Extremely poor "reality porn" effort from once-leading director on the outs
Antonio Adamo, once upon a time, was a leading Euro Porn helmer, with some interesting works to his credit like the long-form videos "Private Gladiator", "Virtualia", "Cleopatra", "Code Name: Mata Hari", and later a lavish daring! Media epic "Roma". But this silly exercise made near the end of his career shows us plenty of nothing.
My biggest surprise came during the end credits. A pointless and empty porn video that seemingly could have been made by a minimal 4-person crew lists upwards of 50 personnel, including the no-name cast. Most Adult features hundreds of times better than this one are released with virtually no credits at all.
Premise is lame beyond belief: We are supposed to be watching a TV show called "Win a MILF", in which George Uhl portrays "DJ Max", not a vinyl spinner or scratcher but merely an English-speaking front man for perhaps the most dubious reality TV concept since Mark Burnett was still in swaddling clothes.
Surrounded by his partners in goofiness, Keni Styles and Christian David, there is a mindless contest wherein the trio interview and hump various MILFs in order to decide with which of their daughters they would like to hook up. No prizes are mentioned and other than the cryptic "it's in the genes" implicit connection, I couldn't figure out what the point was.
For the porn audience the point is lots of humping. The game show packaging adds nothing to that, so growing-senile-by-the-minute Maestro Adamo ends up turning in generic porn. Not quite a saving grace is the lovely set of locations as backdrop to sex, shot in Antigua. I guess in its heyday, headquartered in Spain before moving 7 years ago to Holland, daring! Media liked to throw around the big bucks.
With 3 moms and 3 daughters on the payroll, my favorite was Renata Black, who hooks up with Keni Styles for some IR action. She has fabulous dark nipple cones which give her a most distinctive look. Like all the women in an Adamo movie she likes to stare intimately directly at the camera during her sex scenes, an AA trademark which gets old in a hurry.
A minor mystery is listing of Leonardo Conti in the cast for the end credits: I had just seen him in a new release of an old movie "Diary of a Secretary" made around this time, but there are only 3 males on screen in "Win a Milf's..", and he ain't one of them. My best guess is that because AA shot two features back to back (the other being daring!'s "Caribbean Connection"), Conti got listed in both sets of credits, while only acting in CC.
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