Michael Lucas' La Dolce Vita: Part 2
Inspired by the classic tale of sex, glamour and debauchery, Michael Lucas' La Dolce Vita dives into Manhattan's exclusive worlds of fashion, celebrity, and society... and further down into its seedy underground sex club culture. Don't miss the most anticipated film of the year by New York magazine's â€œpop prince of pornâ€ Michael Lucas!
Scene One: Max gets reprimanded by Corey for being so distant, but that doesnâ€™t stop him from spending a day following Hollywoodâ€™s latest â€œitâ€ couple (Ray Star and special guest star Vivid Girl Savanna Samson) on a paparazzi-filled whirlwind of shopping (at Marc Jacobs!), partying (VIP-style!) and fountain-jumping (at New York Cityâ€™s City Hall Park). Ray hooks up with a nightclub dancer (Brad Star), which causes mad drama with Samson. But the itâ€™s worth it in the endâ€”Stars collide for a couple of blue-eyed boys with all-American good looks who know how to make each other cum like crazy!
Scene Two: Max and Corey attend a super-swanky literary party thrown by Maxâ€™s mentor Preston Connors (Lucas Exclusive Spencer Quest). Max catches Preston getting it on in a closet with a young twink (Jamie Donovan). Manly Spencer teaches smooth-bodied cutie Jamie a thing or two about cock and ass.
Scene Three: Powerful publisher (and hung Lucas exclusive) Chad Hunt takes a frustrated Corey (Cole Ryan) home after the party and pounds him with his monster cock. Itâ€™s Coreyâ€™s ultimate form of revenge on Max.
Scene Four: Max (Michael Lucas) gets word that Preston is getting arrested for sleeping with a minor. The event causes him to spiral into depression, drinking his way to a seedy underground sex club where he fucks a stranger (Justin Christopher). His former assistant Rick, who followed him into the club, takes a photo of him doing so.
Closing: Max bursts out of the sex club in a drunken stupor, trying to catch Pete in order to delete the photo. Will he find him? Will Max let it go and decide to turn his life around? Find out in the stunning conclusion what it really means to live the â€œsweet life.â€