Randy French filmmaker Roger Vadim reworks the same story here that made his wife, Brigitte Bardot, a star twenty-five years earlier. Basically if you love Rebecca De Mornay, this film rates four stiff ones. If you don't like her . . . well, you're insane. This whole movie exists simply to pay tribute to how hot she is. Rebecca's an escaped convict who lands in the limousine of a politician and seduces him. For some reason, Rebecca then turns into a hot singing act. She marries some other schlub just to get an early parole, and she won't even sleep with him. Get the point? The plot's not important--Rebecca's rack is! Thank you, God, for creating this frisky woman!