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Having previously touched on the taboo topic of incest in such distinguished productions as Confessions of a Young American Housewife and The Indelicate Balance, sexploitation specialist Joseph Sarno approaches the subject with greater subtlety and deeper complexity than ever before in this Danish produced psychodrama that pushes the boundaries of soft-core erotica. Katja (Helli Louise) and her father Eric (Ole Wisborg) live together in a home that's virtually isolated from the rest of the world. Though Eric does the best he can to provide for his young daughter, the fact that he's usually away on business means that Katja leads a relatively solitude childhood. Their fragile living arrangement begins to show signs of stress when Eric announces plans to marry his secret lover Svea (Fanny Hill), just as young Katja begins to experience the first confusing pangs of sexual awakening.