Gazzman is nearly synonymous with London's Harmony Films label, for which his "Young Harlots" series is the best in its jail-bait class. This expert all-sex effort is enhanced by his ability to create just enough framing story to keep it from being boring (and also benefits from a relative conciseness to the sex scenes).
Megan Coxxx hosts most of the way, effervescent as she tells us of her hedonistic life style, and demonstrates same with a hot masturbation scene to open the show. Action takes place mainly at the club where she and her friends go to have fun, with Lou Charmelle and Kit Cox (billed just as Kit) also narrating their vignettes.
Charmelle gets the showiest spotlight, delivering in an assortment of d.p. positions sandwiched between Danny D and American import James Deen. Smacking of a contractual commitment, Megan keeps mentioning "James Deen" by name over and over, while the other players have the benefit of portraying more purely fictional characters.
The consistently high-quality of the sexual content and the general joie de vivre of the principal players sets this apart from the usual gonzo junk on the market. Another stylistic plus is Gazzman's use of wide angle lenses (think of the Kubrick Space Station scenes in "2001") for distortion in his trademark low-angle sex scene close-ups.
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