The Big Switch
- Paul Norman
- Athena Star , Beverly Glen , Brian Maxon , Bunny Bleu , Mark Miller , Michael Vincent , Tex Anthony
- Pre-Condom ⋅ Bisexual ⋅
Tex Anthony stars in Paul Norman's Bisexual Hit
Of course here the examination is much less psychological, and much more physiological. Still the various characters are almost as interesting as the one in the general release film.
The action takes place at the home of Bonnie (Bunny Bleu) and Brian (Brian Maxon), who have invited five old friends over for the weekend. No time is wasted in showing that the film will include both boy-girl and boy-boy activity.
Three minutes into the film, Cathy (Athena Starr) draws herself a hot bath, smokes a joint and fantasizes a three way with Steve (Mark Miller) and Mark (Michael Vincent). This first scene could very well be the high point of the film.
Director Norman carefully exposes the homosexual acts arising out of heterosexual play, which is highly arousing.
At one point, Miller stops plowing Ms. Starr, so he pulls out, causing Vincent to dive for the cock to lick off all the juices. Then later, Miller screws her and fingers him.
The second scene is a straight-laced scene of Maxon banging his wife in their trendily decorated kitchen. This is familiar straight porn territory.
The third episode is another matter. It starts with a lesbian scene with Ms. Starr and Beverly Glen, but it shifts to Vincent. Ms. Starr straps on a dildo and rides Vincent's ass. Now that is versatile!
The movie ends with a long, frenzied orgy that contains almost every possible sex combination at least twice. The centerpiece of the scene is the lean, brunet Tex Anthony, who at one point is drilling Ms. Bleu while getting plugged at the other end by Miller and Vincent.
All three guys shoot big loads over her soft, creamy skin. Miller impressively comes many times.
The Big Switch is nicely acted and enhanced with rich production values and great photography. This film was Paul Norman's first. They actually got even better. Catalina has just released this on DVD, so it is well worth a new look.
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