Blessed with a quality cast, THE FLYING DOCTORS ranks among Italy's best and most stimulating pure porn films, helmed by Mario Bianchi..
Issued on DVD under the more in-your-face moniker THE FLYING SLUTS by the estimable Video Search of Miami, this resembles a long stag film rather than a real movie, but that's to its advantage. Each scene has a simplistic set-up and it's on to the XXX action as quick as a wink.
Spotlighting the great tag team of Sarah Young and Rossana Doll, who were memorable together in Bianchi's classic LUCRETIA BORGIA, film has a very silly premise of the gals cast as medical doctors who fly light planes. The connection between the two professions didn't make sense to me, as they didn't need to travel to remote spots like the cast of current TV series "Off the Map".
What we see in the opening is the duo in green jump suits piloting their planes. When they land, two airport mechanics hop aboard and hot & heavy sex ensues. This is inter-cut with an equally strong bout between a beautiful land-locked administrator lady and her mate. Both Sarah and Rossana do d.p.'s to get the film into high gear right away.
Bianchi has filmed the sex scenes with creative camera angles and an eye to delivering quality sex footage -far more stimulating than his usual mechanical filler offerings. That, plus the enthusiasm of his talented leading ladies, is what makes FLYING DOCTORS lift off.
For the remainder of the film, Sarah & Rossana don white lab coats, only to quickly doff them (to reveal terrific lingerie underneath) and service various patients of both sexes and other administrators. For me a highlight was a threesome of Sarah with Christophe Clark and Erica Bella (soon joined by a fourth guy, necessary for more d.p. action), but Doll also has her moments. Bianchi provides a good balance between lesbian sex and the usual, with anal sex being the film's calling card.
Picture ends with the gals back in their respective cockpits flying off to nowhere, but getting there was arousing.
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