Young American tourist
Janet Cooper goes on vacation to a remote South American country. After
getting arrested by a corrupt cop and subsequently found guilty on trumped-up
narcotics smuggling charges, Janet is incarcerated at an isolated castle
located deep in the jungle that serves as a women's penitentiary. The
brutal staff not only treats the inmates as their own sexual playthings,
but the girls are also forced also forced into prostitution and become
prey for decadent rich patrons who hunt them down like wild animals.
This was the debut
project for Pilar Orive (sometimes credited as Pilar Oribe), a young beauty-pageant
winner (Spain's Miss Euskadi) who migrated to Argentina shortly after
the release of this film. She married South American pop singer Paolo
Salvatore in 1995 and retired from motion pictures after making the obscure
Andrea Bianchi film Fleshy Doll that same year.
Lucchetti was part of the Lucio Fulci studio system, working mostly behind
the scenes with that horror maestro. He wrote and directed a film produced
by Fulci called BLOODY
PSYCHO in 1989. During this time, Mr Lucchetti also began writing
scripts for other non-Fulci productions including Klaus Kinski's NOSFERATU
IN VENICE and two for his friend Pasquale Fanetti (Frank DeNiro),
OF DESIRE and SCENT
OF PASSION. He retired from the business when Fulci died in 1996.
Italian film in English Language; fullscreen format (16:9), uncut (91
DVD encoded for ALL REGION NTSC WORLD FORMAT; extra include original trailer.
Violence/Nudity/Extreme Sexual Brutality/Lesbianism/S&M/Whipping/Drugs
Recommended for Adult Audiences