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Elsa Fräulein SS
Fraulein Kitty / Captive Women 4 / Fräulein Devil
Marius Lesoeur, Mike Staar (= Patrice Rhomm) for Eurociné
directed by Mike Staar (= Patrice Rhomm)
starring Malisa Longo, Olivier Mathot, Patrizia Gori, Pamela Stanford, Claudine Beccarie, Erik Muller, Rudy Lenoir, Jean Le Boulbar, René Gaillard, Thierry Dufour, Lynn Monteil (= Nadine Pascal), Roger Darton, Daniel J. White, Dany Chennevieres, René Douglas, Jacques Couderc, Claude Valmont (= Thierry de Brem), Alain Delmer, Ronald Weiss
concept by Victor Hadria, screenplay by A.L.Mariaux (= Marius Lesoeur), Patrice Rhomm, music by Daniel J. White
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Elsa (Malisa Longo) runs a brothel train for the SS, in which carefully
selected prostitutes are not only offering Nazi officers sexual favours,
they also inconspicuously quesion them to see if they are loyal to the
Führer in their lovemaking compartments which are of course bugged. If
the officers prove to be traitors, Elsa has them shot pretty much on the
spot, sometimes shoots them herself.
SS colonel Franz (Olivier Mathot)
is Elsa's longtime lover, and he accompanies her on her traintrip from
frontline to frontline, but he has long grown disillusioned with the
regime. Eventually, he falls in love with one of the prostitutes aboard
Elsas train, Liselotte (Patrizia Gori), and when he learns that she's
witht he resistance, he promises to help her by hooking up with her people
and handing vital information over to them. Elsa however has long grown
wise to this, and while Franz is out, she tortures the truth out of
Listelotte - but that can't help her train from eventually being held up
by the resistance, and all of her soldiers shot. Franz and Liselotte
manage to make an escape, but are pursued by Elsa who eventually shoots
Liselotte dead. She is then captured by the resistance, but that's little
comfort for Franz.
A very obvious rip-off of Salon
Kitty (as event he Italian title Fraulein Kitty suggests),
this is little more than a piece of cheaply made sleaze in Nazi uniforms,
and unfortunately not one of the better, wilder or more memorable films of
the subgenre - actually it's a pretty tame movie, with sex and nudity
being rather toned down, almost no torture scenes (one of the key elements
of the genre), and a very lame plot. Add to this an unimaginative
directorial effort and a mediocre cast, and you are left with very little.