A suburban couple discovers that they are pawns for a powerful crime syndicate. They try to break away from the cartel and go legitimate, but the syndicate doesn't want to give them up so easily.
Did You Know?
In one of the first scenes, there is Inger Stevens and Don Murray, a suburban ordinary couple of the sixties, waking up in separate beds; the same it was shown in the thirties, under Hayes Code regulation, which forbid to show couples sleeping in the same bed. See more