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Cruising Park

Released: Apr 01st, 1993
Running Time: 76
Director: Sam Abdum
Company: VCA
Distribution Companies: HIS
Cast: Josh Taylor, Bob Lowe, Matt Windsor, Steve Regis, Vladimir Correa, Sean Carrera, Mark Steel, Randy White, Vinnie Marino
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Genre: Gay and Bi

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Critical Rating: AAA 1/2

Director Sam Abdul is hitting his stride, developing his own vision and his own voice. At its best, this video is an extravaganza of impersonal sex in the great outdoors and romantic lovemaking in the privacy of the home. The juxtaposition works quite well, making the tape a study in dramatic contrasts that sustain the tension, both thematically and sexually, throughout. The overall conception is far above average.

Abdul obviously has a taste for beefy men —White, Regis, Marino, Correa, Romano— and may want to vary the appearance of his cast in future videos to appeal to a wider variety of tastes. None but White stand out, however, and Josh Taylor is the only convincing counterbalance to these hunks. Still, the video is solid, with a particularly imaginative trio involving Correa, Taylor, and Windsor in an well-photographed outdoor romp. Packaging is mediocre, but all in all, the tape is a must-see for the consumer and a must-have for the video store.


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