Berenger is the \"good son\" of Mafia Don, Clark. He's a somewhat bored priest. A girl, Zuniga, rushes into the confessional and admits she was witness to a Mafia killing and is now being hunted by the mob. The people responsible for the killing are none other than Berenger's own family. It gets a little complicated here.Berenger decides to help Zuniga escape to her native Mexico rather than turn her over to his own family for execution. Once across the border, Zuniga seduces Berenger. End of priesthood. Then he discovers that he is the mark in the intricate plot to get Zuniga out of the country. When she's safe, she tells her real lover to kill Berenger.I'm not sure just what kind of flick this is supposed to be. Another inside look at the Mafia? It fails. The rituals -- the burials, the sobbing widow, the solemn laying on of flowers, the men embracing -- are all familiar by now and they seem staged here, as if they were included because they were expected to be included.A tangled love story involving a Latina femme fatale? Too tangled, if you ask me. And after discovering his betrayal, Berenger far too easily turns from compassionate priest to Judas goat.The acting is barely up to professional standards. Zuniga is beautiful, lanky, sexy but seems more suited to lighter roles. Berenger isn't convincing as a priest. Administering extreme unction to a friend, he's almost embarrassing. They dying friend achieves that embarrassment. Dane Clark puts in a decent performance but doesn't look quite right for the role and lacks individuality, the way some television actors do, just walking through the part.Whatever conative kinks existed in the minds of the people who produced this, they weren't realized on screen. Oh, there's a neat scene in which Zuniga slides nudely out of bed, saunters over to the relaxed, alert Berenger, and plants a big smooch on him before undressing him and leading him over to the sack for a hot sex act. But what do you know, folks -- it was a body double and a dream!