Released for the summer from the confines of a strict boarding school, a bevy of young finishing school lovelies are transplanted to a summer camp full of randy counselors and shady thickets perfect for brushing up on human anatomy and comparative sexual analysis. The sex is sleazy, free, fast and loose, and brings back a time when the only people who even thought of using condoms were those whose girls weren’t on the pill. Fun and really erotic, this pic has just about everything going for it, including the seldom-seen but fabulous Barbara Klouds, this is far and wide agreed to be some of her best work. A timeless piece of carnal filmmaking.
Those sex-starved students from the Townsend School for Girls head off to camp for the summer. The girls almost immediately start batting their eyes at the counselors, and pretty soon, they are trying to hop in the sack with them. While Marium (Lori Blue) has her sights set on the foreign exchange counselor, Buffy (Elaine Wells) wants the gym coach. Naturally, the counselors are only too happy to oblige them.
Little Girls Blue 2 is basically the same exact movie as the first one, just in a different setting. While that’s not necessarily a bad thing, it is a noticeable step down from the original classic. Returning director Joanna Williams gives us slight variations on the fantasy sequences that made the original so memorable, but doesn’t really add anything new to the mix. She does deliver a pretty funny calisthenics scene where Wells cuts a hole in her gym shorts to catch the eye of the gym teacher.
The cast is pretty strong for this sort of thing. Blue is once again quite hot as the daydreaming ringleader of the group. Wells is also very foxy as the vivacious Buffy. Eric Edwards and Herschel Savage are also entertaining as the experienced males who are eager to show the girls a thing or two.
The sex scenes are decent enough. Blue’s fantasies are well-shot and there’s a pretty funny scene where two girls seduce a nerd. The best scenes though are between Wells and Edwards. There’s a genuine chemistry between the two performers that makes their scenes fun to watch.