Synopsis by Sandra Brennan
Ostensibly starring American actress Linda Blair, who actually only spends about ten minutes on screen, this exploitation film was originally a Spanish-Italian exploitation film (Orinoco-Prison of Sex) that was re-edited with the new Blair footage inserted periodically to make it appeal to American audiences. The story (originally starring exotic European sex symbol Ajita Wilson and Anthony Steffen) is set within the horrific confines of a South American women's labor camp that forces inmates to slave in an emerald mine. Daly (Blair) is a former slave, who gets revenge upon the camp owner, a successful American gem broker. After a long search, she finally finds him, corners him in an office and while holding him at gunpoint with an Uzi, begins describing in detail the ordeal she and other inmates were forced to endure. This flashback segment is comprised of the original film.
woman, atrocity, brutality, exploitation, humiliation, jungle, mine, opal, prison, revenge, women's-prison, America, labor-camp, man