Synopsis by Fred Beldin
Jared (William Dame) and Casey (Catherine Dee) are a wealthy young married couple who fill their ample free time by staging elaborate fantasies for their own amusement. These "transcendental theatricals" are acted out in their mansion with the help of a few paid performers, one of which is the larcenous Robert (M.R. Murphy). Casey has been carrying on a casual affair with Robert (though he's hardly her only lover), so when she catches him burgling the house, she lets him off the hook with an invitation to murder her husband. Casey has grown weary of Jared's insistence on all of the bizarre play-acting, not to mention the miserly hold he keeps over his 60 million dollar fortune. She enlists Robert to help her destroy Jared's body in the incinerator, wait for seven years until the missing husband is declared legally dead, then join her to live in style with the money. Of course, when the bulk of one's time is spent stretching the boundaries of reality, nothing is quite as it seems, and soon the scheming lovers are double crossing each other while running for their lives from a rifle-toting madman. Will Casey end up trapped in the iron maiden or is it all just another game?
actor, betrayal, con/scam, deception, double-cross, escape, game, girl, kidnapping, killing, murder, peeping-tom, psychopath, scheme, seduction