It's hard to say what, exactly, Lacey Bodin's seduction involves, due partially to the poor quality of the source material here, and also to the general muddiness of the story itself. From what we can discern, Bodin, played by the pretty Joan Devlon, is a woman disillusioned by her marriage to a man who treats her more like a whore whose job is to satisfy his sexual whims than like a wife. Among other humilities, he persuades her to sleep with a friend's wife, as a ruse for the two men to catch them and have their way with each of them. Later, as it becomes clear that Devlon has decided to leave the marriage, she has a threeway with her attractive neighbor and Johnnie Keyes that viewers might find somewhat arousing. Otherwise, though, the very deteriorated transfer makes this a tough one to watch.