Fathers and Sons 2 (2015)

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Dirk Caber ... David
Nick Capra ... Mark
J.D. Phoenix ... Riley (as JD Phoenix)
Ian Levine ... Casey
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Adult | Romance

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Canada

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English

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10 June 2015 (USA) See more »

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Decent chamber piece, minus any incest
14 July 2016 | by lor_See all my reviews

This successful series (already up to 4 editions released) has a chamber piece for Volume 2, involving just 4 actors in the entire cast. That leaves very few sexual permutations, and auteur Nica Noelle leaves out the incestuous variations, concentrating on the other 4 match-ups.

It's a wintry scene at Nick Capra's New England home, where his old college buddy Dirk Caber visits Nick and Capra's son Ian Levine, with his own grown-up kid JD Phoenix in tow. They even have a snowball fight out front, which is referred to in the accompanying BTS short subject almost parodying these idiotic "bonus features" and their inane interviews: "Is that your first snowball fight in a porn film?". As if it ever snows in Chatsworth, CA.

The structure is formulaic: Nick seduces JD while Ian seduces older Dirk; the two kids hump together, and ultimately the old fogeys discuss the rather rampant local sexual activities, then suddenly renew a 1-shot tryst they had back on campus decades earlier. Nick is the top and Dirk the bottom.

Not much of a story for Nica to tell, but the cast is quite convincing both in their acting and in their sack action, so it makes for pleasantly diverting boy/boy XXX romance. The auteur's usual open-ending approach was a bit disappointing for me this time, since the 90 or so minutes went by without any real confrontation or resolution to the sexual and emotional involvements stirred up during this visit. And in this series, the stories do not continue in sequels, each volume starting over with a new cast of characters.


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