Exactly what is a victim-less crime? To the victim, there is no such thing. To the perpetrator? He would suggest if the potential victim isn't hurt and no money is taken. What if the perpetrator isn't the pillar of sanity in our society? Perhaps the perpetrator has a frame of reference that extends beyond our known world, and into the after-life. Now that question becomes complicated. When schmucks don't intend for anyone to get hurt, one can be sure a bloodbath is imminent. However sweet and harmless Myra (Kim Stanley) and Billy (Richard Attenborough) seem, their well meaning foray into crime is headed for a deadly conclusion. Hence 1964's "Seance on a Wet Afternoon."