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Schulmädchen Report 10. Teil: Irgendwann fängt jede an

Schoolgirl Report Part 10

West Germany 1976
produced by
Wolf C. Hartwig for Rapid Film
directed by Walter Boos
starring Angelika Duvier, Karin Lorson, Günther Kieslich, Alexandra Bogojevic, Peter Hamm, Gina Janssen, Paul Glawion, Claus Tinney, Joachim Hackethal, Annemarie Wendl, Astrid Boner, Claus Obalski, Reiner Brönneke, Siggi Buchner, Walter Feuchtenberg, Heiner Lauterbach, Ursula Reit, Willy Schultes, Edgar Wenzel, Yvonne Kerstin
written by Günther Heller, music by Gert Wilden

Schulmädchen-Report/Schoolgirl Report

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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A teacher and her students discuss the question law versus morality in class, and in the course of this, several stories are told, some to the class, some the girls keep to themselves and only tell the film audience:

- Teacher Hensel (Reiner Brönneke) is accused of having raped Susanne, one of his students, and even though he absolutely denies it, the district attorney (Astrid Boner) sees no other way than to put him up for trial - until Bert (Claus Obalski) shows up, Susanne's sort-of boyfriend, and he tells teh D.A. what really happened: Susanne went to her teachers house alright for some after-school tutoring, but at one point she just undressed to seduce her teacher (don't aks why) ... but he threw her out. Susanne, furious as she was, persuaded Bert to have sex with her on the spot (this did not need much persuading though), just to have indisputable proof that she really had been shagged this afternoon ... and then she went to the police ...

- While masturbating, Inga realized how much she liked it, so when one day Max tries to seduce her, she's more than willing, but when Max learns that she still is a virgin, he backs out. The following night though she has herself deflowered by a guy she met at a club, but he proved to be less than sensational in bed. So she shags around for a bit, until she finds Freddy (Siggi Buchner), the first one who can really satisfy her in bed, and stays with him.

- Kati (Angelika Duvier) persuades her boyfriend Frank to seduce her stepmom Angelika (Karin Lorson) so she can make her father (Günther Kieslich) divorce her. The plan works of course ... and backfires, because Frank has really fallen for Angelika and leaves Kati for her, while her dad soon has a new fiancée ... the girl who sits next to Kati in school.

- Country girl Seffi (Alexandra Bogojevic) and her boyfriend Karli (Peter Hamm) are madly in love with each other, but can't have sex because Seffi's parents keep a close watch over her. So Karli, inspired by William Peter Blatty's novel The Exorcist (then a much talked-about bestseller), cooks up a mad scheme: Seffi is to act as if she was possessed, then Karli is to appear as a bearded monk out of nowhere and offer her parents an exorcism - and when the two are alone, they shag. A plan that is of course mad enough to work, and Karli actually isn't found out until after intercourse ...

- Lovely Iris (Gina Janssen) is a daughter of poor parents (Joachim Hackethal, Annemarie Wendl), but her boyfriend Harden (Paul Glawion) is a rich businessman and sugardaddy who has bought her an appartment and showers her with gifts and money - all without the knowledge of her parents or even his wife ... or so he thinks, because one day when Iris comes to her appartment to meet Harden, she finds not him but his wife waiting for her ... who bluntly tells her it's over. However, Harden has a nephew, Franz (Claus Tinney), who is more than willing to pick up right where her uncle left off, and really, Iris gives her body to him almost right away ... but she has learned from her mistakes, and the next day invites him to have dinner with her and her working class parents to see if he's serious about her. Franz is shocked at first ... but after a few days he realizes that he really loves her and is even willing to accept her parents ...


So-so entry into the Schoolgirl Report-series. Somehow all of the stories lack the pure silliness of the best (or worst, depending on your point-of-view) episodes of the series while at the same time, thjey also fail to qualify as serious drama (or good comedy) or as outstanding erotica. But of course, if you like (bad) 1970's sex-flicks the film will still make you chuckle occasionally ... but probably not much more ...


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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produced by and starring
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directed by
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written by
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Ryan Hunter and
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