Synopsis by Eleanor Mannikka
A dubious plot device is made less-convincing by the direction and acting in this film about a growing group of voyeurs. The manager of a crate-making factory (Adam Rajhona) is inspired to hide a video camera in the workers' changing room (the workers are all women). As he and his fire officer watch the women every morning and late afternoon, their twice-daily strip show begins to be touted in rumors among the men of the neighborhood. Soon important VIPs and other men are dropping by to watch, and the factory's orders for crates go up and up. Finally, the expected happens -- the women discover the video camera.