A small distant volcanic Island is the setting of the encounter between a few young tourists and the islanders living there. On the one hand a free and modern lifestyle, on the other hand a closed, conservative and distrustful one, deeply divided due to internal frictions which date back to ancient times among Jacob, the village’s leader, and Abel, his brother. Playing as a link between the two different realities is Ianto, Jacob’s son and close friend of the youngsters on holiday. At first, the islanders are open and hospitable towards the tourists. At the same time, however, the foreigner’s looseness of morals, that Ianto embeds quite well, negatively affects the life on the island. Everything seems to be working out for the best until Ianto and some of the youngsters, after a night of excesses that slips through their hands unexpectedly, irreparably loose control of the situation, dragging the chaste and pure Ianto’s sister, Aibell, and her best friend, Ayla, into a whirl of sex and violence that will wreak their deaths. Consequently, sin and violence start to germinate, tainting the integrity and the innocence of the inhabitants of the island.