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It's not too easy to make head or tails of this film, but I'll try: At
the beginning, Foncesca (Lina Romay) is abducted by aliens, who gangrape
her and give her nine second-pregnancies to rapidly populate their planet
again ... but wait, this is all just a play which Foncesca stars in.
Actually, Foncesca is the wife of Flanagan (Antonio Rebollo), who
unbeknowest to her is a criminal who wants to drag her into some kind of
crooked deal. Eventually, she finds out and threatens Flanagan with a gun
- enter the Argentinians, a naked tango-dancing couple who disarm her, tie
her to a chair and torture her.
But wait, that's not what's happening at
all, Foncesca and Flanagan are actually a very happy couple who have sex
on the beach regularly. Eventually, during their vacation, they bump into
another couple, and they all marry - all marry each other at the same time
that is. From now on, it's an orgy every night, something that bores the
two men before long, so at the first opportunity they sneak away to shag
But no, that's not a real story, that's something
Foncesca, Flanagan and their friends have seen on the TV. Foncesca now is
a particularly naive prostitute, and Flanagan doesn't even try to hide
that he has some sinister agenda that involves her. Truth is, Flanagan and
friends are Satanists, and they need Foncesca as a human sacrifice ... and
as a highlight of their next rite, naked Foncesca is stabbed to death.
no, Foncesca is not dead, nor a whore, she's a showgirl travelling to her
next assignment with her partner. She falls asleep though, and he picks up
a hitchhiker, and seizes the first opportunity to sneak away with her to
have sex. When Foncesca wakes up, she goes looking for her partner, but
instead runs into the aliens from the beginning of the movie who abduct
her to gangbang her ...
And if that doesn't sound confusing enough, the
story is repeatedly interrupted by a naked girl rolling around on her bed
who's introduced as the producer's girlfriend. And even director Jess
Franco is seen in the film repeatedly, being himself, the director, and in
one scene he even discusses some dialogue with his actors ...
true of course, the higher the nudity and sex content in Jess Franco's
films, the less sense they make on a story level, and this one contains lots
of nudity and (simulated) sex, so it's hardly surprising it fails to
really fall together narratively. However, when other Franco sex flicks,
especially from the early 1980's, tend to be a bit straining, narratively,
this one is fascinating - fascinating in its way Jess Franco works all
sorts of old school pulp mainstays into his oversexed plot, fascinating in its
tongue-in-cheek approach and directorial light-footedness, and fascinating
in unpretentiousness and its utter and conscious refusal to be more than a
little sexy absurdity, but quite probably the funniest one there is.