As far as confusion is concerned, this movie is going to win all that the Academy can offer. To top that you have censor cuts. And what takes the cake is the local distributors pitching in with clippings from other soft porn movies to compensate for the heavy cuts. Making sense of this movie could be in the same league as the seven legendary tasks of Hercules. And we do not even know if its name is indeed Golden Girls.
The main story has a guy who has unwittingly committed a murder, and wants to cover his tracks. In trying to do so, he makes all the mistakes that he should not have. There is a witness, there are fingerprints at the scene, this guy does not have an alibi, and so on. The list is endless.
Enter the detective - a woman, predictably. Now this guy is the one and only suspect, and there is no doubt in anyone's mind that he is the culprit. This guy's friend advises him to seduce the detective in order to get away scot-free. Now that speaks tons about the concerned judicial system. So, this guy goes through a lot of trouble and seduces the detective (all this off-screen).
The last scene is so filled with suspense that half the audience left (when they guessed that there were no other-movie-clips going to be shown). Guess what happens in the end?! The detective nails him after all. And not because she is duty conscious, but because all she wanted from the guy was a one-night-stand. The audience found the parallel track more interesting - well, here you had a woman making love to three different men, and not together, but in three different episodes. The most ridiculous thing was that there were cuts in these scenes too!