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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
Shannon Tweed, who is of course incomparably better that Tanya Roberts (the star of the first "Night Eyes") in every possible way, spices up this erotic thriller that is a sequel only in the sense that Andrew Stevens plays the same character. Tweed has some really steamy workout scenes, and her sex scenes are very well-photographed, but eventually get a little boring through overlength. The plot is minimal, though the film tries to "pump up" the thriller aspect in the last 20 minutes, by including some unexpectedly brutal and raw violence. (**)
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