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This is another film from German sexploitation meister Walter Boos, one
of the co-creators of the infamous German "report" films. But rather
than being a series of vignettes centered around errant German school
girls or housewives, this movie basically has a structure similar to
the much later American indie classic "Slacker" as it randomly follows
around any number of barely related characters who live and work around
a certain apartment building. It's also in 3-D, of course, so there are
lots of shots of things being thrown at or, um, thrust into the camera
(including, but not necessarily limited to, the pendulous breasts of
Swedish sexploitation star Christine Lindberg).
If this could be classified as a "report" film, it's definitely one of the sexier ones with little plot to get in the way of the non-stop sex scenes. A girl(Ingrid Steeger) is embarrassed by her very sexually active roommate. A young man picks up a sexy nude sunbather by locking the balcony door and using a fishing pole to steal her clothes thus forcing her to come into his room where, of course, hot sex ensues. A man in a restaurant picks up a beautiful Indian girl while his friend also scores with a well-endowed waitress ("chubby chasers" will no doubt really enjoy the latter scene). A repressed woman submits to a lesbian seduction, but ends up having trampoline-style sex with a man as they bounce wildly on the bed. But they save the best for last, as the incredible Christine Lindberg shows up for two of the most unabashed sex scenes of her career, intercut by scenes of her driving men on the street to distraction with her very abbreviated mini-skirts and criminally low cut blouses. Then it's back to Ingrid Steeger, who finally falls in love with a guy, and gives her horny female roommate a run for the money by having wild sex with him on the balcony, literally almost bringing the roof down.
This is one of several German sex films Euro-sexploitation legends Lindberg and Steeger appeared in together (not in the same scenes, of course, that would melt the celluloid in the camera). It is, unfortunately, only available in German, but I doubt fans of either actress will care (or perhaps even notice). It also might very well be Walter Boos best film, and it's certainly one of best German sex comedies I've ever witnessed (and I've witnessed quite a few).
Presumably inspired by Pete Walker's 4 Dimensions of Greta this is another 1970s sex comedy filmed in 3D. Walter Boos however went all the way - we do not have just the odd 3D boob scene, the whole film is made in 3D. The viewer is constantly reminded of that, because the cinematography is truly bizarre with plenty of scenes of rather peculiar camera angles that strongly emphasize the 3D effects, e.g. a girl on a swing moving towards (and above) the camera, twigs hitting a car window, and many many more. The exaggeration of 3D makes these scenes quite funny, as the effects are completely over the top.
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I remember seeing this film at the cinema.It was shown in 3D using a split prism system and you had to wear the Polaroid glasses. I must admit the storyline didn't make hardly any sense but the 3D effects were amazing ranging from a broken egg being dropped on the floor coming right into your face as well as a lady in the shower unhooking the shower head and 'knocking' the audience with it as she showers herself in a semi-circle. The best bit though is the spider in the fun house. You know its a fake spider but all its hairy legs seem to reach out and touch you. It is a simple film with lots of things coming out of the screen at you. I thoroughly enjoyed it. Catch it if you can in 3D. As an interesting footnote, the 3D show at Alton Towers used a few scenes from this movie though nothing sexual. When the spider came on the screen, EVERYONE at Alton Towers took their glasses OFF as the spider proved too much!
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