Dorothy LeMay stars as a housewife having her dreams and fantasies watched by a pair of scientists. The performances are good, with LeMay giving her earnest best in a film that really relies as much on its dream-like production as its sex. It’s a great looking film, full of dark, eerie, nighmarish set pieces. The fantasies include a cowgirl 3 way near a campfire , a groupf of Arab Shieks that use LeMay for a human water pipe, and most startling, a visit to hell and an encounter with the devil himself. LeMay is an erotic sexual performer that seems completely at home on camera. Her 3-way with Monique and Danielle is a highlight, and while LeMay seems to put more into her lovemaking than any other of the performers-her efforts are protean-the others keep up admirably. The film succeeds in becoming a kind of adult art film whose surreal visual style and weird humor-there is a scene where LeMay seduces a man in a huge Cream of Wheat box-work well. There is also a good use of music here, including Wall of Voodoo’s version of Johnny Cash’s “Ring of Fire” .