The Browns take their Catholic high school students on a picnic. As one student sneaks to her boyfriend, two others seduce escaped convicts who rape the fourth. Mrs. Brown and her husband fall victims to their prudence.
Brown is a devout religious man who brings his Catholic high school students on a picnic. A couple of men have just escaped from a local prison and it does not take long for them to meet up with the high school girls. Their hunger for female flesh soon becomes uncontrollable so they take Brown and his students prisoners and they all hole up in a deserted ghost town. Written by
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[Brown gets up as Zach exposes Mrs. Brown's body for an intimate dance]
Uh uh, calm down. It's just a little dance, that's all.
But our religion prevents dancing.
It sure looks like the church will just have to make an exception in this.
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The first topless woman appears not even a minute into this movie. That gives you an idea of what you are in for. Of course, the fact that Harry Novak is one of the producers also gives you an idea of what you are in for.
"Convicts' Women" is about a man, his wife, and four Catholic high school girls who go out into the forest to have a picnic. A couple of the girls know some guy who is waiting for them in the forest. The two girls each (separately) sneak off from the rest of the group to have sex with the guy. At the same time, there are a couple of escaped convicts roaming the area. They come across the Catholic clan and it isn't long before they are naked and having sex with all of the girls. Ultimately, the convicts kidnap everyone and take them to a deserted ghost town. The ending, which I won't give away, is tremendously boring for a sexploitation film.
There is lots and LOTS of simulated sex in this movie. In fact, a couple of the scenes are pretty convincing and don't look so simulated. Anyway, the acting and plot are secondary to all of the nudity. Recommended to those who enjoy the thought of naked Catholic high school girls. (Oh yeah...you know who you are!) Otherwise, this film has nothing substantial to offer. 2/10
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