As the summer song beat goes on…
For this clip, it’s all about Sascha Chaykin, my cat-eyed boy. I can’t for the life of me remember what the first clip or movie was that I saw him in, but from the very moment I saw him, I was captivated by him. It was almost as if my heart and soul went whoa, at the same time. I’m in ecstatic rapture whenever I watch him. He has a beautiful statuesque body and piercing green eyes, like a cat’s, and lest I forget myself, a gorgeous cock to die for. If I were to compile a list of the great Bel Ami oral gods, Sascha would have to top that list. He’s graceful and seductive, an Adonis in every conceivable way. These clips from Lukas In Love Part Two (2005) were when I completely fell in love with him. I’m not entirely sure this was the first film he has been in, but he’s been a star ever since. In the beginning of this year, he took a hiatus from performing, now he’s returned to the Bel Ami fold and I’m so happy to report that he has never looked better, more beautiful..as if that were even possible. At first opportunity, I plan on sharing with you some of the clip which will mark his triumphant return to Bel Ami. In honor of his return, I went back to Lukas In Love Part Two, and created this clip.
The title of this post deserves some bit of explanation, at least in part. I don’t like the band Oasis as a rule, in fact there are only a couple of songs by them I like: Champagne Supernova and Wonderwall. For this clip, the only song that sprang into my mind that would fit was Champagne Supernova. It gives the clip a different atmosphere than anything else I thought to use for this. It was such an awesome scene, one element seamlessly flowing into the next. I truly wish I could have incooperated all those elements into this. But the timing of the song/music piece pretty much dictates the length of the video in most cases. My hope is that you were able to see the scenes in their entirety. At the very least, I’ll give you all a very good ‘tease’ for my efforts. 🙂
I love my Sascha Bear! I hope you do, too.
Enjoy one of my final summer songs! (with two more left to go)
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Video clips taken from Lukas In Love Part Two (2005, dir. George Duroy).
Music clip, Champagne Supernova, Oasis, taken from their album, What’s the Story, Morning Glory?
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