Eric Edwards and Joey Silvera star as a pair of sex-starved buddies who have somehow taken possession of $100,000 and slick roadster that happens to be able to fly. The flick follow the ...
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Eric Edwards and Joey Silvera star as a pair of sex-starved buddies who have somehow taken possession of $100,000 and slick roadster that happens to be able to fly. The flick follow the guys on a quick-cutting series of erotic adventures as they travel the world in search of salacious sweeties. They pretend to be film producers,seducing youthful beauties with tales of starry nights and Hollywood heat.Written by
Incoherent is too mild a term of criticism for this big-name-cast junker from Europe, shot during the porno chic era by the folks at the Beate Uhse organization.
Director Alan Vydra was capable of quality movies (see: "Fireworks"), though that is not implied here. It's merely a jumbled series of sex vignettes starring the team of Joey Silvera and Eric Edwards, on the loose in a snazzy roadster in Frisco or on vacation in Germany.
Footage is randomly dispersed over the course of a thankfully short running time (not much more than an hour). For example, a BDSM segment with lots of rubber, gas masks and other fetish gear is begun early in the show, but only resolved much later on, pointlessly. It features an impressively stacked Euro actress whose face (under her gas mask) is never shown.
Many of the biggest stars of the theatrical porn era were hired, but stupidly they are all dubbed in English by other voices, their English-articulated acting apparently shot MOS or scrapped. Jesse St. James suffers the most here, pouring on the exaggerated passion to no avail.
It makes no sense, and is quite a strain to sit through as the viewer is forced to try and put it together, not unlike watching something out of focus.
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