Pamela Stanford has a habit of going to bars, picking up men, taking
them home & having them fuck her sister Karine Gambier, who she keeps chained
& locked up in a cage. On the next day, the men
invariably wake up in their cars, not knowing if the whole thing was
real at all, & Gambier is told by her sister it didn't happen at
The family doctor, Jack Taylor, seems to think she suffers from nymphomania
rapidly developing into paranoid schizophrenia (!).
But why would sister
Stanford do such a thing ? You know, her younger sister would inherit a
vast family fortune at age 21, unless of course she is found dead or
insane first ... & Gambier's 21st birthday is approaching rapidly. So,
in the night before Gambier turns 21, Stanford succeeds in having Eric
Falk fuck her, & if that wasn't bad enough, faking
his own death during the act. & if that doesn't drive our chained
& caged Gambier over the edge, the reappearing corpse of Falk in the
most unlikely places will, & if that still doesn't work, why not have our
presumed dead Falk rape her ?
It would work, too, if it wasn't for a
former bedfellow of Karine Gambier who had actually fallen in love with
her & frees her from both her cage & her illusions of being mad.
The pair of them are forcing Stanford to leave, who, put out on the
streets, must learn that doctor Jack Taylor - actually an actor who was
in on the whole deal from the beginning - is not the least interested
in her without the
Though this movie has all the ingredients that made other Franco
sexploitation-pics so great - an over-the-top unbelievable story, silly
dialogue, an incredible amount of excuses (even non-excuses) to show
naked women -, this movie somehow does not work quite that well. It
might be that Franco here neither succeeded in creating an otherworldly
atmosphere that made many of his movies so odd, nor does he show his
trademark tongue-in-cheek-humour, thanks to which he turned many
underwhelming formula-scripts into entertaining little romps.
are left with here is just a typical piece of 70's sexploitation, no
less, but certainly not more.