Sex Substitute 2 is softcore erotica made for the couples market.
Scott Duke plays a wannabe screenwriter who makes ends meet by house-sitting, 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 Scott entertaining a girlfriend, he desperately needs another gig. He
crashes that night 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.
This leaves Scott all alone with the owner's beautiful sister.
Complications arise when a magazine misprint causes the B&B 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, Scott
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, played by Angela
Davies, discovers what is happening.
The nudity and simulated sex is nearly constant and the photographic quality
is good. In addition to the nudity, the story is pleasant to watch
because we like the characters, and the whole thing is light-spirited.
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