While this may not be the best adult film technically, it is one of the most impressive for capturing a strong sense of eroticism with interesting characters and story, and is very deserving of the highest rating anyone could give it. Jamie Gillis plays an out-of-work actor. He is hired by the son (Frank Hollowell) of a very wealthy man, who is about to die. Wanting the entire estate for himself, the son has Gillis seduce and photograph each of his four sisters in sexually compromising situations. He plans to show the photos to their father, who is a very strait-laced puritanical type, and hopefully have his siblings disinherited. Jamie sets to work calling in two friends (John Leslie and Paul Thomas) to help him corner and seduce each of the girls.
The film is a constant turn-on. The sex is always hot, with the performers exuberant and excited about making love. The first scene incidentally features the exquisite blonde, Nancy Suiter, in one of her few X-rated film roles. While her part is a small one, the scene is an erotic grabber. The movie, even with the thin plot-line, never gets boring, tossing the viewer from one erotic encounter – marvelously crafted by veteran filmmaker Robert McCallum – to another with increasing passion and erotic arousal.