You haven't seen it all until you've been to this flick. Its makers didn't bother with such insignificant things like story and screenplay, and the actors seem to have had a gun pointed at them, rather than a camera.
Love, as in the made version, is the panacea to all life's problems, or so the guys behind this film believe. They feel that all evil can be conquered just by making love. And to prove their faith they have inflicted upon us this joke of a movie, expecting that the love we all possess in our hearts will forgive them for this.
Anneliesse is a guest from a faraway town to this absolutely disaster of a family. The husband and the wife are in love, but not with each other. The daughter is a believer in flower-power - she lives by the pot. The son is a bit of a loony character, and that apart, he thinks he is gay. And Annie, whose hyperactive libido seems to be working overtime perennially, is God's gift to the family.
Utterly uninhibited, she indiscriminately hops into bed with all in the family, any time that she can lay hands on somebody alone. This show of love breaks down the family's barriers, and they all discuss their problems readily with this stranger who they have known for just a couple of days, but with whom they have all slept with quite a number of times by then.
And once they start discussing their problems, of course, they are quickly able to see their folly and that results in the family getting back together again. Our nymphomaniac-with-a-cause then leaves, leaving a happy and loving family behind her.
That, then, was the story, to the best of our guess. It would make the writers of the Rajesh Khanna starrer Bawarchi and the Janaki starrer Thayaramma Bangarayya look like silly duffers with a lack of understanding of the most efficient way of tackling such situations. It's amazing what creativity the lure of making a quick buck through a porn flick can inspire.