Dream imagery, the most fertile of all soils, is put to imaginative use in this tale about a somnambulist (Springs) whose nightly wanderings catch the eye of Tom Byron, setting him on an obsessive hunt for the girl of his… well, you know.
In an interesting twist, the sleepwalker’s own sensual night-thoughts are somehow transposed to others via psychic connection. Sadly, this captivating idea is practically dismissed when it is shoehorned into the standard menu of unmotivated sex. Some of the sex scenes are well-mounted and erotic, but are perfunctory to the promising premise. Worth catching, at least, for the nocturnal emissions of T.T. Boy and Tracey Adams.