An A-list director. A jaw-dropping storyline. And depraved depictions of suburban violence, seventies fashions and "sick love." The result remains one of the most disturbing movies in Hollywood history: Anjanette Comer stars as an idealistic L.A. County social worker who investigates the case of Mrs. Wadsworth (former 50's starlet Ruth Roman of STRANGERS ON A TRAIN fame), her two daughters and son "Baby," a mentally-disabled man who sleeps in a crib, eats in a high-chair, crawls, bawls and wears diapers. But what secrets are all of these women hiding?