Ostensibly, a pataphysical card game played on the body of a nude woman. This bizarre concept (according to the director) could only come from a "very young, inexperienced would-be filmmaker." Lawrence Jordan shot the film in one night in the basement apartment of the small Victorian house rented by Robert Duncan and Jess Collins. Stan Brakhage lived in the basement and "starred" in the movie with Yvonne Faire as the woman. At that time, Brakhage and Jordan were still in their psychodrama period, a la Maya Deren. Christopher Maclaine liked the film and produced the soundtrack (using his voice and various "instruments" which he manipulated).