Greta, a Swedish student comes to Paris with a view to making it there. But comely and friendly as she is, she soon becomes the prey of all the rutting males around. To run away from their ... See full summary »
This farce cocerns Sweden's King Gustav (Per Oscarsson who plays all the lead roles). The royal monarchs of three major European countries are patiently or not-so-patiently hovering on the ... See full summary »
German "report" film has very little story but plenty of beautiful women willing to get naked at the drop of a hat. There are several stories being told here but a few of the highlights include the first one with a new girl arriving in town and driving all the fathers and their sons wild. The second story deals with a boss who tries to get his way with his Secretary. The third story deals with a care giver who finds herself being seduced by a kid's father and mother. We then get to cult favorite Christina Lindberg playing a girl who doesn't have the money to rent a room so she finds herself having to work as an escort to make ends meet. After this we get two more stories but neither one are as interesting as the earlier stuff. Your level of interest in these German films will determine how much you enjoy this one. There's no question that there aren't any real brains behind these type of films as their main goal is to show women naked and this film certainly does that. I'm beginning to feel that Lindberg is the most beautiful women I've seen in any movie so the film is worth watching just for her segment that is pretty wild. At least the director was smart enough to realize how hot she was and have her naked for the majority of the running time. She gets some pretty weird scenes including being bossed around by a wannabe Nazi and another scene where an old pervert makes her ride him like a horse and "hop" for some money. The other women in the film are also extremely good looking even if they're lesser known among Euro fans. Ingrid Steeger is apparently the best known of the supporting cast and it's easy to see why. I don't think the film is on the same level as the handful of SCHOOLGIRL REPORT movies I've seen but fans of the perverted will still want to check this one out. As for the title, the Olympics were being held in Germany the year this was released and that's pretty much the only thing that the film has to do with the event.
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