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Die Sklavinnen

Swedish Nympho Slaves
Les Flagellées de la Cellule 69 / Die Sexhändler

Switzerland 1977
produced by
Erwin C. Dietrich for Elite
directed by Jess Franco
starring Lina Romay, Martine Stedil, Vítor Mendes, Esther Moser, Peggy Markoff, Aida Vargas, Jess Franco, Raymond Hardy, Ronald Weiss, Sigad Sharaf, Eric Falk, Aida Gouveia, Diotta Fatou, Karl Gysling, Martina Domingo
written by Erwin C. Dietrich (as Manfred Gregor), music by Walter Baumgartner

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Brothel Madame Arminda (Lina Romay) is sent to prison by a traitor among her ranks (Esther Moser), but broken free only a few days later by a gang unknown to her. This gang is made up of the men of Radeck (Vítor Mendes), an incredibly rich man whose daughter Martine (Martine Stedil) - a rebellious young and beautiful girl trying to distance herself from her establishment father and living life according to her own rules - has been kidnapped, and Radeck thinks by Arminda ... which she denies, naturally, so Radeck's assistant (Jess Franco) tortures the truth out of her. Turns out, without knowing who she is, Arminda picked her up one day, made her her lover ... and eventually drugged her to make her work in her brothel. Now while Martine has forgotten everything about her past thanks to the drugs and thinks she's the slave of Arminda who has to do her every bidding, one of Arminda's guests (Eric Falk) does recognize her, and tells Arminda's main competitor Ebenholz (Sigan Sharaf) about Martine - who promptly has her kidnapped and blackmails Radeck for five million Dollars for her safe return. Now Radeck is willing to pay, but at the handover, something goes terribly wrong, and two of Ebenholz's associates (Ronald Weiss, Peggy Markoff) are shot dead ... and somehow Martine ends up dead as well. But where are the 5 millions? Arminda tries to torture this out of Ebenholz, but she apparently doesn't know (and dies for it), so Radeck and company can't torture it out of Arminda, obviously ... so Radeck has his girl (Aida Vargas) free Arminda, just when Arminda pieces the puzzle together to find the final clue to the money - but when she comes to collect, she's shot dead by Radeck's gang. And the money? There never was any money, just old newspapers ... so why Radeck has gone through all these troubles (since he didn't love his daughter in the first place) is at anybody's guess.


Swedish Nympho Slaves is most certainly not one of the best (but neither one of the worst) films of prolific director Jess Franco, but it's typical for Franco's mid-seventies output for Swiss producer Erwin C. Dietrich, and it's one of his more entertaining films of that era. His trademarks are there, mostly, a very random plot made up from pulp elements leading to nowhere in particular and women getting naked all the time, no matter whether it's appropriate or not, but also interesting camerawork, an eye for interesting architecture, and an overall tongue-in-cheek approach. Now to be totally honest, if people want to dismiss this movie as pure sexploitation, it would be hard to argue against it (especially in comparison to other much better Jess Franco erotica), but fans of the director will find quite a few things to love about this one.


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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