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Red Blooded 2

Red Blooded 2 ★★ 1996

Sequel to “Red Blooded American Girl” finds allAmerican college boy Trent Colbert (Winters) peacefully driving home when he's forced to rescue tough babe Miya (Salin) from rape and murder at a truck stop. Miya informs him that her violent trucker father is behind the attack and the duo are chased by 18wheelers and the cops. However, this doesn't prevent Miya from finding the time to introduce innocent Trent to cheap motels, hot sex, and black leather. 86m/C VHS . CA Kari Salin, Kristoffer Ryan Winters, Burt Young, David Keith, Nicholas Pasco; D: David Blyth; W: Nicolas Stiliadis; C: Edgar Egger; M: Paul Zaza.

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