The story truly could not be more simplistic. After arriving in a small country town, skinny novelist Jennifer (Camille Keaton, grand-niece of Buster) is promptly gang raped and left for dead. Weeks go by, and when she recovers, she kills her attackers one by one, via hanging, dismemberment (use your imagination as to what member...), and more unsavory methods. End of movie.
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