Second Chance (2002)

| Adult, Drama, Fantasy | Video 2002
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Avy Scott ... Susan (as Avy)
Jezebelle Bond Jezebelle Bond ... Harry's Girlfriend
Aurora Snow ... Girl Having Sex in the Office
Alexis Amore ... Davia
Fujiko Kano Fujiko Kano ... Brenda
Cameron Caine Cameron Caine ... Sarah (as Cameron)
Cherokee Cherokee ... Girl in Bathroom
Steven St. Croix ... Harry
Jay Ashley Jay Ashley ... John's Co-Worker
Terry J. Hunter Terry J. Hunter ... Maggie
Dave Cummings Dave Cummings ... John
Frank Bukkwyd Frank Bukkwyd ... Older Mike
Randy Spears ... John / Mike
Tina Tyler Tina Tyler ... Miss Cunningham
Dick Tracy Dick Tracy ... Bill (as Dic Tracy)
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

2002 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Second Chances See more »

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Wicked Pictures See more »
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Color
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A "Six months later" card is inserted in the wrong place in film's editing, and contradicted by a verbal references to six months passing as well as the next day, confusing the sequence of events following central character John's transformation, See more »

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Excellent tale of a fantasy Mulligan
24 June 2019 | by lor_See all my reviews

The team of writer Melissa Monet and director Jim Enright gave Wicked Pictures one of its better movies two decades ago with this very well-acted portrayal of an old theme - giving a person a chance to relive their life over differently.

It's posited as more or less science fiction, though the filmmakers do not dwell on the mechanics of how this fantasy premise is achieved. In a fine NonSex performance, one of porn's oldie studs Dave Cummings plays John, seen gazing at an old photo of himself and pal Harry in better days long ago. Suddenly a young man (Steven St. Croix) pops up and claims to be Harry, with a tall tale of having had a makeover and living a new life with a new youthful look (and new young female playmates).

Harry tries to sell his old friend on making the transformation, and soon John is caught up with a malevolent group, personified by Tina Tyler in a strong NonSex role as Miss Cunningham, its chief recruiter, a tough lady indeed.

How John fares in his new life, now named Mike and played by Randy Spears, makes for an engrossing drama/thriller, with plenty of strong sex content included. What makes it different from the norm (then and especially now) is how Monet and Enright maintain the viewer's interest and involvement with the characters and the story, rather than creating the usual impatience engendered in a genre where the audience is likely to think "hey, let's get on with the sex!".

Another quality NonSex acting job is delivered by mature beauty Terry J. Hunter as John's wife (and fooled into thinking she's a widow by the mean-spirited company run by Miss Cunnngham) Maggie, while Avy Scott leads a long list of beauties in the female sex roles. Spears is far better than usual in handling the angst of his character who gets in way over his head, and St. Croix is believable as the selfish friend-turned-bad-guy.

I was greatly pleased by the thorough list of cast credits, giving all the players, sex or no sex, recognition.


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