Casa Privata per le SS
Private House of the SS
directed by Bruno Mattei
starring Gabriele Carrara, Marina Daunia, Macha Magall, Vassili Karis, Tamara Triffez, Luce Gregory, Walter Brandi, Thomas Rudy, Lucic Bogoliub Benny, Ivano Staccioli, Giovanni Attanasio, Monica Nickel, Gota Gobert, Cristina Minutelli, Aldo Formisano, Anna Melita, Eolo Capritti (as Al Capri), Alan Collins (= Luciano Pigozzi), Stephanie Hick, Galliano Sbarra, Salvatore Baccaro
story by Bruno Mattei, screenplay by Giacinto Bonacquisti, Bruno Matttei, music by Gianni Marchetti
Available on DVD !
To buy, click on link(s) below and help keep this site afloat
Always make sure of DVD-compatibility !!!
World War II, Nazi Germany: Hans Schellenberg (Gabriele Carrara) is
entrusted with the task of opening a brothel for top Nazi brss ... but not
just any type of brothel, a house where the prostitutes actually test the
loyalty of their clients to the Führer - and if the clients fail to come
up with the right answers, they will be killed ... of course, in best
trashmovie-tradition, all clients fail.
In private life however,
Schellenberg is impotent, but compensates for his shortcomings with
massive roleplaying, in which he sees himself as the next Führer. His
impotency scorns his second-in-command Inge (Maria Daunia), who's in love
with him but who eventually spills the beans about him to his superior,
General Berger (Ivano Staccioli). Cornered by Berger, Schellenberg shoots
himself - but by that time, the Allied Forces already close in on the
brothel, and Ultimately, Berger and his friends have a big orgy with the
Nazi-prostitutes, during which they all - soldier and girl alike - shoot
themselves in the head.
For one soldier, who has seriously fallen in
love with one of the girls, there is a happy end though.
plays a Doctor helping to turn the girls into perfect undercover
One of Bruno Mattei's first films, SS Girls already
shows the director in full bloom: The film, quite obviously influenced by
Tinto Brass' Salon Kitty, is trash-as-trash-can, with many a scene
that borders the grotesque (without the director recognizing its humourous
potential of course), and it's based on a plot that is little more than a
hanger for various Nazi atrocities and of course a variety of
(non-explicit) sexscenes (in which Mattei isn't even shying away from
bestiality). Add to this bad dialogue, worse actors, and massive sloppily
shot war-footage borrowed from another film, and you've got one bad film -
which you might enjoy though for all the wrong reasons.