Andrej Lupin quickly establishes the premise of his series “Game at the Moment” in the opening moments of Part 1. A group of friends are engaged in a spirited session of game play. The board game they’re playing is called “69 Love in World,” and spectators will quickly recognize its similarity to the age-old amusement, “Truth or Dare.” When it’s Nick Wolanski’s turn he’s tasked with teasing Gina Gerson, which he does by kissing her exposed ass and panty-clad pussy from behind. But the elements of voyeurism, exhibitionism, and group merriment evaporate and disappear while Wolanski and Gerson share a tender, passionate kiss. When they release their embrace the room is empty, they’re alone, and the mood is intimate, sensuous, and romantic. While the couple demonstrate a strong emotional connection it’s never made explicitly clear if they’ve been thrown together by the game, or if they’re an already an established couple. This uncertainty only adds to the intimacy and impact of the interlude — both participants are keenly focused on each other throughout, and as the scene unfolds there’s an almost reverential quality to the action. Kisses are slow, tender, lingering. Eye-contact is extended, expressive, conveying deep desire, lighthearted enjoyment, and the shared experience of sexual pleasure. Wolanski is the more emotionally reserved of the two, but not at the expense of attentiveness or commitment. But anyone would appear reserved when compared to Gina Gerson. When she’s dispensing pleasure she’s a visual delight, teasing and pleasing in equal measure. And when she’s receiving it she’s electric — this delicate, slender, petite gamine is shockingly responsive, and expresses herself vocally and physically with vivid, visceral energy. Whether she’s administering a two-fisted blowjob, fucking or being fucked, Gerson is a sight to behold, and her connection with Wolanski and her stunning performance in its own right make “Game at the Moment Part 1” a definite winner.