The former nurse Melinda and her friends go on a cruise to get over the past and to find a new meaning of life. In several flashbacks we get to know the story of how she met her husband Greg during the Vietnam War. But a lot of nudity and a soundtrack which sounds as if recorded on a Bontempi home organ don't make a good movie.
Two versions of the film were released in the USA, an R-Rated DVD and an Unrated DVD. Some sex scenes were shortened in the R-Rated.
Compared here are the US R-Rated DVD and the US Unrated Blu-ray.
R-Rated: 67:18 min. NTSC (without end credits)
Unrated: 84:39 min. NTSC (without end credits)
There are missing 17 minutes and 21 seconds.
The FBI warning and the logo are missing.
The love play of Melinda and Bill within the flashback on the sick bay during the Vietnam War was shortened, the following shots are missing:
2 min. and 16 sec.
Greg, being wounded, gets a morphine injection by a nurse. The following dream, in which the nurse plays a major role, is missing in the R-Rated.
3 min. and 57 sec.
Melinda and Greg on the beach.
1 min. and 1 sec.
The following scene was cut in the R-Rated version too, due to some explicit shots.
1 min. and 52 sec.
Greg gets visited by his friend Randy who states that all nurses are bitches. In the R-Rated he immediately receives a punch in the face from Greg. In the Unrated he amplifies his statement with some imaginative images.
2 min. and 58 sec.
Andrea, a colleague, tells Melinda the story of how she and Maria met the two GIs Don and Jack in a bar in Tokyo, with all the erotic details.
2 min. and 11 sec.
Again another sex scene of Melinda and Greg.
1 min. and 50 sec.
All's well that ends well.