Director Gustav Wiklund absconded with much of the cast of Kyrkoherden (for which he served as assistant director) for this tawdry exploitation roughie released the same year. Christina Lindberg, the beautiful and perpetually victimized star of Thriller -- en Grym Film and Wiklund's later Saengkamrater, stars as Lena, who hitchhikes home from a party only to find herself abducted by sex-crazed perverts. They rape her and force her to pose for pornographic photos until she finally gets away, leaving the obligatory carnage in her wake. The lurid American ad campaign, which trumpeted that the film was "banned in 27 countries" and had to wait for "the permissive 1970s" to be released, is actually far more entertaining than the film. Janne "Loffe" Carlsson, who plays a sadistic psychopath here, went on to mainstream films like The Battle of Sweden.