(Image source: Marcel Bouvier and Pierre Delon, from Frisky Summer 4: Summer Loves, 2002, dir. George Duroy, Bel Ami Entertainment)
I’m taking a little bit of a breather today. I have a couple of non-BA films I need to review. But I didn’t want to go, leaving you lovelies empty handed, as it were. So I’m giving you this, as a musical hug, sending you all a big giant one. I’m so glad you guys have come to visit me. We’re joined by a common thread. We share a love for these wonderful films and the incredible artists that have come to Bel Ami over the years to help create some of the most passionately beautiful erotic moments ever captured on film. Many of these artists have stayed to continue to master their craft, this time behind the camera instead of in front of it. Others have moved on, yet all in all, they have left us with a magical erotic film legacy that will last forever. For all this beauty, I feel I owe an enormous amount of gratitude to these artists, and above all, love. Within the short time I’ve discovered Bel Ami, I never would have thought that I would have such a tremendously great time getting turned on. I’m sure you all join me in these sentiments. Hopefully, you have become members of their website, if you haven’t already. I try to pay a visit there every day when I can. It’s so worth it, and I certainly know a great thing when I see it. 🙂
This musical track, by B.K. Sun, I’m leaving you with today, was taken from the scene in Frisky Summer 4: Summer Loves (2002), between Marcel Bouvier and Pierre Delon. I loved the passion of these two in this scene. I fussed and fought over this track, since about 3 am this morning. I took a nap finally after my eyes were starting to sting from staring at my infernal computer monitor. I woke up at 7 am, to try and get the track to where it sounded less like porn, ‘cleaning it up’ as best I could. It’s not perfect by any means, but with the few programs I had, I was able to work some magic of my own on it. 🙂 Hopefully, this will meet with your approval. LOL!
This music track remains the sole intellectual property of Bel Ami Entertainment and no copyright infringement is intended.