Maria is a bored blonde vixen with exhibitionist tendencies and a lesbian roommate who is disgusted by her behavior. Hungry for kicks, sex and money, she answers an ad in the New York Review of Sex and accepts a job in Vermont, joining a harem of beautiful young women who live with and cater to a sour, wheelchair-bound eccentric named Spencer (played by director and screenwriter Michael Findlay). He injects the girls with an "aphrodisiac of my own concoction" and, with the help of his henchman, Bruno, choreographs and rehearses an elaborate sex show that is never performed for any audience. Maria goes along with the charade, hoping she'll find satisfaction for her own insatiable desires, but Bruno wants Spencer out of the way and the mansion all to himself, so he switches her dose of aphrodisiac with LSD and sets the stage for a bloody conclusion. Findlay often worked in tandem with his wife, Roberta, who serves here as producer and cinematographer (both hiding behind the pseudonyms "Julian Marsh" and "Anna Riva").