Release Year: 1977
Cast: Peter Andrews , Bobby Astyr, David Christopher, Gerard Damiano, Vanessa Del Rio, Michael Gaunt, Robert Kerman, Susaye London, Sharon Mitchell , Paula Morton , Ben Pierce , David Pierce, Jennifer Wright
Genres: Hardcore, Sex
Video language: English
Joint Venture is a hilarious and erotic spoof of the Sexual Olympics held each year in New Jersey. The plot revolves around four room mates who decide to hold a sex competition to see who is the best in fulfilling the erotic needs of a partner. To referee and judge this event they choose one of their friends, a sportcaster (Bobby Astyr) who makes wonderful running commentary on the whole spectacle, held in a loft and entitled WIDE WORLD OF SPURTS. Between the events, Astyr banters with sports ‘dean’ Gerard Damiano, acting as a sort of host-announcer for the contest.
The chicks are great to look at and with contestants like Vanessa Del Rio, Susan London and Sharon Mitchell, who could argue that the contest is a case of how you play the game. No one really loses in this sort of sport. The events held are the Orals, a c*cksucking competition, the Anals, an assf*cking race, the Straddle, a f*ckathon with the ladies on top and the Freestyle … an orgy to
see who can out sex the others. It is in this event that Susay London commits an act that wins her all four gold medals … you have to see it to believe it!
Interspersed with the contests are sexual interludes and outrageous interviews in the locker room with the contestants with Bobby Astyr playing it for all it’s worth … and that’s plenty.
The photography is just stunning, the sort of work we have come to expect from master Gerard Damiano (Joanna, Oddysex). Each lick, each stroke is set just right and caught with more than graphic accuracy … there is feeling in the way Damiano catches sex on film. The mirror interlude with Sharon Mitchell (shaved pussy this time) is a classic scene in itself.
Joint Venture is a novelty film … not a feature per say, but a classy, funny and erotic diversion in a sea of B films ground out to satisfy the raincoat set. It’s worth the time (68 minutes) and money.