Synopsis by Clarke Fountain
Though not hardcore per se, this is an X-rated erotic homosexual film with copious amounts of male nudity. Apparently originally filmed as a worshipful tribute to its star Bobby Kendall, it had to be later trimmed by editor Martin Jay Sadoff due to the cameraman/director's refusal to cut any portion of it. Basically, it shows Kendall again and again in many different settings and guises and focuses lovingly on portions of his anatomy (especially his well-formed backside), teasingly promising to show him frontally. All settings, whether indoors or out, are indicated by cartoon-like handmade props; the film has a rococo quality which made it successful in arthouse showings.