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The love, or at least the lust, has gone out of the marriage between college professor Heather (Marie Leroux) and Kyle (Martin Hewitt) since he gave up his career as a respected art critic to try his hand at performance art. In her eyes, he's lost his ambition, and she just doesn't respect him anymore. When she leaves, hoping to force him to think things over, he calls a hooker, beguiling Stacey (Amy Rochelle), who uses all the feminine wiles and lingerie she can muster to make him her slave. Meanwhile, poor young, blonde, busty, and beautiful Irene (Sara Suzanne Brown) arrives to look over Kyle's house, which he has put up for sale to underwrite his art career. She comes back for an affair because her plumbing-obsessed husband Bill (Mark T. Paladini) doesn't provide the romance and sensuality she needs as a woman. Kyle falls in love with Stacey, who doesn't love him, while Irene falls in love with Kyle, who doesn't love her.Written by
This film has nothing to do with the first film, which also starred Hewitt. Hewitt is cast as an unemployed married guy who tries to become a conceptual artist by video taping his life and talking to the camera. He orders a hooker, and becomes drawn to her, as she treats him like nothing. He also has a affair with a married woman, so he treated her like the same way the hooker treated him. He says some interesting speech like how dating a woman is like getting hooker, and how she didn't care about irene and all she was to him was a hot thing. Funny scenes and lines, and this is one of Hewitt's best roles. The unrated version seems to go on forever and is really boring, but the "R" version is shorter and runs better.
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