A good example of the Bavarian sex comedy and with a reasonably good story too! Two waitresses get the sack from the nightclub they work in because the police shuts the premises down because of the sex show. Both girls go out into the Alps in a white car, owned by the Italian boyfriend of one of them. They have taken the car without telling the owner. In the back of the car they discover little plastic bags with a white powder. Of course they think it's heroin, in reality (as is revealed to the viewer immediately) it's a sexual stimulating powder, imported from Corea.The Italian boyfriend, Borsalino, upset about losing the car with the precious content, gets an order from his angry big boss Calafati to bring the expensive white powder back, otherwise.... He gets after the girls on a police motorcycle (which he gets hold of in an unusual way). The girls stay in a local tavern in the village of Mutzenbach, which has been mentioned to them by the gentlemen in the nightclub. The tavern is owned by a landlord who earns a little extra as a gigolo for rich lady tourists. But his own wife always has to press him because he is very lazy. So they have to hire a help in the gigolo work: a young and handsome Frenchman who has been arrested by the local police and spends a week in jail. They try to seduce the two girls also (who are playing the role of Danish women "because Scandinavian women are more sexy", hence the movie title). In the meantime, two not-so-clever businessmen pass by with the daughter of one of them: these are the two guests from the nightclub the two girls worked in. They wanted to go to Mutzenbach to establish a sort of health spa there, but with the sole intention of committing tax fraud: they expect the center will go bankrupt in no-time, so they can deduct this loss from taxation. The mayor is unaware of this and is willing to give them permission for their project for attracting more tourists, the vicar is against it: this will only mean more sin! An old farmhand then discovers the white powder in the car and thinks it's salt, so he carries it home and puts it into the salt box. But using it on their food, the men soon discover it's something completely different! All are sexually aroused and when the powder gets into the water... In the end, all are lovemaking and Borsalino and his girl find each other back. Fun movie, nice storyline, no highly unlikely things happen (only the really-working aphrodisiac made of a rhinoceros' horn!), a good look at the wonderful landscape. Did the travel agencies perhaps finance those movies? One of the better Bavarians.
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