In the film, an irritated wife, played by Alison Ray, seeks professional help after her partner (Michael Vegas) blows all the other money on NFT and other “stupid meme stocks he’s seen on social media”.
After some misguided Googling, he contacts Suzanne the prostitute, who mistakes him for Orman, and sets up an appointment.
During couples counseling with leather-clad prostitutes, he says his methods are “100 percent guaranteed – especially with irresponsible men.”
At first, the husband rolls his eyes at the prostitute’s suggestion so the two women deploy erotic Pavlovian methods of seduction into the man.
“Have you ever considered a Roth IRA?” A scene while the Devil moans. “When you start investing now. Oh my God. Retirement will get so much by then. ” .
After completion of the prostitute’s sexual seminar, the husband is fully convinced to address his finances and start by building a balanced portfolio.
Explaining the film’s message, Cherry told The US Sun: “Well I think it’s kind of Pavlov’s dog, isn’t it?”
“It’s like whoever is watching this is jerking off and they’re happy. They have endorphins everywhere and they’re like, maybe subconsciously every time they hear about an IRA from now on. This IRA is so bad ‘.
“I’m subconsciously stealing,” she continued. “But I’m going to get that information across one way or another, let me tell you.”