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I have to confess that I have not expended a great deal of time or effort in attempting to come to terms with the intricacies and subtleties of this movie's deftly nuanced plot. But, so far as I can gather, this is the essence of it.
Kerry (Conner Sorensen) has recently joined Bradbury Academy, an educational institution based in very up-market residential premises and populated by exceptionally handsome young men. But, with the exception of George (Chase Clarke) - who seems to have the hots for young Kerry - the other male residents (Whitman, played by Torran Kitts; Richard, played by Justin Michael Johnson; Chuck, played by Kyle Dondlinger; and Ted, played by Kirk Krause) make it their business to pick on Kerry and bully him, at least when they are not working out or taking very prolonged showers.
Little do they know that Kerry is possessed of supernatural powers, which he employs to exact retribution. Basically, he has the ability to give another person a telepathic orgasm, merely by thinking about him (or her) while he masturbates. So Kerry slowly works his way through all the other members of the household, causing them to blow their loads one by one. Whether or not this makes them think twice about bullying Kerry again is an issue which the movie does not explore in any depth.
What it requires, however, is for Conner Sorensen to spend a large portion of the film on his bed, in "tighty whities", assiduously playing with himself. It also requires the other members of the cast to experience orgasms when they least expect it, but generally when they are already in a state of partial or total undress.
Only a cynic would suggest that this sophisticated story-line exists simply as a pretext for getting six hot male actors to disport themselves in front of the camera while semi-naked and writhing in orgasmic ecstasy. But if anyone can come up with a more plausible explanation, I should be interested to hear it.
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