Vol. 2 of Nica Noelle's CHEATERS RETREAT was shot separately but picks up where part 1 left off. We're at an expensive weekend workshop of couples with relationship issues, run by charming "relationships guru" Nick Manning. After a 3-minute recap of footage from Vol. 1, Chastity Lynn, a young lesbian stretching her wings with male companionship, finds Nick meditating outside and confesses to him that she's had sex with Black super-stud Sean Michaels.
Nick is sympathetic and hands her a smooth line, helping her out by humping her. Scene shifts to indoors when it goes hardcore and Nick's money shot is on Lynn's belly.
Sean and wife Darla Crane are packing to go home. She has been serviced previously by Nick, and now reconciles with cheating hubby Sean, willing to have sex with him and the resulting bounce back is a satisfying mixed-combo XXX scene that earns her a facial.
Chastity and lover Magdalene St. Michaels are ready to break up, Maggie having had sex at the retreat with young Wolf Hudson. As they squabble, Wolf appears and cuts through the lesbian psychodrama with a simple solution - a torrid three-way that makes everyone happy including the insatiable Wolf, who's treated to anilingus for good measure.
Finale was not as predictable as I had expected. Troublemaker Rayveness is giving Nick a massage, and he is full of himself as usual, comparing himself to Spiderman (a great non sequitur in Nica's script), explaining how he owes it to the world to share his greatness with everyone. Rayveness is more interested in sex, and wearing fetching black hose (odd for a masseuse), she humps Nick to repletion, and a love ballad is sung on the soundtrack to end this 3 and 3/4-hour 2-part story.
Hidden gems like CHEATERS RETREAT (and precisely its not being well-known) convince me that the degrading of the audience's taste continues to put quality Adult Entertainment in jeopardy -the fans have voted and the distributors agree: gonzo is king. What passes for quality in recent decades is largely over-produced flashy junk, just as is the case in mainstream entertainment, but I hope that singular voices like Noelle's will continue to find self-realization in more personal efforts like this one.
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