One of the videos with the Peters Twins focused solely on them both as people, coming over to America in a haze of porn triumph. This is accompanied by sexy and shocking (for me at least, because you just never actually really see such scenes) hardcore twincest porn scenes. And it's quite an odd mix.
We see them signing autographs at a porn store. Shopping in an American mall. Working out. Eating. Talking about their parents, and how they won't speak to them anymore. Doing crunches being a motif that weaves in and out throughout their days and nights.
And then we see them bareback fucking each other, and swapping cum, of course.
There is way something hot about it and them. No lie. Come on.
But the getting to know them in the video actually just made me sad.
I see why Bel Ami did this video in this way. It humanizes them. Makes it less insane for us theoretically. More normal.
But I found whatever forbidden allure the video had for me was spoiled somewhat by seeing just how hopeful, open, and innocent they really seem to be. The "this is disgusting" reaction totally goes out the window, for me, because they seem so sweet, and rather lost. They seem genuine and kind. This is kind of devastating considering how these videos will probably always define them, and how most people will always react to these videos, and therefore, them.
A part of me wants to not judge at all. And say go guys--do your thing. It's none of my business. And like I said, it's even sexy. But then you watch them so thrilled to be even for a moment--a VIP somewhere/anywhere, signing a video box of them 69-ing, and it's somewhat sad. Like the way many of the characters in BOOGIE NIGHTS make you sad ultimately.
One can tell signing autographs at the porn store is just heaven to them. As their ultimate goal is to be a famous American celebrity. After all, what they are doing is not so far afield from the Kardashians or Paris Hilton or Melania. Watch! A Peters Twin someday could end up as the President of these United States. Or married to one. Why not?
It's just nuts though that this idea/fantasy/fiction of being a famous American celebrity wields such power and such appeal. There are seemingly no limits as to what people will do to try and attain this. With the Peters Twins one feels this particular story will not end happily. These boys are without the built-in Kardashian or Hilton or Trump wealth to catch them. And sweetness doesn't go very far in that world or any world really.