Dust Unto Dust directed by Tom DeSimone (Lancer Brooks)

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This attractively produced early Tom DeSimone film carefully combines narrative, superior cinematography, good music, scenic locales, and tender sexual action into a notable, if problematic, classic. A bearded white settler lives alone out in the desert until he is discovered by two beautiful Native American brothers, No Name and Broken Wing, who have been cast out and also live in isolation. One day, Broken Wing tracks the settler as he drinks from a brook, and tenderly takes him by the hand, leading him into the pleasures of the flesh that only two men can share in an incredibly erotic, sensuous pairing beautifully photographed under the desert sun. The two are enamored, but No Name's feelings of exclusion and abandonment grow, and he decides violence is the solution to his hurt. No Name and Broken Wing fight, resulting in more sexual encounters, tense drama, violence, and, finally, a tranquil threeway fantasy sequence. A romantic and dramatically plotted film with strong commentary on the nature of love, compelling performances, and beautiful sex scenes, though culturally ignorant scripting.

1970 | 60 min. | A Hand in Hand production

Featuring: Darryl Hughes (Damon Rosi), Olin, Pasqual (Poco Allen)
Categories: Love, Sex, Story, Western, 1970s, Blowjobs, 69, Long Hair, Native American

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