As the Black Plague ravaged 14th-century Europe, a privileged few sought shelter away from the disease-ridden towns in stately country manors. In Boccaccio's original Decameron, a group of such sojourners whiled away their days telling stories, many of which were decidedly lewd. What we get here is essentially the principal cast of director Damiano's Hamlet films, brought back for more high-end smut based around literature most moderns have never read.
The setting is a banquet hall, in which male diners and female beer wenches decked out in period costume swap tales detailing their various debaucheries. These lead to some fairly hot pairings, but things don't really get rolling until Sarah Young begins inhaling the medieval man-meat of her fellow diners. Young quickly becomes the sticky center of a swirling cluster-fuck expertly choreographed by Damiano. After handily absorbing a blistering d.p., Young takes a series of sperm flurries to the kisser in the sticky finale. Cute Euro-starlets, nice photography and a fiery performance by Young.