Siv is married to antique dealer Hanz who holds her as a decorative object, photographs her naked and sells the pictures under the counter. He has a dominant mother who lives in their building as a neighbor. She must also be available sexually when he invites the highly-cultivated director Richard home. and they have sex in front of her husband. When she learns that he was a former SS officer and also forced his first wife Ulla into prostitution. Because he doesn't pay his debts, she starts to work at the hospital where she worked before her marriage. And she starts a relationship with her ex-lover Dr. Leo.
More sensual. More shocking.
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Did You Know?
The German version cuts the ending rather short. It doesn't include any references to the Nazi background of Hans Henrik Holm. One reason might be that the WWII propaganda song "Die Fahne hoch" by Horst Wessel
, played during the ending, is banned in Germany. See more
Performed by Sven Gyldmark See more