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Well, if anyone thinks we are in an age of "no-holds-barred" cinema these days, try imagining a Hollywood producer's reaction to a exploitation comedy plot about 2 guys who drug and kidnap women, and terrorize them with elaborate theatrics to get their sexual kicks.
Their scenarios involve a phantom-of-the-opera type, an "Indian sacrifice" and, best of all, a ludicrous, made-up fascist organization.
Even her psychiatrist dismisses her concerns as part of her neurosis.
As bodies begin turning up, Samantha's story becomes more believable, and her dark secret from the past begins to reveal itself.