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Erwin C. Dietrich
Oh Dear! Another soft core Dietrich production dug up from the 70's. It is about a young girl. She is a nymphomaniac and condemned to death by a tribunal of some sorts and then beheaded. She arrives in hell, is greeted by the devil himself. He discovers however that she did arrive too early. She is sent back to earth for a final night of sex, nightmares and sex. According to the opening titles the film is based on the book "The Exorcisme of Miss Jonas" by Jack Joshua. Neither book nor writer are in existence, of course. It all derives from the omnipotent imagination of Dietrich himself. The female cast is as attractive as the male cast is unattractive.
This movie can only be enjoyed by people who are fascinated watching concrete rot, but want a short break. All others should avoid this movie like hell, for it will not enrich your life in any way.
I rate it 2 out of 10, just because I am in a good mood today.
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