Umberto Lenzi's exploitation flick features Ray Lovelock and Ornella Muti as a young hippie couple who find themselves on the run from the Italian police. Their car breaks down outside the lavish home of a wealthy, middle-aged woman (played by Irene Papas). The film's tone shifts from rebellious youth tale to erotic love triangle drama and then, ultimately, to thriller when the pair of them discover that the latter holds some sinister secrets.
There's a good deal of "tail end of the Swinging Sixties" style here in the bizarre Nouvelle Vague influenced camerawork and groove-heavy musical score. Indeed, the early scenes espousing the lifestyle adopted by the two main protagonists - such as a scene where they let some doves loose in the terrace of a stuffy restaurant - are the best here. Unfortunately, the thriller aspects are ridiculously contrived and too drawn out to be exciting.
The downbeat ending doesn't help matters, either.