Synopsis by Sandra Brennan
A photograher and a beautiful model journey up the Nile in an amphibious car for a nude photo shoot. En route to the jungle, the two are obviously attracted to each other, but the virginal model is terrified by the concept of intercourse because she suffered a terrible trauma as a child. Still the photographer is patient. The are cruising down the river one day when he begins telling her about a failed love affair. He becomes so engrossed in his own sad tale that he forgets to look forward and nearly drives them into an enormous, deadly stretch of rapids. Fortunately, the two manage to barely escape. Afterward they express their happiness and newly cemented love in the most natural way possible.
disaster, fear, adolescence, love, modeling, nudity, rescue, sex, survivor