On campus, the lack of girls is zip-straining, but communal living is strangely intriguing.Who's Martin, the young straight German boy? The little straight boy's beauty and shyness drive the place wild. The housekeeper abuses his authority to satiate his carnal desires. Underground relationships are formed.The sexual tension in these twelve hunks must explode.Pleasure has no limits when you're twenty.
Like the writer Jean Genet, J.D. Cadinot seemed to have some fascination with the criminal element of the streets, and this one is no exception. "Street Smart" begins innocently enough, with some very silly 80's pop music, and a trio of street guys dressed in some hilariously bad clothing. The beginning is fairly slow, which is unlike the other works of this director, who typically uses fast editing and spends little time on each sex scene. Here the sex is slow and more intimate, but soon this gathers momentum, as each erotic scene becomes a bit more aggressive and raunchy than the last.
Life is fast and furious! Everything is doubly intense!Even Antoine Mallet's cock has doubled since Pressbook! His 24cm are to be found amongst the secret meetings in the cellars, car parks, deserted offices and warehouses.Everybody cheats. Who's betraying who? They keep their games secret so as to keep them alive! It's a viscious circle.After SOS and Safari City, Cadinot releases the third part of his trilogy. Never before has he shown the relationships between guys with such force.