Beautifully shot and cutely cast, Nick's Garden Party has everything but pace, and maybe it doesn't need it. Just watching the peach-skinned young domestic couple in the first half prepare a picnic lunch for 26-six minutes might be pornographic enough for some viewers. The two cover-Eurotwinks pack groceries into a car trunk in a supermarket parking lot, giggling, get home, elevator up and start making lunch, giggling. One's in just a bun-baring apron and the other waves a cucumber, but all they end up doing on the gleaming, clean floor is, the blond rides luxuriously on the brunet's cock. But they look gorgeously soft and squeezably pink among the gray Monel metal and the red tomatoes. Then they set up, leisurely, a canopied picnic table on an enormous grassy lawn beside a cornfield. Five more honeys arrive bearing brew. Everyone kisses and drinks, then strips and gets to it, looking like color-snapshots from a scrapbook. Sunshiny bun-shafting alternates with more picnicking, and, an oddity nowadays, smoking! It's all just about as pretty as it can be. Then they all go to a fun-fair with swirling rides, and dance on a river-boat under fireworks!
RETAILING: Euro-twink fanciers will love this leisurely, mostly outdoors romp.