A women’s prison camp is located deep in the tropical rain forest. Sadistic guards and a warden from hell make life almost unbearable for the inmates, and any infraction of the rules is dealt with swiftly and savagely. The camp doctor is horrified at what he sees happening, and drinks heavily to push the horror away. Finally the inmates have had had enough, and they enlist the help of the doctor to try and escape.
Director/co-writer Edoardo Mulargia goes out of his way to really deliver the graphic’n’greasy goods in a very stark and unflinching manner: we’ve got excessive leering nudity, raunchy semi-pornographic sex, an eye-popping miles of naked distaff flesh group shower scene, torture, whipping, no-holds-barred catfights, savage rape, forced sodomy, and, naturally, sizzling hot lesbianism. After the girls escape, they face such horrible perils as snakes, leeches, and quicksand. Better still, the potently rendered fetid, sweaty and uncomfortable atmosphere and harsh, gritty, nihilistic tone give this picture an extra mean and jolting in-your-face edge. The villains are a memorably nasty bunch: Luciano Pigozzi as the cruel, pitiless neat freak warden, Serafino Profumo as sadistic guard Martinez, and Yael Forti as cocky trustee inmate guard Marika. Of course, this flick overall sizes up as a thoroughly base, disgusting and morally reprehensible serving of pure repulsive trash. In other word, it’s the absolute scuzzy bomb, baby!