Year Released: 1978
Studio: Hand in Hand
Director: Jack Deveau
Cast: Malo, Will Seagers (Matt Harper), Larry Paige, Garry Hunt, Paolo Gorsky, Hugh Allen, Pepe Brazil, Ed Wiley (Myles Longue)
"How pleasing it is to hear laughter during sex." - Bob's Bazaar.
This narrated gay sex film, from the 1970's when Hand-in-Hand and Jack Deveau were making the best in gay porn, stars Paul Hazzard (body-sculpted Malo) as a teacher from Manhattan who tries to escape a lifestyle of "too much sex" by foolishly renting a house on Fire Island for a month.
Shot on location, the humor, plot and feasible dialogue that are trademarks of Deveau never seem to come completely together, making this a silly, pleasant film that has some very good moments.
Much realism, though, is created in the actor's performances and true lust for one another! A sex-starved student, Dennis (played by Larry Paige), tracks him down to satisfy his crush while Paul's voice-over says, "We stared holes through each other all semester."
Malo proceeds to fuck his ass and work his foreskinned cock to orgasm as we watch in large, excellent close-ups. Larry later joins hunky Matt Harper on a boat for 69ing, rimming and an ass-filling, capturing natural lighting and intense, hard cocks reaching hot orgasms. Fun-loving friends soon arrive by ferry.
His randy real estate agent (played by Garry Hunt) involves him in an orgy and the four-way includes jockstraps, harnesses, face-fucking, face-sitting, a redhead, beard, rimming, a Latin character, and more! Malo later tricks in a tent with a humpy beach bum with a huge cock, Myles Longue.
Myles ends up fucking the man while sucking on his cock! This scene is a bit dark as it is filmed at night, but silhouettes and interesting angles allow for intimate voyeuring and fantasy to work. Some escape! Malo is a wonderfully handsome leading man with a beautiful physique and oodles of charm.
Adonis-type bodies, hard and large dicks, and unusually good acting and dialogue make this a good Hand-in-Hand release.
Another review from our previous catalog:
Fire Island, New York's gay summer playground, might seem an unlikely vacation spot for someone who wants to get away from men, but when your name is Paul Hazard (played by the strikingly chiseled Paul Malo), you're always thinking one thing and doing the opposite. Paul, a New York based dramatics instructor, is big, muscular, and mesmerizingly sultry. He has numerous opportunities for sex, and finds himself taking advantage of all of them. "I got the feeling I was being led through life by my cock, and I didn't like it," Paul says.
Paul's most promising student, Dennis (Larry Paige), is determined to make it with his teacher. Paul is attracted to Dennis, but thinks it would be unprofessional to ball one of his students. To get away from these problems, Paul rents a house in Fire Island Pines to get back in touch with himself and regain his peace of mind.
When Paul opens his house, he discovers he is not alone. Resting in his bed, clad in a t-shirt and clutching the bottle of champagne left for him by his real estate agent Ed (Gary Hunt), is Dennis, and he won't take no for an answer. It takes Paul all of two seconds to change his mind and jump into bed with Dennis, but their lovemaking is interrupted by a telephone call. It's Gordon (Hugh Allen), a friend of Paul's. Paul not only lets Gordon talk him into coming over, but agrees to take the forty minute walk from The Pines to Cherry Grove to meet Gordon at the ferry.
By the time Paul arrives at the dock, Gordon has gotten bored waiting and accepted a ride to The Pines from John (Matt Harper), a hunk with a boat. Gordon and John make it in the boat. From this point until Paul arrives back at his house the next day, Paul embarks on a series of sexual hazards with his real estate man, Ed and his two bi-lingual tricks, Gildo and Ugo (Pepe Brazil and Paolo Gorsky), and Kevin (Myles Longue), with whom Paul spends the night in a tent.
Back in The Pines, Gordon has arrived, made it with Dennis, and splits before Paul gets back. It finally dawns on Paul that he's come to the wrong place. He gives the house keys to Dennis, and goes off to find his peace of mind elsewhere.
Screenplay by Moose 100.