In a small Swiss girls' boarding school, which is also attended by 6 blond free-spirited Swedish girls, Greta, Inga, Kerstin, Lil, Astrid and Selma, Miss Klein leads a strict regiment. ...
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In a small Swiss girls' boarding school, which is also attended by 6 blond free-spirited Swedish girls, Greta, Inga, Kerstin, Lil, Astrid and Selma, Miss Klein leads a strict regiment. Neither she, nor the gymnastics instructor Martin can stop the girls' pranks. The six leave nothing to do to wrap the men around their fingers. They also drive their favorite pranks with every man in the vicinity of many kilometers as far as they can make their excursions with their red bicycles.
Erwin C. Dietrich both wrote and directed this sexploitation film under different names but there's no mistaken his work. The film takes place at a Swedish boarding school where some perfect looking young ladies start to get curious about sex.
This film's original title was SECHS SCHWEDINNEN IM PENSIONAT but it also went under a variety of other titles including SIX SWEDES ON CAMPUS and UNTAMED SEX. No matter what you call the film there's no question that it's pretty much lacking in any sort of story but I guess that was to be expected as people certainly weren't coming to pictures like this for some sort of Ingmar Bergman experience.
What Dietrich was always able to deliver was low-budget movies without much plot and more times than not the title itself told you what you were in for. Whereas his films lacked any sort of plot, they more than made up for it with non-stop nudity and plenty of beautiful women. Usually in American sexploitation films there was always that one ugly friend or bland girl but that's not the case here as Dietrich gives us all perfect "10" girls.
The most known name in the group is Brigitte Lahaie who is obviously hard to miss with her beauty. You've also got Jess Franco regular Eric Falk in a small role. Obviously there's only one reason to watch a movie like this and that's for the ladies, the nudity and the sexuality. At 90-minutes the film does get rather boring very quickly but there's still plenty of eye candy that helps make it stand apart.
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