Mira and Mara (Leigh and Lynette Harris) have been raised as boys to protect them from their father, Traigon (Robert Ballesteros), who killed their mother years before and would sacrifice the twins for power if he knew of their existence. The film was a lamebrained excuse to promote the Harris sisters' bodies, but they are upstaged by Ana De Sade as Dellisia, the evil princess who is in cahoots with their father.
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