I've been pretty hard on Jeff Coldwater and the features he's directed, but in this quasi-documentary, Jeff finally seems to have found his niche. His profile of Lee Caroll, who's been in the business since 1979 or so, is easily the best thing he's ever done. We are given five scenes to show the various sides of Lee: a gang bang that is more like a rehearsal or an outtake but is still fascinating; a superior girl/girl scene with Teddi Austin; a B & D encounter with Jack U. Late, which really demonstrates Lee's use of language that would make a sailor blush; a one on one with Ron Jeremy, and finally a solo scene.
Interspersed are comments by Bill Margold, Bobby Hollander, Peter Davy and others which don't seem rehearsed. This feature is both informative and hot (a rare combination), and Jeff should try other legends in future outings. How about Sharon Kane?