Statuesque Brigitte Nielsen does a convincing impersonation of Sybil Danning in her heyday in this ludicrous exploitation opus.
A narrator intones that in the "sovereign state of Czechoslovakia" over the last seven months, 11 beautiful young women have been set up, arrested, tried, and sentenced to ten-year drug-possession terms in Razik Prison, a "decaying remnant of the Communist regime." The latest comely victim is
American tourist Alex (Kimberley Kates), whose sister Susan (Kari Whitman) goes to American diplomatic official Franklin Goff (Paul Koslo), who offers little help. Razik is run with an iron hand by drug-addict warden Magda Kassar (Nielsen), with...