Synopsis by Clarke Fountain
At a nightclub in Israel, a girl with somewhat easy virtue finds herself singing for a group of five attractive reserve soldiers. She has sex with all of them and becomes pregnant -- but no one can tell who the father is. The five men select one of their number to marry her and legitimize the baby, but she doesn't like their choice. Instead, she makes life difficult for the most likeable one of the group. Her interference puts a damper on his planned wedding to the daughter of a wealthy family, which would have made a career possible, and at first he is angry with her. Eventually, he decides that he wouldn't have liked such a rich life, and he marries the singer.
pregnancy, promiscuity, shotgun-wedding, singer, soldier, wedding