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Another Ernst Hofbauer schoolgirl exploiter in the same vein as his Schoolgirl Report films, but for this one he raised the sleaze level to new heights with non-pornographic scenes of rape, pedophilia, satanic rituals, virgin sacrifice and golden showers. Despite how it sounds, these acts are played for silly comedy rather than any harsh deptictons. Written by
Very weird, sometimes disturbing, but pretty entertaining (and featuring Cristina Lindberg)
The "schulmadchen report" films were a long-running series of 70's German sex comedies where barely legal actresses played barely illegal "schulmadchen" characters in pseudo-documentary, sex-related situations, always involving plenty of nudity and softcore fumblings. These films quickly gave up the documentary pretensions and people-on-the-street interviews in order to focus more exclusively on the sex. This is a particularly strange film though even in the context of this bizarre series.
As other reviewers mentioned, it starts with the near molestation of a small child (definitely NOT a turn-on for most people). Fortunately for both the little girl and the viewers, two older girls come to her rescue, not by calling the police or anything, but by taking all their clothes off and offering to sex-up the creep! The next story is actually kind of a sexy mother-daughter story where a teenage girl overhears her mother setting a romantic rendezvous with a potential lover and plots to stop it (guess how?). The daughter and mother are both very attractive, but the filmmakers again seem to endeavor to turn off the viewer, first with lots of nude footage of overweight and elderly women at a health spa, then with an unpleasantly realistic rape scene. The next two vignettes are just silly (but not necessarily funny) stories of teenage sexual fumblings, one of which features the beautiful Swedish nymph Cristina Lindberg of "Thriller-a Cruel Picture" and "Young Playthings" fame (which, I have to admit, was my main motivation for seeing this movie in the first place). The movie then ends on a ridiculous but pretty funny note with a satanic cult endeavoring, quite unsuccessfully, to find a young virgin to sacrifice in modern-day (as of the 1970's anyway) Germany.
Aside from being in very questionable taste in a few places, this is actually a surprisingly entertaining film. In fact, despite a plethora of attractive young women eschewing both their morals and their clothes, I would not recommend this not so much for the sexual content as for the sheer wacky energy of the whole enterprise. It is pretty sexy I guess in places, despite its appalling lapses of taste, but more than that it is quite a bit of fun (and it has Cristina Lindberg).
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