Nina Ferrari, recovering from a car accident, takes off for a weekend at a luxury resort with hubby Tyce Buné. After settling in (and getting down), she takes a sleeping pill and starts hallucinating dreamlike distorted images of people (Felicia Fox, Bridgette Kerkove, Mark Wood) having sex while we see them actually discussing the drop in dot-com stocks. Then we see them non-distortedly having sex. The hallucinations get worse, and it starts to seem that the car accident may not have been accidental. Doctor Ryan Conner - in low-cut top - gives Buné a new prescription for Ferrari, and books a room at the resort Just In Case, and not a moment too soon as Ferrari hallucinates herself into a sudsy g/g. The plot thickens from there.
The sleepwalking bit enables director Quasar to have easily-excisable sex scenes for cable. And the scenes here definitely have to be excised for cable: hot stuff, especially a mood-lit scene when Conner takes off her stethoscope. Ferrari shows good acting ability to go with her other talents.