'Yearning to make real films in early 1970s Hollywood, California, 25-year-old French-Canadian Jim DeSalle gets caught up in the adult film industry, trying to support himself and his wife Lisa, with their Baby. They seem to have the perfect life, but it all falls apart.'
Last week, I profiled actor Alain Patrick and his turn in the brilliantly titled, Thar She Blows. (HERE:) When researching Alain, I discovered that he acted, produced and directed a film titled Blue Money about the porn industry in the 70's. I wrote that if there were any noteworthy scenes with Alain, I would be sure to do a follow-up.
I didn't let the dust settle before ordering the flick off Amazon. There is something about Alain I find incredibly sexy. I was especially drawn to his incredibly hot tan lines, visible in many scenes in Blue Money. Aside from the blonde hair, Alain maintains the hot appeal he exuded as the deck hand in Blows. His character doesn't act in, but directs porn, but there is still a bit of self directed skin from Alain. A few butt and side flashes and he is shirtless in almost half of the scenes.
There are some quick male frontals, from the male male extras's he is directing in the adult films. Although the focus is certainly on the women, Alain ensure most of the actors he is filming get a quick frontal and some butt exposure. There is also a orgy scene near the end of the film which is sort of seventies explicit. I have uploaded Alain's shower scene and the orgy scene on SendSpace HERE: & HERE:
'I also find an empty space, especially an empty apartment to be intensely erotic. I'm not sure I can tell you why. But one can imagine anything in a blank space, even a naked sexually aroused man defying gravity.'
'In a land of of pure imagination, gravity means nothing. The white wall is a virgin, yearning to be imagined and filled with a life being lived. The man in the space is anything and anyone you want him to be, a welcome visitor or a dangerous intruder. When you walk into an empty space, it’s hard not to wonder what stories the walls could tell. Spirits. Ghosts. The occasional satyr—at least in my fantasy world. I give you the man and the empty space, the rest is up to your imagination.'
I think Richard tapped into why I too love images with of the male form in empty spaces. Sometimes, like with Brian, they're spaces ready to be inhabited, other times, they were long ago abandoned. Theses spaces, are usually initially, devoid of memory. The model is usually experiencing the space for the first time, seeing and feeling each room with an exciting freshness. It can visually interesting to see a model utilize and play in a space without obstacles or furniture to lean and rely on.
Of course this memory voidness can only occur one time. There can only be one time to discover a new space. Also the area may lack memories from the model, the air is heavy with the memories of those who previously lived, and passed through the space. I think the combination of the model being light on memory, and the space being heavy with them creates the just the right atmosphere for Richard's gravity defying shots of Brian.