Synopsis by Eleanor Mannikka
As softcore films go, this offering by Joe D'Amato manages to give even less motivation to its characters, less substance to the plot, and less direction to the actors than the normal one-dimensional, plotless wonders with sex as a focal point. The story starts with a fascist bringing home Zelba (Laura Gemser), an Abyssinian slave, from his tour of duty in Africa. After he tires of Zelba, she is handed over to his wife (Lilli Carati) which causes a rift between the wife and her lesbian lover. The scorned lover is raped one day, and in a rage she plots her revenge by setting fire to Zelba and burning her to death. For some reason, she had no visible grudge against her rapist.
Fascism, fire, lesbianism, lover, rage, rape, revenge, slavery, white-slavery