12 February 2019 | lor_
Disappointing belated followup
Better leave well enough alone, as Henri Pachard/Ron Sullivan's second grab at the brass ring fails to hit the memorable mark of his previous film. Even a fine cast is wasted.
John Leslie merely screams his role, playing a guy who is nasty to everyone, mad at the world and unfortunately presaging his embarrassing "angry old coot" persona adopted a decade later for his pretentious "The Lecher". The script written by Pachard/Sullivan tritely deals with infidelity, the only bright spots contributed by Nina Hartley, who has a "legends" lesbian scene blonde-on-blonde with Sharon Kane.