A huge, run-down apartment in Berlin Mitte. Two women and a man, rehearsals for a movie about love and sex, that will never be shot. Acting and reality mingle into a dangerous melange. Berlin is the shelter, love is impossible, flesh is the law.
Cruising at Beach 19 (2018)
19min | Short | 15 April 2018 (USA)
Ready for the 2018 cruising season. Waiting for sea, sex and sun on the beach to start again. – soon. After so many requests and positive feedback from the previous film BEACH 19 (2014), and the rise of people going to the beach of love in the past years, this is a remake with a new poetic representation of the rituals that take place there. Beach 19 / Praia 19 is the most popular gay nudist beach in Portugal, part of a Nature Reserve near Lisbon with a extensive cruising section. Tension. Fervor. Satisfaction of outdoor sex. The tension rises slowly and seductively, the warm wind blows and the heat of summer burns, the action builds into a full-on group masturbation, sucking and fucking session. In this film, the visuals speak for themselves. It is officially a nude beach, but you can opt between being naked or keeping your swim-suit on. It is the perfect spot for sun-bathing, swimming, cruising, making new friends and watching the the sunset. In summer time, it is packed with guys from all over Europe and beyond. Half of them are fully naked, sun tanned. You can find younger, older, bears, muscled, well – a lot men for everyone’s taste. Most of the cruising takes place in the late afternoon, mainly in the dunes and the vast bushy area behind the railway track. There is some cruising when it gets dark, usually bisexual locals looking for extra-marital fun. If you go there, have safe fun and please help to keep the beach and the natural reserve clean. Avoid leaving any trash behind and don’t smoke in the wooden areas due to fire hazard. Spring is also a beautiful time to go for a walk/cruising among the yellow mimosa trees as the days start to warm up.
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