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Two Female Spies with Flowered Panties

Spain 1980
produced by
directed by Jess Franco (as Dan Simon)
starring Nadine Pascal, Lina Romay, Joelle Le Quement, Yul Sanders (= Claude Boisson), Mel Rodrigo, Olivier Mathot, Muriel Montossé, Jean Roville, Albino Graziani, Francisco Romero, Pedro González, Juan García, Doris Regina, Susan Hemingway, Oscar Fernandes, Maria Teresa Pires, Dud Cabaquinhos
written by Jess Franco, music by Daniel J. White

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Brigitte (Nadine Pascal) and Céline (Lina Romay) are two strippers who got busted for ... well, doing their job, but now they are released before their time by senator Conally (Olivier Mathot) - to become undercover strippers at the nightclub of the Forbes (Joelle Le Quément, Yul Sanders), who kidnap celebrities to sell them to rich customers as sex slaves on the side. brigitte knows next to nothing about their undercover assignment, and instead she starts an affair with Conally, while Céline gathers more and more evidence. Ultimately though, the Forbes find out someone is spying on them, and figure it has to be Brigitte because of her close ties with Conally, so they kill her. Céline on the other hand is forced into submission with Mrs Forbes' hypnotic opal, and locked up with one of the celebs to be sold into sex slavery. However, she manages to free the girl and escape herself, helped by her friend, gay barman Milton (Mel Rodrigo), who hides her with his communist biker friends living in some caves (really!) nearby. However, Céline persuades Milton to help her free Brigitte, but the mission fails when she gets busted, locked up and tortured. Milton on the other hand fetches his friends, and ultimately, it's a gang of communist bikers that busts a white slave ring - even when the papers the next day credit everything to the police.

Well, at least Céline gets Milton in the end, who considers leaving his gay lifestyle behind for her sake.


Certainly not one of Jess Franco's better films, this however beautifully embodies what his movies are about: Delirious collections of pulp mainstays peppered with heavy doses of nudity and sex, where a total disregard for continuity is outbalanced by a tongue-in-cheek approach, with inventively staged but sloppily executed striptease sequences and torture scenes thrown into the mix every now and again.

So why is this not one of Jess Franco's better films?

For one because he is not an action director, and this film features quite a few action scenes, secondly because his trademark unusual camerawork is pretty much absent here, and finally because his heart quite simply doesn't seem to be in this movie, it's pretty much Jess Franco by-the-numbers, without the fun - hardly surprising though given the incredible number of films he directed in the late 1970's/early 1980's back to back.


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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produced by and starring
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directed by
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written by
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Ryan Hunter and
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