Falcon and director Tony Dimarco head deep into the sweltering desert for a tale of bored, horned-up soldiers with nothing to do but repeatedly hook up.
Fane Roberts and Brandon Evans are similar types, lean and relatively smooth jocks with boyish good looks. They are a pair of soldiers whose romance blossoms furtively under the eye of roguish superior officers Ryan Rose and Sean Zevran.
Roberts and Evans trade solid blowjobs inside a cramped tent that is buffeted by winds; later, they find time for a fuck session outdoors in abandoned ruins. Soon enough, Zevran uncovers the secret romance and demands to be serviced by Evans (who, admittedly, doesn’t put up much of a fight). Zevran, the reigning XBIZ Gay Performer of the Year, bald and muscular and a real sight for sore eyes, bends Evans across a table and deep-dicks with businesslike precision.
Elsewhere, lanky stud Kyle McMillan stumbles across rugged, handsome Pierce Paris working out his aggressions with a Fleshjack, which he trades for McMillan’s hands, eager tongue and, eventually, his tight chute. Their sweat-soaked rut inside another tent with limited space crackles with erotic heat.
McMillan treats Zevran to a zesty, enthusiastic blowjob while they are on patrol, sweating in the sun, while dreamboat Ryan Rose full-on devours preppy-gorgeous Tommy Regan’s alluring bubble butt. They trade hungry blowjobs and Rose rides Regan’s ass with his customary intensity. Regan is a stud to watch in future skinflicks.
Director Dimarco is a skilled technician and takes good advantage of the evocative found location. Art direction, costumes and props lend an authentic vibe without feeling like a drag show, which is where military-themed sexpics often go. Camera angles and editing emphasize the tone of the piece, from the Roberts-Evans romance to Zevran’s all-business intentions.
Longtime porn fans might see callbacks to another of Falcon's erotic desert adventures, 1994's "Flashpoint: Hot as Hell" with Hal Rockland, Scott Baldwin and Brad Hunt.