It concerns Mr. Zeno, sent to save the planet Love, with just 24 hours alloted for him to complete his mission. Wearing a cheap fish-head makeup job, he fetches specimens from Earth to reproduce with his own people.
Movie's ultra-cheapness is signaled campily by a radio broadcast about a UFO, which is shouted from off-screen: that's exactly what it sounds like, not like a radio. A busty Earth girl and her boy friend have sex in various positions, until Mr. Zeno arrives and zaps them, causing the duo to disappear and re-emerge in a room decorated with tin foil.
Next couple is Buddy Boone (who played detective Sam Dobbs in a couple of well-made early porn films) and his pointy-nippled fiancée making love in a hotel room. Though they get dressed afterward, when Mr. Zeno zaps them they end up in the tin foil room naked.
Nora Wieternik heads up Couple #3, giving her man an impressive blow job as funky music plays. In various positions he has trouble humping her because his member remains relentlessly limp, but fortunately Mr. Zeno zaps them into foil land.
Mr. Zeno organizes an orgy of his captives, resulting in rather dull, mechanical sex. Only two of the Earth specimens will be chosen to save his planet, but the film's dumb ending has him pointing his ray gun at the camera -we don't get to find out who were chosen.
By sci-fi standards this is a complete bust, but with busty porn stars in action it qualifies as playable early hardcore action.
Review by lor_ from the Internet Movie Database.