Adrian Quinonez and James Wortham in Now & Later (2009)
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Highlight: James Wortham is first seen naked on a root top as a girl sucks him. We see his erect cut dick. He seems to be getting real good pleasure from it. It seems that the relationship is not faked. Later he undresses in front of the same girl. He is then soft. Then the girl briefly masturbates him, and he is hard again. Then she puts a condom on his dick and they make love. There is a third scene, where she undresses him. He is semi-hard in that scene. There is a fourth scene, where she gets out of the shower. He is then already erect. Overall a lot of nudity from James Wortham, with real sex acts. Towards the end of the movie, Adrian Quinonez joins them. He is then found naked on the bed. We briefly see his dick as he is lying down. They start a threesome, as they are all naked. James Wortham ends up touching Adrian Quinonez, and we see Adrias is fully erect at that time. He seems to be cut. There is then a last scene at the end between James Wortham and the girl. He is again erect with a condom on.
Circumcision status: Cut
Director: Philippe Diaz
Main stars: Erwin Elian Arauz, Greg Arrowood, Bo Ballentine
IMDB Score: 4.8
Duration: 97 min
IMDB Description: Sex, politics and American culture are mixed into a combustible combination in Now & Later. Angela (Shari Solanis) is an illegal Latina immigrant living in Los Angeles who stumbles across Bill (James Wortham), a disgraced banker on the run. She takes him in. Through passionate sex, soul-searching conversations ranging from politics to philosophy, and other worldly pleasures, Angela introduces Bill to another worldview. As their affair heats up, the course of Bill's life begins to take an abrupt and unexpected turn. The film was conceived by the director in reaction to American's penchant for violence in our culture and our puritanical censoring of anything involving sex. Familiar with philosopher Wilhelm Reich's notion that a sexually repressed society turns into a violent one, Diaz makes an unabashedly sexual yet cerebral film that challenges the perception that sex in media is harmful.
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