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The wonder of The Fourth Body, 4 Sep 2004
It was some time that the Roy Stuart's new book was expected and it was worth the waiting.
The way he portraits women is absolutely amazing: I would describe it as pure sex detached by the sexual act itself, a flood of emotions that comes out from the pictures and caresses and hits the spectator at the same time.
The strenght of these mixed emotions varies from picture to picture: some of the face portraits show fascinating sadness and melanchony as well as other staged pictures bring bure sexual energy as they bring a lot of motion.
The locations in which the pictures are taken vary from luxury apartments to outdoor and also underwater; the environment and the models are always in perfect synergy.
The book comes with a nice hardcover and high quality paper.
To find a DVD enclosed with the book was an unexpected but nice surprise. On this disc you will find some of the situations contained in the book. The vision of the book first would be advisable in order to compare in a second moment the impressions incited by the pictures with the moving images of the disc.
The movie contains scenes of extraordiary originality: amazing is the scene where a model dances on the piano and also when a model moves while in a transparent elevator in motion. The particularity is how the movie fully complements the pictures.
I would reccommend the purchase of this piece of art to all the adult women and men who want to get inspiration and get their minds excited by a high class erotism which is far way more stimulating than obsolete pornography.