Kristin Bjorn's world of erotica continues to produce new films, decades after that first masturbation film became such a big hit. His films still manage to feature many masculine men with boners ready to be put to work. Since it's summertime and this title has lots of seasonal flair to it, VGMH picked Costa Brava to compare a more contemporary film from the Bjorn Studios after having visited their vintage offerings earlier this month. As this film lets us know, "It's Summer time on the Costa Brava, where the world's sexist men
gather for sun, surf, and some of the hottest man to man sex ever
witnessed. Join an international cast of 14 rock hard men on an
unforgettable Mediterranean adventure, and find out why Costa Brava
means The Wild Coast in Spanish!"
It's no secret that the entire industry has been transformed since the days of VHS tapes. Like everyone else, it seems that Bjorn's studio has needed to adapt to the changing marketplace, which many believe has been done at the cost of what made the studio so special in the first place. An impatient audience doesn't like setups and crafted story lines as much as they expect to get busy with the action. Carefully directed scenes used to showcase a beautiful man nude, before any sexual arousal or action. Erections were allowed to happen as they do in real life, often uncontrollable by the man who owns the penis (or is it the other way around?).
What Bjorn continues to do so well is highlighted in these boat scenes. Blue water the color of rich gem stones, distant villages on the coast, and men celebrating the almighty penis in all its manly glory.
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