After viewing Sweet Dreams, Suzan, I was left with anything but sweet dreams. A very dull, older effort, this film concerns itself with the dreams of a young woman (Rhonda Jo Petti) and the analyst (Arron Stuart) who tries to help her. The help comes mainly from Stuart and his assistant (Dorothy LeMay) getting off by having Petty explaining her erotic dreams.
The only sex scene even worthy of any kind of mention is a lesbian scene involving Rhonda and three other girls. This, however, isn't even exploited to its fullest. The players, for the most part, seem embarrassed and the story never seems to take off. There is hardly any eroticism, only boredom, which makes the film one big nightmare.