Alicyn Sterling recently had her chest inflated, but something had to give in the process, and unfortunately, it was her acting ability. She plays an auto crash victim who is blinded in a hit and run accident. A mysterious donor gives Alicyn his eyes, and six months afterwards, the bandages come off. Alicyn can see again, and she reacts as though she's just won the $2 prize in the lottery. No big deal. Buck Adams is the guy who takes care of her during her ordeal, but he's really protecting someone. This is a good story that could have been developed a bit more. Some good performances do surface, however. Raven as a private detective, and Henri Pachard in a short but effective cameo are the standouts. Director Enright has concentrated his efforts not on the story but on the good and varied action scenes. Alicyn and spectre Paula Price have a sensuous double masturbation segment; Alicyn and Raven go at it tooth and nail; Tom Byron plugs a screaming Heather Hart in a really well-done duo. An attractive picture of Ms. Sterling graces the boxcover of this slightly flawed winner.