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Marco Polo: La Storia mai Raccontata

Marco Polo

Italy 1995
produced by
Golden Hawk
directed by Joe D'Amato (= Aristide Massaccesi), Luca Damiano (= Franco Lo Cascio)
starring Rocco Siffredi, Tabatha Cash, Leo Gamboa, Lydia Chanel (as Julia Chanel), Simona Valli, Georgia Anghela
written by Joe D'Amato (= Aristide Massaccesi), Luca Damiano (= Franco Lo Cascio)

Marco Polo

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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China, the 13th century: The Venetian explorer Marco Polo (Rocco Siffredi) is entrusted with the task to deliver Shahara (Tabatha Cash) to her husband-to-be Kublai Khan (Leo Gamboa) in her virginal state. But unfortunately Shahara is extremely horny and longs for the Westerner - who himself is not advert to her advances -, and eventually she manages to trick him into deflowering her. Unfortunately though that would mean certain death, so Marco Polo has to use all his trickery - and a few ointments - to make her a virgin again.

At the court of Kublai Khan, the Khan is more than happy to receive his virginal bride, so he invites Marco to stay for a while - which is good news because there are many woman in the Khan's court Marco Polo can seduce with all his Venetian cunning, but bad news since Shahara still longs for him but Marco knows this could cost him his head ...

Still, Marco finds several occasions to get intimate with Shahara right under the Khan's nose - like when he convinces the Khan to lick his medicine from virgins' bodies and has sex with Shahara who's pretending to be one of the virgins - and eventually he manages to convince the Khan of his sincerity to such a degree that the Khan, while going into war, leaves Shahara in his care ... which of course means shagging for days on end. When Marco Polo receives news though that the Khan will be back shortly, he prefers to just hightail it ...


One of the better Joe D'Amato porns inasmuch as it actually does have a plot - however feeble it may be and however obvious it is that each plot device is just the setup for yet another fuck. It's not a great film though, and Rocco Siffredi might convince in the stud-department, but he's certainly not a great actor, but it's completely watchable and at times even mildly amusing without being downright silly - which is saying much considering hardcore pornography.


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