A business man (Lucky Kargo), unhappy in his marriage, has his plane land in Las Vegas where he ends up getting stranded for the night. He eventually runs into a high school drop-out who is new in town and soon the two strike up a friendship. Before long he has to ask himself whether or not he should have an affair.
This Barry Mahon film certainly isn't as campy as some of his movies but there are enough interesting moments to make it worth viewing if you're into these type of grade Z exploitation movies. This one here features plenty of female nudity so the rain coat crowd will certainly be pleased with it, although I must admit that the story itself rarely makes too much sense.
Obviously the main goal was to show off naked women and on that level the film is a major success. Those going into seedy theaters to see nudity were taken good care of. I also thought Kargo turned in a pretty good performance and the film at least runs at a good pace and with a 59 minute running time it doesn't overstay its welcome.
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