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Released: Sep 01st, 2002
Running Time: 75
Director: Robby D.
Company: Vivid Entertainment Group
Cast: Kelsey, Steve Hatcher, Julian (I), Kristal Summers, Kyle Stone (I), April (I), Julian (II), Erik Masterson, Chelsea Sinclair, Zana
Critical Rating: AAAA
Comedy. David Stanley fans.
After a one-minute recap of Part 1 (Porn is declared illegal by judge Wendy Divine. Eric Masterson, Steve Hatcher and Pat Myne get a five-year sentence for making it), we meet our porn-making protagonists at prison orientation, where a large black inmate asks for their autographs. Turns out he has a pretty good idea for a scene, at a band camp, and Chelsea Sinclaire and Erik Everhard perform it. Oblivious to the scene the rest of us just saw, the inmate elaborates: "You gotta lotta phallic symbolism - not to be too Freudian about it - how come you don't do one of them?"
Hatcher has an answer: "Because every time we call your mom, she isn't home."
Serious Eighth Amendment violations follow.
In the day room, they see legendary porn star Harry P (Kyle Stone) and flash back to one of his '70s scenes (with Chelsea Sinclaire) after which he gets busted and thrown into prison. "She threw the book at him," Masterson illuminates, as a hurled tome conks Stone on the noggin. The four escape from prison (unsuccessfully, but Stone has a dynamite death scene) and when they finally get out for real, Hatcher and Myne head for mainstream and Masterson goes back to the porn grind. In his editing bay, Masterson finds a hand-held tape of a go-round they had with Kelsey (The first time in two hours these three have gotten laid on camera) which led them to L.A. in the first place.
And this leads to a devastating ending.
Pre-nom for script (The only thing missing is the music video of Everybody's Doin' It) Sex Comedy (both parts) and direction (Robby nails the look of those Golden Age films) and one for Chelsea Sinclaire in her role as Everywoman. Or every woman.