Along (R. Bolla) and Griffin (Herschel Savage) are a couple of crazy guys in the distant future. Most of the world’s problems have been solved: hunger, greed and especially sex. Any citizen in good standing can go to a house packed to the ceiling with exotic and very sensuous professional ladies who know just about everything there is to know about sex. Well almost everything, as Algon points out to one young “Satisfier.” They and the rest of the society lack any real love and individuality. He tries to convince his friend and some of the girls, but they won’t buy it, and he’s chased out of the Utopian world.
The movie is quite ambitious and succeeds to a large degree in the science-fiction format. Most of the action takes place in the sex-clubs, and this offers a lot of good strong copulating. The story premise, however, is terribly predictable, and many of the idea have been overworked in other forms of speculative fiction. But R. Bolla is such an appealing character, and the girls are so sensual and gifted at stimulating the erogenous zones that the movie is actually an erotic gem.