Review

  • This film begins with two punks by the names of "Nick" (John Spence) and "Louie" (Stefan Peters) walking down the streets of New York City and essentially being a nuisance to everyone they encounter. Eventually, they decide to wait until a woman named "Tania" (Ludmilla Tchor) tries to enter her apartment and then upon forcing her inside proceed to rape her. Once they are finished they leave just before her boyfriend "Paul Desmond" (Paul Cox) arrives on the scene. Unable to convince Tania to report this incident to the police, Paul decides to take matters into his own hands and tries to track down the people who did this to him. What he doesn't know, however, is that both Nick and Louie are involved in other criminal enterprises and that settling the score with them will prove much more difficult than he can imagine. Now rather than reveal any more I will just say that this film was a rather typical low-budget, exploitation film from this particular time period which suffered from a weak script and even worse acting. Likewise, although it had an interesting plot, I thought that the ending needed significant improvement as well. Having said that, I don't consider this to be a good film by any means and have rated it accordingly.