Ibiza: Rich businessman and discotheque-owner Alban Oulard (Alban
Ceray) goes away on a business trip, having to leave his three women -
wife Patti (Dominique-Patricia Séjourné), daughter Therese (Linda
Ordónez), maid/mistress/gogo-dancer Oli (Olinka Hardiman) - alone in his
remote mansion ... and as fate would have it, he has picked exactly the
time for his trip when three sex offenders prowl the region, looking for -
well, sex. And while Therese and Oli are out looking for sex in the
neighbourhood, and Patti is planning on nothing but doing a swim in her
pool, the three brutes show up at her place to gangrape her. Then Patti's
friend Laura (Laurence Eymard) shows up - and the two women are forced to
have lesbian sex in front of our rapists. This situation eventually
develops into an orgy, and the baddies even film the proceedings. Then Oli
and Therese arrive home, but they are forwarned by finding the rapists'
jeep outside, so they make up a plan to enter the house without being seen
... but it doesn't work that way, they are captured, and together with
Patti (no idea what has happened to Laura), they are taken to Alban's
yacht, which the baddies plan to make an escape on - with plenty of pussy
to keep them company. Then, pretty much without warning, the three brutes
disappear, leaving the three women behind - and only Oli seems to have
been slightly traumatized by the experience. They agree though to never
again mention the ordeal.
That evening, Alban returns home from his
businesstrip - driving all over the island looking for some new pussy to
shag -, and the girls act as if nothing has happened. Until Alban
accidently plays the video the brutes took during their orgy.
in writing, this film might sound as sleazy, misogynist and disturbing as
can be. On film though, it weirdly enough is not. Basically, it's just
your typical hardcore porn flick, looking for plenty of excuses to show a
sex scene or two - and if some of the sex scenes are rapes, so what? (Not
my opinion, but the director's apparently.) The sex is filmed just the
same, basically reduced to a mechanical level and filmed in a purely
functional way. And the performers seem less than interested in gracing
these scenes with the proper emotions (after all, a rape is supposed to be
something traumatic). It should perhaps also be noted that some of the
rape scenes are only (very obviously) simulated, while all consensuous sex
is explicitely real.
All of this doesn't say too much about the actual
film - which is little more than your run-of-the-mill, unimaginative piece
of porn. You'll probably like at least some of the girl, but that's about
the nicest thing I can say about the film ...