster heels that deliciously lace all the way up her calves.
Suffice it to say that Siffredi dips deep into his usual bag of tricks throughout AT9, which means that besides sucking, fucking and sodomizing, all three scenes are also full of rimming, hardware play (including a couple of flesh/dildo d.p.s), a little choking, serious gape, cum swapping, A2M, pretzel-like positions and other debauched delights (no toilet bowl dunking in this outing though. Damn).
Even so, AT9 is likely to impress newer Siffredi fans more than his seasoned ones. For those of us who have been marveling at Rocco's pornographic brilliance for years, this tape exudes an ever so slight sameness. Given Rocco's stellar track record, it must be hard for him to constantly have to outdo himself. Still, as has been pointed out in these pages previously, even three-quarter-baked Rocco is worthier than nearly everyone else out there at the very top of their games.
Pre-nom Animal Trainer (the line) in the same category it won in January, Best Continuing Video Series. And pre-nom Siffredi in the new category of Director of the Year (Body of Work).