Henry (Jacques Stany) and KArate Jack (Eric Falk) run a prosperous
business, picking up girls in Switzerland, raping them into submission,
then shooting them up with heroin, packing them into a box and shipping
them into their brothel in Amsterdam. There the girls have to perform
striptease shows to then be picked by their respective customers. One of
these girls was Helga (Gina Janssen), but what Jack and Henry didn't know
is that Helga has a boyfriend, John, who doesn't give up on her, and then
there's investigative journalist Sophie (Josyane Gibert) who is on their
trail, and she and John soon join forces.
Eventually, Jack and Henry change their tactics, and now they pose as
film producers to attract girls like naive Chantal (Esther Studer).
Eventually, Sophie and John report the whole affair to the police, but
Jack and Henry are already one step ahead of the law and fly all their
girls to Tanger ... with Chantal still believing she's gonna be a movie
star. Sophie and John though managed to stay on their trail, and finally
they find their headquarters and try to free Helga - much to Karate Jack's
dismay, who has just raped her and is now dressed up as an oil-sheikh. He
tries to beat up John but good, but ultimately ends up on the receiving
end himself ... but in the confusion of the fight, Helga gets shot.
But at least, sophie and John can hand over Jack and Henry to the law, but
not their big bosses ...
An obvious piece of (softcore) sleaze, that could have been way more
effective if more care was put into the direction. As it is, director Jack
Guy fails to make anything of the cheap and rather pathetic sets, the sex
scenes are just run-of-the-mill and boring, and all the actresses show a
remarkable lack of enthusiasm when doing their strip performances - and
while that would be quite according to their roles, it's hard to see why
any brothel would let them perform strips that way at all, because they
are kind of a turn-off.
So no, it's not a good movie, but if you like cheap 1970's erotica, you
might be entertained nevertheless, for exactly the same reasons.