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During World War 2 in a south pacific island near the Philippines, two American army nurses, Carol and Gloria, are being held captive in a Nazi camp. The base is ran by Hans von Shlemel and his two assistants, Ilsa and Greta. The Japanese also help by supplying the camp with the Japanese female guard Suke. The American Joe Murray tries in vain to break in and rescue the nurses. Hans von Shlemel punishes Joe by having him servicing Greta sexually and getting raped by Ilsa. Alas, this makes Suke lust for Joe and he uses that to seduce her and fire his way out with the nurses. Written by
Johnny Wadd: A Real American Hero. He's a navy man shipwrecked on an island where a Nazi listening post is run by Hans, a stout kraut. He's also a man who is punished by having to do Seka. Oh, yeah--that's some punishment, uh huh...Yep, suuuuuuuure.
There are two American girls held captive by the Nazis on this island of which I speak. They are subjected to some rather tame torture--usually just being groped and sucked on by Ilsa and Greta, the two femiNazis on the island. Johnny does everybody, Hans makes him for his own amusement. Woo hoo.
Quite a bad one on Prisoner of Paradise, not much going for it, really unless you are an indiscriminate devourer of porn films. This film wasn't as rough or exploitive as I would have liked it to have been. No one puts in a good performance. This flick's okay for some real mild entertainment only--5/10.
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