Gay Erotic Video Index
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Leather boy Bill is discovered among the jagged rocks and swift-running streams of a high, mountainous setting. He wanders about aimlessly for a brief time and then suddenly comes face to face with a nude sunbather - Voldemar. The two look at each other and their mutual interest is obvious. bill begins to tenderly caress Voldemar's chest, stomach, legs and especially his buttocks. Voldemar relaxes and enjoys the leather boy's tender touches. then he rises and leads him to his secluded mountain cabin.
There he slowly and affectionately removes all his leather garments until the two boys stand there face to face ... nude ... yearning for each other ......! (Continued on film .......)
NOTE: "The beauty and love expressed in this film make it my personal favorite of all the films I have ever made."
..... PAT ROCCO
What the Los Angeles critics say;
"Yes" is a vignette of magical beauty. Mr. Rocco has discovered among the many models of Hollywood, a blonde talent named Voldemar – who has eyes which speak as eloquently as Rocco's camer. Together, in "YES:, they weave a spell in a story of encounter. This time it is a boy dressed in leather who discovers a sunbather (Voldemar). In wordless basic communication, the two perform the ultimate in drama – the telling of a story through movement. The scenes of the Leather boy caressing the blonde's body are exquisite under Mr. Rocco's direction. And when the Leather Boy puts his head next to Voldemar's chest .... the only breathing in the theatre is that of the two actors..."
SAM WINSTON - Film Critic of the Los Angeles Advocate
In an ERA interview Rocco said that this was filmed at his cabin.
|found in these
Pat Rocco Male Film Review: Bizarre Productions pg. 28-29
"The Aura of Fun Living" ERA #1, pg. 52 (Review)
Catalog of Hollywood Models & Feature Films by Pat Rocco No. 24 1968: Bizarre Productions pg. 9,10
Catalog of Hollywood Models & Feature Films by Pat Rocco No. 24 1968: Bizarre Productions pg. 19
Catalog of Hollywood Models & Feature Films by Pat Rocco No. 24 1968: Bizarre Productions pg. 21
Park Theatre. Los Angeles Times Jul. 23, 1968 (Advertisement)
Park Theatre, L.A.. Jul. 31, 1968 (Screening)
Catalog of Hollywood Models & Feature Films by Pat Rocco No. 26 1970: Bizarre Productions pg. 16
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