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Three mental patients (a bad impersonator, a baseball player, and a gay fashion designer) escape their asylum and sexually assault their way into a girl's private school. The girls education includes wrestling and karate, so the three mad men will find stern opposition when they least expected. Written by
Every sewage pipe on Earth will lead you to this film.
A warped flick played for the sort of questionable laughs one couldn't possibly get away with in today's "politically correct" climate. Three oddly diverse characters escape from a funny-farm, and proceed to wreak sexual havoc upon a private boarding school for girls. Understand, though, that these are the type of schoolgirls who spend a lot of time exploring their lesbian desires, reading pornographic magazines, and smoking reefer. Too, their martial arts skills are quite impressive...
Jam-packed with jiggling female mystique, CARNAL MADNESS is a demented dollop of filth, resplendent in its runaway bad taste. It's a grimy little stitch in time, and a sweet memory of a less restrained America that we will not likely see again.
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