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Mark (Mark Shannon) has some kind of prostate condition that makes a
castration within a fortnight necessary. Having nothing to lose, Mark
decides to spend this fortnight on a Caribbean island, trying to track
down Myra (Annj Goren), the one woman he really loved - even if she's said
to have died 10 years ago. Yet, once on the island, Mark seems to spot her
again and again - which is somewhat plausible since a voodoo priest is
said to have captured her soul (so ok, that's not very plausible, either)
But looking for Myra doesn't stop him from shagging every woman who
comes his way, even Lucia (Lucia Ramirez), the wife of his best friend
Jacques. Thing is, every kind of excitement, especially sex, causes Mark
massive pain in his genital region.
Eventually, Lisa, Mark's wife, shows up at his hotel, upon which Mark
goes into hiding, staying at a little pension in the middle of nowhere
where he meets Myra again - and is forced to see her having sex with other
man and the like.
Lisa turns to Jacques to help her find her husband, but Jacques - who
knows Mark has forced his wife Lucia to have sex with him - only agrees to
it after he had sex with her, and he feels nothing but malicious joy when
he learns about Mark's prostate condition - and thus time and again he
delays finding Maark to have him suffer a little more ...
Mark meanwhile has gone mad: He kills the owner of the pension he's
staying at in a fit of rage then tracks Myra down to the beach to have sex
with her at last, then he castrates himself with a knife and dies from the
Too late do Lisa and Jacques learn that the woman Mark was seeing
wasn't Myra at all but her 10 years younger sister who had been brought up
by her father to have revenge on Mark since the father blames Mark for
Myra's death ...
Oh boy, what a piece of crap, an attempt to blend voodoo and hardcore
sex by means of a very feeble and at times totally incomprehensible, silly
little story - to an extent that one can't help but wonder what were
they thinking ? Quite possibly this is the worst of Joe D'Amato's
Caribbean series ... but having said all that, the film is at times so
weird it's unintentionally funny, and if you can laugh about sex and
voodoo (and who can't ?) you might find this one enjoyable - enjoyable for
all the wrong reasons, but enjoyable still.