It's with great pleasure that we invite you to enter the land of impulse and desire with NakedSword's first-ever Original Production, Golden Gate, from Raging Stallion Releasing. For over ten years, NakedSword has been known for having the largest library of premium full-length movies from the biggest and best gay porn studios. Now, as we finally offer up our first original series, you know we had to pull out all the stops.
The 2-disc set is jam-packed with over five hours of hardcore content. Disc 1 contains all five episodes from Golden Gate Season 1 and clocks in at over two-and-a-half-hours of hardcore content. Disc 2 is packed with over 2.5 hours of solos, interviews, trailers, and behind-the-scenes!
Executive Produced by Tim Valenti, directed and edited by Chris Ward, with videography by Steve Cruz and Tony DiMarco, photography by Kent Taylor and a screenplay by Jack Shamama & Michael Stabile, Golden Gate is an exploration of the sex lives of gay men living in San Francisco. Each episode of Golden Gate is a well-crafted vignette that brings together two disparate elements of our city that we love so much. In Episode 1, you'll meet Ron, a successful but sexually frustrated MBA, played by Cameron Marshall, and Jeremy, an artist who's struggling to make ends meet, played by Cameron's real-life boyfriend Topher DiMaggio.
The blockbuster a-list cast of NakedSword's Golden Gate features NakedSword Exclusive Chris Porter and Raging Stallion Exclusives D.O. and Kennedy Carter. It also stars Jeremy Bilding, Topher DiMaggio, Trent Locke, Cameron Marshall, Dayton O'Connor, Brad Star, Rusty Stevens, Christian Wilde, and Donny Wright.
Episode 1: "Dialing for Dollars"
Meet Jeremy (Topher Dimaggio) and Ronald (Cameron Marshall): two men in the same city whose lives couldn't be any more different. Ronald's always had an affinity for numbers. Even in a downturn, Ron knows to sells short. But there's one market he hasn't mastered. Jeremy's never gotten anything right, except in sex. He came to San Francisco to follow his dream of being a painter. But let's face it kid, the sixties are over. You gotta pay to play in the city by the bay.
A friend suggests an easy way for Jeremy to make money which takes him on a journey which crosses paths with Ronald and their two opposing worlds finally come face to face...
Episode 2: "The Island Of Lost Toys"
They say that San Francisco will take you in when no one else will, but that's little comfort to Alejandro (Raging Stallion Exclusive D.O.) who's traveled twenty hours to see Adam (Raging Stallion Exclusive Kennedy Carter) - only to get stood up. Without Adam to pick him up, Alejandro's lost, a stranger in a very strange land. When he stumbles across a cafe, and a chance meeting with Robert his luck finally takes a turn for the better.
Episode 3: "Self Service"
A chance encounter at a gas station reconnects old friends Steven (Rusty Stevens) and Adam (Dayton O'Connor). They haven't seen each other since high school and a lot has changed. But then again, a lot hasn't. After a hot oral session in a sleazy gas station bathroom, they go back to Adam's flat where the two fuck and suck each other's brains out in an explosive flip-flop session that will leave you breathless.
Episode 4: "The Beach House"
The majestic wonder of the Northern California coast has drawn lovers to its shores for centuries. Jacob (Jeremy Bilding) and Brett (Trent Locke), for example. They are seemingly inseparable, bound to each other like the sky holds on to the clouds. But in a land of impulse and desire, the hunger for more is all but undeniable, even for the most loyal of lovers. And so the journey, the hunt to satisfy the irresistible craving is to brings them to a street hustler named Marc (Christian Wilde), here on the streets of San Francisco.
Episode 5: "Rock Show"
Everyone who disappears, Oscar Wilde once wrote, seems to be seen in San Francisco. And while generations since have discovered it's a good place to leave your past behind, but oddly once you arrive, nothing you do is ever forgotten. Tyler (NakedSword Exclusive Chris Porter) came here to start over; and just as he gets his big break in his band with Ricky (Brad Star), there's a fan named Evan (Donny Wright) from his past to remind him where he came from.