A number of things about this vid are just ... off-putting. First of all, the interview segments at the head of each scene are waaayyy too long, taking up what seems like nearly half of the completely uncalled-for 2-hour running time. During the second scene, the camera literally keeps rolling for at least three minutes on 19-year-old Kiwi Ling sitting on the floor with her legs spread while waiting for Guy DiSilva to show up.
Secondly, the man behind said camera, director/performer Fernando, is exceedingly effeminate, making it not a little laughable when he inserts himself into the action in the third and fourth scenes. (Picture Harvey Fierstein ramming a chick from behind and asking her how it feels, and you're pretty close.)
More unsettling, though, is that those third and fourth girls - Lolita Young and Yoko Takahishi, respectively - each seem to have something very wrong with them. Young speaks like a four-year-old with a lisp, frequently getting one of those corner-of-the-mouth spitwads common among the developmentally disabled. And Takahishi either doesn't understand a goddamned word Fernando is saying to her, or is so frozen with fear or shock or who knows what, that all she can do is smile blankly.
On the plus side, the first girl, Jasmine Pearl, is extremely cute, and goes positively wild with boyfriend Akili's long black dong buried in her very hairy hole. But as for the rest, Fernando would have done much better to take the "cut" approach.