The topless females (one of whom was former Penthouse Pet Michelle Bauer in July 1981, and four others including Susanne Mierisch, Jasae, Pamela Powers, and Susie Lynch) - after playing tennis and then disrobing partially - went chasing after Rex, who was in the building because the sign on the door "WOMEN ONLY" had been changed to "MEN ONLY." Laughing and smiling with bouncing boobs, they ran after him.
Ron Howard's science fiction parable told about friendly aliens who rejuvenated a group of retired elderly folks with an energized swimming pool infused with a life-force.
After putting the "Do Not Disturb" sign on the door, Vivian admitted: "I wouldn't know what to do." Cay began with a series of long and passionate kisses, with Vivian confessing: "I don't know if I've ever felt this way before."During a non-exploitatively-filmed love scene (shot in real-time), their bare breasts came together in a symbolic mirror image of their mutual love for each other. The film ended with Vivian at the train station planning to return to NY, where she convinced Cay to join her - at least until the next station stop 40 minutes later, so they could be together a bit longer.
Director John Boorman's naturalistic R-rated tale was a coming of age tale (based on an uncredited true story), set among the Invisible People tribe in the rainforests of the Amazon Basin of Brazil.
The tale was based loosely on writer David Saperstein's novel.