Anna Gaël, Brigitte Skay,Yutte Stensgaard, Angela Grant, Wendy Lingham,numerous others
Women around the globe begin disappearing when a renegade race of top-heavy aliens from the planet Angvia begin snatching them off the streets.
Well, we’re told that they’re aliens, but the only space ship you’re going to see is on the poster. When these girls want to go to their home planet, they use a truck. Which works because Angvia is apparently in Scotland.
The actual story
A secret agent comes home to find a ham-fisted but attractive double agent (Stensgaard) in his apartment. He strip-pokers her into bed where he tells her of his last mission. Most of the rest of the story is his tale of the new age, pasty wearing women of Angvia and their feud with an S&M gangster over a stripper named Edwina Strain (Lingham). You’ll have to overlook how the film goes into great detail about life at Angiva (the baths, the topless battle training) when our story teller never actually goes there. This film is so lazy/cheap that when the women ‘transform’ they just spin around in a circle and when they fight men they point their hands at them and make a ‘zap’ noise. That ought to be a description of children playing, not a studio film.
In the middle of a threesome our hero gets a call that tells him to get in contact with Edwina. After contacting her, one of the Angvia girls (Gaël) magically pops into his apartment. He asks her if she’s Edwina, when she says she’s not, he shrugs and has sex with her.
The insemination room.
Beyond the film
Do you like anagrams? Look at the word “Angvia” and see what you get.