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The Sex Substitute 2 (2003)

A wannabe screenwriter makes ends meet by housesitting, which not only brings in a few bucks but also saves him the cost of having to maintain a place of his own. When one of the homeowners... See full synopsis »

Director:

R.J. Thomas

Writer:

T.W. Porrill
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Cast

Cast overview:
Sebastien Guy ... Nick Vance (as Scott Duke)
Ander Page Ander Page ... Melinda
Tylo Taylor Tylo Taylor ... Drake
Angela Nicholas ... Dr. Christine Chamberlain (as Toni Larsen)
Steven Vince Steven Vince ... Anthony
Georgia Adair Georgia Adair ... Tamara
Jacy Andrews ... Barbara
Cara Jo Basso Cara Jo Basso ... Jamie
Anthony Bates Anthony Bates ... Colby
Jill Brighton Jill Brighton ... Tina
Marie Cambridge Marie Cambridge ... Wendy
Kelsey Heart Kelsey Heart ... Veronica (as Kelsey)
Rebekah Ryan Rebekah Ryan ... Katie
Iva Franks Singer ... Debi
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Storyline

A wannabe screenwriter makes ends meet by housesitting, which not only brings in a few bucks but also saves him the cost of having to maintain a place of his own. When one of the homeowners returns early and finds the housesitter entertaining a girlfriend, he's out of a job with no place to stay. He crashes at the house of an actor friend, and is lucky enough to land a gig the next day at a failing bed and breakfast while the owner takes a business trip.

Complications arise when a magazine misprint causes the B&B's address and phone number to be given at the end of an article praising a local sex spa. When customers start arriving in droves demanding sexually-oriented services, the housesitter feels duty-bound to service them, but his growing affection for the owner's sister and the immense number of guests causes him to bring in reinforcements in the person of his actor friend.

It is just a matter of time before the real sex therapist discovers what is happening.

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Genres:

Comedy | Drama

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for strong sexual content | See all certifications »
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Details

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

17 March 2003 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Discoveries See more »

Filming Locations:

Malibu, California, USA

Company Credits

Production Co:

Indigo Entertainment See more »
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Follows Body & Soul (2003) See more »

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Good, fun, softcore. Lots of new faces.
27 October 2003 | by dbrown-070204See all my reviews

If you liked the Playboy/Image releases "Model Solution" and "Personals 2, casualsex.com", you'll like this one as well.

Guy gets a job caring for a failing bed and breakfast while the owner is out of town. A magazine article about a nearby sex therapy center mistakenly lists the address and phone number of the BB. So guests start showing up at the BB, expecting sex therapy. The guy sees an opportunity to save the BB, get some action, and impress the owner's sister. It's a mindless little storyline, but serves its purpose.

There are eight sex scenes. Seven are straight boy/girl scenes and one starts out girl/girl, but becomes boy/girl/girl. All the sex scenes are well done. The sounds of the actors are audible and there aren't any awkward or abrupt endings. All the women are attractive and there is a good variety of them. All but one of them were new to me. Of the women, I liked Georgia Adair (two scenes), Ander Page (1 scene), and Kelsey (1 scene) the most. I wish they would have given Ander Page another scene. I also hope that both her and Georgia Adair do more things in the future because both of them are knockouts.

There was one thing that annoyed me. In the video, there is one place where we get to see about two seconds of a boy/girl scene (I didn't include it in the counts above). In the "behind the scenes" extra, you can see that there was a lot more. That it was shot as a full sex scene. Why wasn't it included? Playboy! Get your priorities straight! I don't watch these things for the story and dialog.


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