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Deported Women of the SS Special Section (1976)

Le deportate della sezione speciale SS (original title)
Young women in Nazi-occupied countries are packed onto a train and shipped off to a prison camp, where the sadistic commandant uses them as rewards for his lesbian guards and perverted and deviate troops.

Director:

Rino Di Silvestro (as Alex Berger)

Writers:

Rino Di Silvestro (story), Rino Di Silvestro (screenplay) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
John Steiner ... Herr Erner
Lina Polito Lina Polito ... Tania Nobel
Erna Schurer ... Kapo Helga
Sara Sperati Sara Sperati ... Monique Dupré
Solvi Stubing ... Fräulein Greta
Guido Leontini Guido Leontini ... Dobermann
Paola D'Egidio Paola D'Egidio ... Kapo Trude
Rik Battaglia ... Dr. Schubert (as Rick Battaglia)
Stefania D'Amario ... Angela Modena
Ofelia Meyer Ofelia Meyer ... Kapo Inge (as Ofelia Mayer)
Felicita Fanny Felicita Fanny ... Mara (as Felicita Fanni)
Maria Renata Franco Maria Renata Franco ... Milena (as Renata Franco)
Giorgio Cerioni Giorgio Cerioni ... Ivan (as Giorgio Cerrione)
Cesare Barro Cesare Barro ... Frederick
Anna Curti
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Young women in Nazi-occupied countries are packed onto a train and shipped off to a prison camp, where the sadistic commandant uses them as rewards for his lesbian guards and perverted and deviate troops.

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Each Day Is A Living Hell For These Helpless Captives!

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Drama | Thriller | War

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The film was refused a UK cinema certificate in 1977 by the BBFC. See more »

Quotes

Herr Erner: [Camp commandant slowly, menacingly enters prisoner cell] Ohh, Tanya, Tanya Noble: oh, good ol' destiny has brought you across my path again. You must believe me, at this moment I want to see you happy and laughing like those days at Casa Noble - but one day your Mother betrayed my trust, betrayed the Fatherland; she hid some subversives away, organisers of resistance on German territory; I was prepared to forgive everything for you, Tanya, but she took you away from me knowing how much I would ...
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Referenced in Paura: Lucio Fulci Remembered - Volume 1 (2008) See more »

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And...we hit rock bottom
5 September 2018 | by BezenbySee all my reviews

NOW we're scraping the bottom of the barrel, as the Nazisploitation genre kicks into gear with a film that's both offensive and snooze inducing, featuring a career low from John Steiner. His terrible acting in fact is the only thing that will keep you awake.

A bunch of women are taken to a special camp to join Ian Curtis and Peter Hook in Joy Division. There's the usual bunch of aggressive lesbians who all want a piece of this and that and aren't averse to having a cat fight in order to find out who is the top carpet muncher on camp. Meanwhile (and I'm struggling here as the plot just sort of ties all the usual exploitation crap together) John Steiner is the guy and charge and he's delighted to find that his ex-girlfriend is one of the prisoners. That's not so lucky for her mind you, ending up in a Nazi camp with an irate ex in charge. Revenge porn kind of pales in comparison.

The relentless barrage of crap in this film involves Steiner trying to get his ex to fall in love with him which invariably leads to her getting beaten and tortured, being forced to witness sex acts (YOU WILL VIEW MY SPECTACLE - Steiner screams), gets it on with a camp guard to make Steiner jealous (whom he bums in the funniest scene in the film), while the other inmates are beaten, showered, glowered at, ogled, tortured and murdered, all done in a rather cheap fashion which causes the viewer to start nodding off.

What was Steiner thinking? Things come to a head when Big John ends up getting little John torn to shreds with a fanny/razor blade combo. What a pile of crap. I'm only watching it because when I set out to watch all these films I figured I'd see how low things got in the Italian film industry. The answer is: very low. Who was this film aimed at? All those escaped Nazis in South America?

And there you have it: My review of The Departed: US Special Edition


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Country:

Italy

Language:

Italian | German

Release Date:

23 November 1976 (Italy) See more »

Also Known As:

SS Special Section Women See more »

Filming Locations:

Bracciano, Rome, Lazio, Italy

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Mono

Color:

Color (Gevacolor)

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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