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Schulmädchen Report 3. Teil: Was Eltern nicht mal ahnen

Schoolgirl Report Part 3: What Parents Find Unthinkable
Schoolgirls Growing Up

West Germany 1972
produced by
Wolf C.Hartwig for Rapid Film
directed by Ernst Hofbauer, Walter Boos
starring Friedrich von Thun, Sonja Spitzweg, Carmen Jäckel, Claudia Höll, Peter Kranz, Dietrich Kerky, Gernot Möhner, Karin Götz, Josef Fröhlich, Johannes Buzalski, Ingeborg Steinbach, Birgit Tetzlaff, Gerd Arnau, Michael von Harbach, Elisabeth Welz, Ludwig Wühr, Werner Abrolat, Josef Moosholzer, Karin Böttcher, Manu, Rosl Mayr, Michael Schreiner, Gunther Möhner, Uli Steigberg, Dieter Groest
screenplay by Günther Heller, music by Siegfried Franz, Gert Wilden

Schulmädchen-Report/Schoolgirl Report

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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After the girls are caught shagging the boys at a Christian holiday camp, they sit down together and tell their erotic experiences to ech other:

- At school, Edith (Sonja Spitzweg) is raped by 3 boys, but when they are caught by the caretaker (Johannes Buzalski), she is blamed for the incident, and from now on, the caretaker uses her as his prostitute.

- A teacher likes to grope his students, even in classroom, and even forces them to strip and makes love to them - all but fat and unattractive Alice, who eventually reports him to the police. Rather unbelievably, the other girls feel sorry for the teacher, because they liked his abuse (now this one made even me asking what ?).

- After seeing her big sis doing it, a girl gets all horny and masturbates for the first time.

- Little Lolita Helmi (Carmen Jäckel) grows tired of her boyfriend Rolf (Peter Kranz) and instead starts shagging his old man (Dietrich Kerky), whose man-of-the-world-attitude and expensive car impresses her more. Eventually, Rolf finds out and tells Helmi's parents, who blow the whistle on Rolf's father ... and Helmi now claims she has been raped. (Again, rather inexplicably, the film takes the side of the father and only blames the young Lolita.)

- Margot thinks she can control man by her charms alone ... until she meets Werner, who shags her into submission - something that very often leads to prostitution, an off-screen voice informs us.

- Bernd and Lila are looking for a place to shag one night, and all they can think of is their school's principal's office ... but when they hear someone coming, they hide in the cupboard, only to find the principal and his secretary already hiding there.

- Carla shags her boyfriend at the Oktoberfest in Munich, when suddenly a psychokiller (Josef Fröhlich) shoots him, drags her off and rapes her.

- Beate (Claudia Höll) and Peter (Gernot Möhner) are in love ... but unfortunately she comes from a rich family while his parents are poor, and her father (Werner Abrolat) doesn't approve of her relationship - which is why they, very Romeo and Juliet-like, decide to commit suicide ... but decide differnetly in the last moment.

Once again, Friedrich von Thun conducts some indecent street-interviews.


Unfortunately, the third Schoolgirl Report is not as funny as the first two parts - while still being as silly. But somehow the formula has grown rather stale, and especially the film's supporting attitude towards sex of grown-ups with underage girls  (the perverted teacher- and the Lolita-episode) is somewhat questionable to say the least. However, an open mind still might find a few unintentionally funny scenes.


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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