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Der Teufel in Miss Jonas

The Devil in Miss Jonas
L'Exorcisme dans Mademoiselle Jonas / Was geschah wirklich mit Miss Jonas?

Switzerland 1974
produced by
directed by Michael Thomas (= Erwin C. Dietrich)
starring Christa Free, Herbert Fux, Michel Jacot, Marianne Dupont, Jürg Coray
written by Manfred Gregor (= Erwin C. Dietrich), allegedly based on a novel called The Exorcism of Miss Jonas by Jack Joshua, dialogue by Christine Lembach, music by Walter Baumgartner

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Miss Jonas (Christa Free), an unapologetic nymphomaniac, is executed via guillotine during a black mass - and she goes straight to hell to meet the devil (Herbert Fux) - who quickly comes to the realization she was sent to him one day early. So he sends her back - and once alive again, she soon has sex with quite a few of her lovers and even her maid (Marianne Dupont), who was always afraid of her mistress's many lovers and who is now corrupted by her and takes over many of her sexual partners.

Ultimately, Miss Jonas is sent back to hell, to a cell she shares with one of her exes, a man who won't touch her (even though they are both in the nude) because he died during sexual intercourse (with the maid, though, not with her). In the end though, it was all just a dream ...


Now The Devil in Miss Jonas is by no means a great film, it's a typical Erwin C.Dietrich softcore flick with a silly plot (very loosely modelled after the hardcore classic The Devil in Miss Jones) starring two rather gorgeous girls and a few not so great guys ... having sex. The fun thing about this movie is that it's so unapologetic and unpretentious about its own sleaziness - I mean, lead Christa Free is stark naked throughout pretty much up to the film's hour mark - and even when she wears something then, it comes off in a heartbeat. She's also portrayed as an unapologetic nymphomaniac, which the film doesn't use as source of any drama, just an excuse to show her having sex ... and more sex. This all of course doesn't make this anything resembling a masterpiece - just fun to watch in a slightly sleazy sort of way.


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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