Hello, Pool Boy!

by thepoolboy

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Rocío Lunaire for Xconfessions.com

Director: Erika Lust
Production year: 2014
Film duration: 15:50
 
Comments by Erika Lust
Wow... SUGGESTIVE! Is this a real story? Are you really "The pool boy"...?  Making the most of the summer in Barcelona, I decided to shoot your confession on a small Mediterranean pool full of bougainvilleas. This film is the debut of Italian performer Maria Agrado, a brave yet sweet woman with a stunning classical beauty. Ryan James plays the sexy pool boy. We took advantage of the fact that they are both expert massagers and... wait, you'll see the result!

I’m the pool boy.

I leave my card in the windshields of the vehicles parked outside the supermarket.

I’ve just checked that it works for me.
Specially at a certain time of the day.
“I clean your pool. Easy going, good hearted, always horny. English spoken.”
They do understand.
They do call me.
They open the door and play. They are clever.
I clean their pool.
Until they tell me to stop.

 
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23 responses to “Hello, Pool Boy!”

  1. Very nice… you can really see that women are making these wonderful aesthetical films. I wonder what “Maria” -or the part that she plays- will tell his husband, when he arrives at home. Or is she living alone in this house with that nice pool? I don´t think so. And her husband or boyfriend will notice by her admirable appearance that she had some real pleasure today 😉 I dream he will use it as stimulation and give her some pleasure again!…. Will she call the poolboy again? I think she should 😉

  2. My first impression: This film could also be used as a kind of tutorial or instruction (of how to have sex that is joyful for both). In this respect I remember the words of Erika Lust in the video which I found at the website of Betty Dodson
    http://dodsonandross.com/blogs/carlin-ross/2015/02/sex-can-remain-dirty-values-have-be-clean
    where Erika Lust talks about feminism and porn and that she wants to do something about sex education. So, this film, I think, could be seen in this educative way.
    Thank You for that.

    Besides: The aesthetics really seems human and not that stupid and artificial that you have in mainstream – some time ago I read in wikipedia that the Japanese (of course, be careful with “the” Japanese) would think of western porn as primitive, unauthentic and unintentionally funny (mostly right I think) – in Japan there is an erotic tradition coming from the shungas, see for example “The Dream of the Fisherman’s Wife” by Katsushika Hokusai.
    Crossing cultural borders I remember other parts of the world, in India I think, where we can find hindu-tempels – the Khajuraho group of monuments, a UNESCO World Heritage Site – that are full of depictions of sexual acts (which can also be taken as porn) – people in the (indian) medieval also seem to take interest in sexual depictions.
    Possible inspiration for a film …

  3. I think feminist men and women can reach much higher plateaus of pleasure than that of other people. Well done for depicting it so well. It’s so real, refreshing and educational.

  4. Hey @gabriellaford, thanks for your feedback! I agree with you 100% on the “equality and all that” but you know, I try to make my movies as realistic as I can, I try really hard not to push a situation. So if the female orgasm doesn’t happen, I don’t show it! I believe there are no rules in sex: sometimes the guy comes, sometimes the girl comes, sometimes both, hardly none…

  5. I found your website via a link on an article about ethical porn. Thank you for your commitment to producing safe, ethically committed pornography. I really enjoyed this film. Everything about it is beautiful: the lighting, the camera work and editing, the actors…so much to appreciate! The soundtrack was haunting and lovely. Thank you!

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