10 October 2018 | lor_
More of the same
Dana Vespoli's all-expenses-paid trip to Budapest yielded enough porn footage under her direction to justify this second helping for Digital Sin, notable only for some hokey material that the mature DV as director a decade later would avoid repeating.
Notable is a sequence when her producer (presumably played by Tommy Sy as I tried to unravel the screen credits) complains that she can't get a recalcitrant Hungarian actress (Katy Caro) to act, and sends poor DV out on the streets of Budapest to recruit some replacement talent. DV returns with stud Greg Centauro and Katy dutifully humps him, but the sloppy facial gets Tommy mad again and he fires Dana, who storms off.
This is all so patently phony that I was exasperated long before watching the BTS short subject where we see how obviously professional Katy is - just a tempest in a teacup staged by Dana to kill off running time.
The rest of the show is boring gonzo filler, with Angela Winter the most uninhibited of the actresses, performing an endless series of d.p.'s with super studs Steve Holmes and David Perry. Dana throws in some Yank talent like James Deen and Riley Mason, also serving as filler.