Aunt Agathe (Ursula Barlen), a middle-aged single woman, arrives in a Bavarian village to help her niece Sissi (Nicole Kaiser) with her horse riding school, which she inherited from her ...
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Aunt Agathe (Ursula Barlen), a middle-aged single woman, arrives in a Bavarian village to help her niece Sissi (Nicole Kaiser) with her horse riding school, which she inherited from her parents. It's almost bankrupt and rich aunt is willing to help in her own dominant way. Written by
One of the more mature Bavarian sex-comedies, with a good story-line and no highly unlikely events (except one at the end, perhaps). Also one of the Bavarian sex-comedies with explicit sex scenes in it, more than in others. Aunt Agathe, a middle-aged single woman, arrives in a Bavarian village to help her niece Sissi with her horse riding school, which she inherited from her parents. It's almost bankrupt and rich Aunty is willing to help in her own dominant way. The employees don't like her and Aunty herself, together with her parrot, is not familiar to the horse business: she is upset when a stallion is doing his job with a mare. This is all sin and has to be put to an end! The only farm hand in which she trusts is Waldemar, the cook, but she's not aware of the fact that Waldemar is gay. The other employees are soon dismissed by her, particularly as they play a trick upon her. Niece Sissi is in love with riding instructor Peter, but Aunty has other plans: a bank director she knows is possibly willing to finance the riding school and she invites him over to see the premises, but with the intention of match-making between him and Sissi. But Sissi is not willing to. She secretly meets Peter in a barn somewhere in the wood and seduces him. Waldemar, sent out by Aunty to meet a group of guests arriving at the station, on his way meets a group of girls running around naked in the meadows. Naked, because they were posing for nude pictures. The photographer tried to abuse them so they taught him a lesson. Waldemar invites the girls to the riding school because it's short of employees (because of the dismissal of the rest of the personnel). Aunty approves of it but does not know what sort of girls are entering her service as chamber maids and waitresses. The male guests of the riding school soon find out! (In that part of the movie we see the explicit sex scenes). In the meantime we see riding lessons of the guests with all kinds of things happening. Also the bank director Edelbert finds out what those girls do when he's seeing the premises. The guests have had too much bowl with too much liquor in it, so they are all nude and love making, together with the new chamber maids. He is upset and refuses to invest in this "brothel" as he calls it. He's spending just one more night there and then will leave ! Waldemar saves the bank director that night while the latter is walking in his sleep, however he breaks his little finger doing that. The bank director takes Waldemar to a doctor (who mixes him up with another patient which causes much trouble) and soon they discover they have warm feelings for one another: the bank director is gay too ! In the end, Waldemar knows best and he and his lover arrange that the riding school is saved financially and that Sissi and Peter can marry. Aunty Agathe finally realizes the truth about Waldemar and the bank director: he will not be a husband for her niece. But Aunty herself finds someone to love too...And then all is well that ends well.
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