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Daddy Please!

Released: Jun 01st, 2000
Running Time: 82
Director: Paul Barresi
Company: Pacific Sun Entertainment
Cast: Stonie, Chris Dano, J.T. Sloan, Cameron Cruise, Max Grand, Anthony De Angelo, Matthew Anders, Chris Michaels
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Genre: Gay and Bi

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Fans of Barresi will appreciate his lighter side in this sexy salute to May/September romance. Stock up.

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Critical Rating: AAA 1/2

Writer/director Paul Barresi lightens up and has some fun in Daddy Please!, using four sexy scenarios to explore older man/younger man dynamics. Anthony De Angelo is a beefy military captain, and soldier Cameron Cruise is, of course, "eager to learn" from him. Max Grand plays a graduate (complete with corny cap and gown) who can't get enough of professor Chris Dano. Matthew Anders (now quite scruffy) is a seasoned bartender who seduces his young customer, real-life lover Chris Michaels. But Barresi puts the best scene first: sexy J.T. Sloan and newcomer Stonie, who suck and fuck in a way that has nothing to do with age. Barresi maintains his usual high production standards and, for once, doesn't get bogged down in heavy-handed histrionics. He even includes some humorous outtakes during the closing credits.


 

Related Content:

Pacific Sun Entertainment
Stonie
Chris Dano
J.T. Sloan
Cameron Cruise
Max Grand
Anthony De Angelo
Matthew Anders
Chris Michaels
Paul Barresi

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