Kitty runs a brothel in Nazi Germany where the soldiers come to "relax". Recording devices have been installed in each room by a power hungry army official, who plans to use the information to blackmail Hitler and gain power himself.
Teresa Ann Savoy
I had never heard of this film until a few weeks ago when Mondo Macabro released it to DVD. Many of the review I read called it the most brutal and bizarre women in prison film ever made. Having seen many myself, I had to check this one out to just see if it was really that wild and I must report that it is. The film tells the story of young prisoner (Mina Asami) who escaped but is eventually captured and brought back. The evil warden decides to make her a pet project and tries to break her down with torture, gang rape and by turning her friends against her. If you're easily offended then it's best you stay away from this film but I'd also recommend not reading anything else that I write here because it's impossible to write about this movie without getting to the more disgusting aspects. I've seen some wild WIP films from across the world and thought I had seen everything in various Jess Franco projects but this film might be the top-dog in terms of perverts. The movie features all types of bodily fluids from blood to urine to sperm. A lot of times all three are used together in one disgusting form after the next. The most outrageous scene of many happens when the women jump over a fence after being turned on by some construction workers who they eventually rape after being urinated on. Women are raping women, men raping women and even a priest gets in on the fun by fooling around with a big-chested guard. There's really not that much of a story here because the bottom line is that the movie wants to shock you for its 68-minutes and it certainly does that. Not only do we get all the masturbating, rapes and giggling schoolgirls talking about the pleasures of being raped by their cousins but we also get S&M and foot sucking. Even though this film is cheap exploitation it does features some really beautiful cinematography, which is something you don't normally see in a movie like this. Apparently director Konuma was very popular dipping into this rather wild genre so I look forward to checking out more of his work.
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