Orgies, Orgies, ORGIES!!! (Umm…did someone mention orgies? *grin)
Ah, welcome to my flesh feast!
One thing that I noticed when I started to watch Bel Ami’s films, a particular film would not be complete with out a group sex scene or even an orgy. The first of these that I saw was in the first BA film I saw, Lukas’ Stories. After I retrieved my jaw which had found itself dislocated, I was amazed on how well it was filmed, how sexy and beautiful and also presented a comedic overtone. It made me smile in other words. As I collected more of these highly entertaining and smoking hot films I quickly reached the conclusion that these scenes were what Bel Ami has become known for: their group sex and orgy scenes, and they do them better than anyone else in the gay porn business. So, it only became right, and fitting, that I present a video collage of my favorites. I left out scenes from the 27-man circle jerk because I plan a separate post for that one. That scene in particular deserves its own celebration for being, by the way, one of the best sex scenes ever caught on film. It was stunningly done and absolutely breathtakingly erotic. So, I have to make you wait on that one for a bit. However, you can feast your hungry eyes and stroke your throbbing missiles to these. These are scenes from Bel Ami’s older films. I may have gotten a bit carried away in some parts, lingering longer than maybe I should have, but still, these aren’t the full scenes, of that I promise. I wanted to make sure that all the favorite models folks had were represented, including some of my own. 🙂 These scenes were taken from the following films: Lukas’ Stories (1994,1995), Lucky Lukas (1998), Coverboys (2001), Just for Fun (2001(?)), Lukas in Love Part Two (2005), Frisky Summer 4: Summer Loves (2002).
In most cases, I left the original soundtrack alone, keeping the original musical accompaniment if there was one. In places where there wasn’t any music I added a bit of my own. Since these scenes have such a spirit of ‘free love’ which was an attitude very much present during the 1960s and 1970s, I went for music that had a jazzy, psychedelic, or sexodelic (in this case) vibe. Along with my collecting films as a hobby, I also collect film music, especially music from b-movies. In the early 1970s I was floored by the music that was heard in some of Jess Franco’s earlier films from this time period. These films were Vampyros Lesbos, She Killed In Ecstacy, and The Devil Came from Akshava and they starred one of the most beautiful women in all the world, Soledad Miranda. Sadly, she’s no longer with us, having died in a car crash shortly after completing her last film with Franco. The music on the released soundtrack was in memory of her. I was happy to have been able to find a collection of music from these beautiful films. And I decided to use them here. Another selection from this same collection I plan to use later on in another mash-up. But I think it works well here. The tracks included here are: Droge CX9, Dedicated To Love, The Lions and the Cucumber (composed by Manfred Hubler and Siegfried Schwab). I also used B.K. Sun’s music wherever it was found and I was surprised on how well this music fit in with the Manfred Hubler and Siegfried Schwab tracks.
Enjoy, my beauties!
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