We have here a pornographic motion picture made during the period in which they were still showing in cinemas - and consequently produced on a decent budget. The result is a bit lacklustre though: shooting in different locations is commendable but one would appreciate a more considered effort in putting the results together.
The story revolves around a family that produces counterfeit money and sell coffins (!) as their cover business, complete with rebelling daughter and nymphomaniac stepmother. While the crime part is set up reasonably well, the romantic subplot involving the daughter is quite a mess.
The cast is a mix of French and German genre regulars. Male lead Peter Kwapinski has obviously been cast to put his pride and joy to good use, not for his acting abilities (which would suit him well for playing comatose patients). Barbara Moose gives her role a lot more oomph, but ultimately she is miscast - 'innocent girl' parts are pretty tricky to pull off for genre veterans like her. The best asset of the film is Karin Hofmann as the stepmother; she's given more opportunities to act than in her 1970s soft-porn flicks and grabs them all.
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