Synopsis by Dan Pavlides
This color exploitation feature tries to illustrate what was acceptable to "community standards" in Denmark after sex censorship was outlawed in the country in 1968. Interviews with people on the street reveal a relaxed attitude towards sex. Also shown are pornography shops and clubs where live sex is performed. The film was released in a 90-minute version in San Francisco where it was later confiscated. The Los Angeles version was only 75 minutes long, but the film drew equally well in both cities.