"HAWAII – Ha•wai•i (huh-wahy-ee, -wah-, -wah-yuh, hah-vah-ee)"12 July 2007114 mins
It is believed by ancient Hawaiians that being on the Island brings out a similar "volcanic" reaction in one's body. The crew at Colt witnessed it themselves while shooting in this wonderful location. These four scenes with men like Luke Garrett, Gage Weston, Carlo Masi, Adam Champ, Darin Hawk, Eric Valentin and cover man Mitch Branson are proof that Hawai'i is in fact the most sexually eruptive locale in the world! Colt Studio Group and multi-award winning director John Rutherford are proud to present Hawai'i. Destined to raise the bar and cement Rutherford’s and Colt Studio's reputation as the industry leader in the highest quality all male erotica, Hawai'i captures the explosive combination of the world's most physically perfect men and most beautiful locale under the lens of award winning videographer Max Phillips.
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Have you watched Hawai'i yet? What did you think about it?