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More barrel-scraping Nazisploitation from Eurocine.
Brigitte Parmentier plays Renata, a beautiful Aryan woman forced to become a whore after the Nazis discover a Jewish girl hidden in her family home. Jean-Marie Lemaire plays Renata's blond-haired, war-hero-boyfriend Captain Erich Von Strasser, who vows to rescue the woman he loves from her degrading predicament. Reunited by chance on the Russian front, the pair make a daring bid for freedom.
Another cheapo Eurocine Nazisploitation film pieced together with the use of scraps of several other equally dull movies and assorted grainy WWII stock footage, Convoy of Girls is an extremely weak addition to the genre. Apparently directed in part by legendary Euro-trash director Jess Franco (he must've done the fast zoomy-in-and-outy bits), this clumsily assembled mess is very dull, consisting of numerous unexciting battle scenes, some mild torture, a few not-too-decadent Nazi parties, a smattering of softcore sex, and a singer in a German officers' mess who repeats the same lyrics over and over again.
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