Synopsis by Dan Pavlides
Three young women and a male companion embark on a boat trip aboard a yacht through the fjords of Yugoslavia. The two rooms in the cabin are divided between the lesbian lovers, and the other heterosexual couple. Their LSD-soaked journey gives the female passengers a chance to engage in nudity and the sexual preference of their choice. At one point in their journey, the man is shot in the stomach and lies mortally wounded. While the assailant remains unknown, they embark on a harrowing return trip hampered by storms and the worsening condition of the gunshot victim. The lesbians take over the ship and plan to prematurely bury the nearly dead man at sea. They then set their sights on his female companion, whom they force into lesbianism and drive to thoughts of suicide. Due to legal squabbles, the film was plagued by court-managed (bad) editing.
boating, buried-alive, drugs, fear, journey, killing, lesbianism, murder, premature-burial