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The Man Who Loved Women

The Man Who Loved Women

Released Dec 01st, 1993
Running Time 80
Director Fred Lincoln
Company Sin City Entertainment
Critical Rating AA 1/2
Genre Feature



The fact that The Man Who Loved Women got lensed at all is a testament to the professionalism of director Lincoln and performer Rocco. Britt Morgan, who had an appendicitis attack and had to be rushed to the hospital, was replaced at the last minute by Devon Shire.

Then, wouldn't you know it? Rocco arrives on the set in the throes of post-keratotomy and the lingering touches of Montezuma's revenge – factors which didn't make him an active camper.

All these gremlins aside, The Man Who Loved Women substantively bears scant resemblance to either the French film or the American re-make. It stands on the relative merits of Rocco's three sex scenes – all threesomes – which derive from a plot about his trying to set some kind of world's record with Debon Shire and Joey Silvera covering the event.

To some extent, because of Rocco's physical malaise, the vid just doesn't work, though the rudimentary script doesn't help it much, either. Rocco carries on scene to fruition wherein he nails cute Laurie Cameron pretty good, but his other two vid appearances are hailed by sperm and energy-conserving plot-induced coitus interruptus. Traci Prince, however, acquits herself admirably in one of the mixes.

Silvera's kitchen table topper with Devon Shire looks fairly decent, but the action of the vid's girl/girler between Brittany O'Connell and Chelsea Lynx could pass for a still photograph. Also in the cast: Chanel, Eve and Diva. Market in your growing Rocco section (this one has a nice box), but keep in mind, this is not one of his plus ultra performances.

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