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First off, the other reviewer who described the sex scenes as "tame" obviously saw a censored version. These 70's exploit films are for a very specific audience, namely fans who can appreciate the bizarre style and lurid subject matter that mainstream cinema rarely deals with. "Confessions of the Sex Slaves" is pure eye (and ear) candy; gorgeous women in peril, at the hands of sexy, sadistic villains, exotic locations, incredible music, and dialog so offbeat and crazy that you find yourself quoting the actors for weeks after.
The subject of international sex trafficking is at the center of this film, and it is quite interesting. However being an exploitation film, the subject is mostly used to show women in various states of undress and sexual situations. The sleaze merchants deal with guns and drugs as well as flesh. We also get a fascinating look at various sex clubs, in places like Zurich and Amsterdam, and even Tangiers. A lot of scenes inside the famed "Moulin Rouge" club, and shots of vintage, neon soaked Amsterdamm's Red Light District, along with gorgeous daytime scenes of Zurich and Ammsterdamm in winter. We follow several girls down the path of sexual bondage, along with a couple reporters who are writing an article on the subject. The tale culminates in exotic Tangiers, where oil sheiks are looking for beautiful girls to add to their harems.
Filled with sex scenes that are often violent and mean spirited, but thankfully never going into hardcore territory. We get truly over-the-top villains like 'Karate Jack,' who laughs out loud as he brutally rapes women. This is truly some beautiful, vintage sleaze. The low rating for this film is probably due to the fact that the wrong audience has seen it. This is a very obscure title, but worth tracking down for fans of oddball grind-house cinema.
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