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A Brazilian Legend

Released: May 01st, 2003
Running Time: 71
Director: Pietro
Company: All Worlds Video International
Cast: Daniel Royter, Eduardo Cirax, Aleixo Araujo, Daniel Ventura, Daniel Brendon, Alex Jr., Marcelo Moura, Rafael Nunes, Maurinho Manson, Felipe Machado
Critical Rating: AAA
Genre: Gay and Bi

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Fans of uncut Brazilian meat will enjoy. Place with other foreign product.

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Critical Rating: AAA

According to Brazilian legend, the "boto" is a sea stud who lures unsuspecting men into having sex. And once they have been with the boto, they are in love with him forever. Lucky for them, he's smooth, muscular and hung!

But the fishermen on this picturesque beach can't help but wonder when he will strike and who will be his next victim. Four scenes depict their lust in detail. First, the boto seduces an unsuspecting fisherman with some long, hard fucking. Then he gets another two to take part in a threeway, complete with double penetration. Next, the boto rests in a hammock and another hunk goes to him. Finally, the two fishermen who have been telling tales decide to relax and have some fun of their own in a seaside hut. The boto must be doing something right because this cast of Brazilian men is hot, as is their sex.

Here's one legend we can only hope is true!


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All Worlds Video International
Daniel Royter
Eduardo Cirax
Aleixo Araujo
Daniel Ventura
Daniel Brendon
Alex Jr.
Marcelo Moura
Rafael Nunes
Maurinho Manson
Felipe Machado


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