Jay is an Austrian down on his luck... he just got his girlfriend pregnant but has no money. His father suggests that he go to America and make money - that way he can send his earnings back to the mother-to-be. Jay has one more problem... He is a sex addict! Once he gets to America, he ends up having sex with someone from every job he gets... resulting in him getting fired! Will Jay find his true calling? Could it be actually getting paid for sex?! It is "The American Dream" after all!
Director Tristan Taormino takes eight new porn stars to a secluded house for 36 hrs. Each is strong-willed, each is unique and the only thing they have in common is they work in adult. As they get to know each other, what happens is completely up to them; they make the decisions. They know in advance who they'll have sex with, but when, where and how is totally their call. The action is fast and spontaneous, the hook-ups explosive. In between sex scenes, castmates go into a private "confessional," where they speak openly and honestly-- about being in porn, relationships, fantasies, and their fellow castmates. Some revelations are deeply personal, others unexpectedly provocative. And the "Perv Cam" is always available for any cast member to shoot anything he or she wants, no matter how intimate. Chemistry 2...the experiment continues.
Executive privilege has its perks. Long legs behind the watercooler. A crack of panties under a desk. Your secretary's ass tightens as she leans across your desk to pick up a file. Let's face it, these are the things that make work interesting. Now what if Savanna was your secretary and she craved anal? What if Katja Kassin did your filing and got personal with the personnel, all at the same time? Go ahead. Give yourself that raise. The Workplace is here.