Caan and Ross are a pair of hedonistic Manhattan socialites. Signoret is an immigrant who has been reduced to selling cosmetics door-to-door. She is welcomed into their residence and asked to join in their playtime. As an amateur medium, Signoret is called upon to help conceive some
pleasures for the bored duo. One of the ploys is Ross' seduction of Stroud, a slack-jawed post-pubescent delivery boy. Caan comes in, feigns surprise, and shoots the boy dead. Stroud is dipped in plaster and set up in the apartment as an art object. Caan and Signoret go off on a "business trip,"
and Ross, a neurotic, is left alone with the sculpture. Suddenly, the "dead" Stroud reappear...