German "report"-style film with a great female cast
This German "report"-style film may be considered a little less politically incorrect by today's standards than some of the others since the nudie actresses here are not being presented as underage "schulmadchen", but rather young women who have come to Munich seeking employment. Nevertheless, this movie features a lot of the same actresses that appeared in many of the "schulmadchen-report" films (who were very obviously not real-life "schulmadchen" at the time), including the three loveliest--Christina Lindberg, Ingrid Steeger, and Ulrike Butz.
Like one of the other reviewers, I've seen (and reviewed) practically all of Swedish sex star Christina Lindberg's films, and I don't want get any more drool on my keyboard describing her yet again. She plays a naive young woman who comes to Munich for a job, and upon finding that her prospective employer's offices have closed, goes to work as a paid escort for some very weird and VERY unattractive clients. German sex star Ingrid Steeger is slightly less well known internationally, but she's famous enough in continental Europe to have an 8-disk box set dedicated to her. She plays a sexy secretary who is harassed by her boss, but then she accidentally encounters him later when she is moonlighting as an erotic masseuse. Ulrike Butz was one of the most memorable regulars in the "report" genre, and she was also in Joe Sarno's erotic horror flick "Veil of Blood". She appears in the first story as mini-skirted tour guide who drives all men around her mad with lust
The stories here are as dumb as ever, but they feature not only these three incredible beauties, but also several other women who would never get kicked out of bed for eating crackers. One of the other stories is about an au pair who becomes sexually embroiled with both the father and mother of her charge. Another is about a couple of naive girls who get involved with modeling. In all the stories the mini-skirts are very short, the shorts are very tight, the bikinis are very skimpy, the panties are very see-through, and the bras are nowhere to be found. And naturally all the actresses appear in A LOT more scenes than their clothes do.
This movie was also called "Sex at the Olympics" to capitalize on the 1972 Munich Olympics, but the Olympics really have nothing to do with anything here. These films are not for everyone, but if you like them in general, you definitely don't want to miss this one.
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