Synopsis by Dan Pavlides
This amateur feature was poorly filmed in 16mm and is plagued by poor color processing. The thin plot is enacted by Francine Mathieu, Yves Marchand, Gerard Forteir and Madeline Thibault. The premiere at 1970 Benalmadena Film Festival emptied more than half the audience well before the 68-minute feature came to an end. Confrontational and radically experimental director Jean-Pierre Lefebvre had achieved the effect he was looking for.