Lucas Kazan Productions' 15th feature film recruits an international ensemble (Italian/Czech/Venezuelan/Hungarian/Brazilian) and a number of stunning locations in Southern Italy. Ferrando (LK exclusive Matthias Vannelli) and Guglielmo (Jason) trust their lovers blindly. But Alfonso (LK exclusive Jean Franko) bets they're like everyone else. Ferrando and Guglielmo agree to do whatever Alfonso wants for the following 24 hours. Unaware of their lovers' plot, brothers Dorino (Martin Dejdar) and Fiorino (Karel Rok) lounge poolside.
Alfonso sets out to test the brothers' vows. He will seduce Dorino, who succumbs all too easily (Scene I) and summons Despino (Roberto Giorgio) to win Fiorino, who's determined to resist. Alfonso grows impatient... While Despino plays one last card aided by hunky Samuel Dolce (Scene II), Alfonso relieves his tension and watches a DVD (scene III, with soloist Fabinho). In the morning, Fiorino gives in (Scene IV). Alfonso consoles the pair ... and claims his prize. He orders Ferrando and Guglielmo to strip and reminds both they'd agreed to be his slaves (scene V). Dorino and Fiorino spy on with a smile. "Happy is the man", they realize, "who takes everything to good account". If names, plot, music and dialogue sound familiar, you guessed right: they're all based on Mozart/ DaPonte's "Così fan tutte" ("Women are like that"). But don't you worry, the action is all hardcore.
Vannelli bottoms -his first time in a Lucas Kazan production. And Jean Franko's versatility proves a formidable asset. "I think viewers will enjoy the hot pairings Così fan tutte afforded me," says Kazan. "The men on one hand: Ferrando, Guglielmo, Alfonso. And the 'boys' on the other. 21 year old Martin Dejdar (Dorino) does a great job at bringing his naiveté to the table"
2007 GRABBY WINNER - Best International Video
2007 GAYVN WINNER - Best Foreign Release
V2007 GAYVN WINNER - Best Actor in a Foreign Release (Jean Franko)