Synopsis by Robert Firsching
Presented as the drug-induced fantasies of a shy chemist, this cartoonish exploitation comedy from cult director Jesus Franco is a minor entry without much to recommend it. The chemist, Robinson Crusoe (Yuda Barkan), is an ineffectual Walter Mitty character who develops a potion allowing his daydreams to come true. Soon he is on a tropical island, where two beautiful women (Anne Libert, Ingeborg Steinbach) make love to him constantly. The group soon includes Crusoe's friend Linda (Andrea Rau), a reticent actress. The fantasy begins to sour a bit when Crusoe gets visits from his employer, mother-in-law, and wife, as well as a native tribe headed by Franco regular Howard Vernon in a grass skirt and warpaint. Crusoe's fantasies also include a pornographic film segment, lifted from Franco's own Jungfrauen-Report.
chemistry, daydream, fantasy, reality, shyness