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Security expert Will Griffith has been hired to secure the mansion of South American expatriate Hector Mejenes, who has had attempts made on his life, upon the insistance of his American wife, Marilyn. Now the neglected wife finds herself attracted to the security guard and vice versa. Written by
An inferior step-down from the first, as with most sequels!
Well, I said it all. Pretty much what's in the one-line summary. And, no, I don't think Shannon Tweed helped.
Will Griffith (Andrew Stevens), star of Night Eyes I, has found a new job: protecting Marilyn Mejenes (Shannon Tweed), an American-born woman, and her husband, Hector. Hector is some kind of diplomat I think, and is running for President. Anyway, a mysterious attacker has been stalking over Marilyn's mansion. It isn't long before Will and Marilyn fall in love. And the usual trouble ensues...
I found this movie to be a RATHER inferior step-down from the first. It wasn't a complete waste, but the action (and I mean the violence, with guns), didn't help it. The sex scenes, I suppose, bring to us creative uses for gym equipment and how to use berries as an aphrodisiac. I LIKED the movie a little. This doesn't in any way, shape or form measure up to the first. Also, I thought the whole thing with Mejenes being some Spanish diplomat who has fallen from grace rather silly.
**Review based on R-version**
Nudity Sex Violence Profanity
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