January 14, 2009

Behind the Scenes: Boy Country

COLT Studio Group is back with Boy Country, and director Kristofer Weston (top photo) wrote to dish the dirt about the filming of the first scene in the movie. Luckily, he sent some pics, too! Kris tell us that the scene between cuties David West and Bobby Clark (below) was shot at a luxurious 17-acre estate. “It could not be more beautiful,” Weston says, “but I have never shot a scene on a rocking rowboat before.” After prepping everything on-set with videographer Todd Montgomery, Kris was ready for the Buckshot Boys to get the scene started. “I look up to see two beautiful boys bouncing down the hill toward us,” Kris recalls. “The first one is Bobby Clark, and I knew instantly this kid was full of energy and charisma. The second boy named David West was quieter but had a twinkle in his eye when he saw the boat. I told them to get in and row out to the middle of the lake. He did it without hesitation and with boyish excitement. I was very pleased and could tell that this was going to be something special.”

Even though he was nervous about the shoot, Kris says that Bobby kept the crew laughing on breaks and was constantly mugging for the cameras. He adds that David was perfection and “had a butt and uncut piece that would not quit! His lips knew how to keep Bobby rock-hard, and he ended up being quite the carnival ride for young Bobby!” Sounds like fun! To see the results of their, um, hard work and all of Boy Country, visit www.coltstudiogroup.com.

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