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Terry David Mulligan
Lily is a sheltered art student from Michigan going to school in California. She finds an apartment and her roommates aren't quite normal. One day she finds a box of items belonging to a girl she's never met before. But in the box are nude pictures of the girl and her diary. Lily begins reading the diary and realizes that she's going to change her life and become a wild woman! She begins dating a guy and at the same time her art instructor begins to lust after her. The struggle begins when her boyfriend thinks she's unfaithful to him and her art teacher becomes obsessed. Written by
This is the only film in the series where "Ivy" is the protagonist, not the antagonist. See more »
At the party when Lilly and Gredin are in the bathroom, as Lilly pulls her dress down you can see the camera move up in the mirror behind her. See more »
[knocking on her bedroom door]
[as she's taking down drawings]
Can I come in?
No. I'm not dressed.
[through the door]
I'm sorry about earlier. It had nothing to do with you.
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Daphna's plush toy (Johnny Rabbit) is credited as "himself". See more »
Poison Ivy 2: Lily is a great movie, much better than the first. While the original Poison Ivy was very tame (it's only nudity was a brief shot of a bare butt) Poison Ivy 2: Lily contains loads of nudity. Lily arrives at an art college where she takes up with sculptor Gredin and poses nude for her art teacher Donald Falk. Soon Donald is so obsessed with Lily that he tries to rape her and that leads to some tragic consequences for all involved. I did enjoy the original Poison Ivy but enjoyed the 2nd much more because it dared to show more bare flesh and had a good storyline. I recommend that you see both films.
Poison Ivy 2: Lily is Rated R for strong sexuality and nudity, adult language, and for some violence.
NOTE: Poison Ivy 2: Lily was released in two versions: an R Rated version that trims some sex scenes, and an UNRATED version that contains two more minutes of sexual sequences.
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