The story of Hedda, a pregnant pianist (Lydia Lunch) and her husband Neal (Don Bajema) who's idyllic and secluded life is disrupted by Jackson (Henry Rollins in his first major acting role). Directed by Babeth Mondini-VanLoo (who filmed the Sex Pistols, Lydia Lunch, a.o.)& written by Lydia Lunch with music by Jim G. Thirlwell (AKA Foetus). Camera by the famous Kuchar-brother Mike. Filmed in 1990 in Oud-Amelisweerd, (Netherlands) a former castle of Louis Napoleon.