Yes,the title, jacket blurb and what marketing there is, suggest this might be something like a soft-porn/action film. It's not.
It was produced with assistance from the Canadian and the Ontario film production tax credit. Either it went straight-to-DVD, or at least never appeared in US theatres, so it does not have an MPAA rating. There is no nudity (even partial) of significance--the scenes at the dance-nightclub are not more revealing than what you'd see on a beach in the summertime. The violence is not extreme and the language, although there is some vulgarity, is certainly not as bad as the language in some other "R" rated movies.
The jacket & other reviews already tell you it involves an "exotic dancer", Cassie (played by Sarah Allen) who through circumstance ends up with a large amount of methamphetamine and cash from a drug deal gone very bad, which she wasn't really involved in. From there, the plot explores what she does or tries to do with the money (and drugs), how it affects her circle of friends & co-workers, and the efforts of the drug-boss to get his drugs and money back at any cost (the hit-man pursuing her is well-played as a cold-blooded killer, undeterred by any problems of conscience or morality).
I can't say too much about the plot without BLOWING the plot--but to draw a comparison to another grade-B film from a different genre (and throw it a little plug at the same time) you might compare this film to the movie "Doom" (based on the now-old computer game) or other similar films, in which the main character kind of shifts unexpectedly or at the least, where you thought the film would probably be going shifts. So there WAS a bit of serious thought behind this low-budget production, which otherwise does not stand out in any particular way. My theory about the title is it has a double meaning (doh!) and what is really "stripped naked" here is not bodies, but characters.
This is not a great action-film; there's no great special-effects nor fancy camera-work; the acting is not Oscar material, but it did manage to hold my interest throughout the story and I found myself remembering it better than maybe half the films I see. If you watch it without great expectations, you may find it worth the view (even without nudity).