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Secrets of a Sweet Sixteen
What Schoolgirls don't Tell

West Germany 1973
produced by
Lisa Film
directed by Ernst Hofbauer
starring Waltraud Schaeffler, Marie Ekorre, Elisabeth Volkmann, Christina Lindberg, Marina Blümel, Ulrike Butz, Claudia Fielers, Sonja Jeannine, Maja Hoppe, Erich Padalewski, Peter Hamm, Peter Kranz, Jörg Nagel, Sascha Hehn, Ekkehardt Belle, Wolfgang Jansen, Willy Harlander, Enzi Fuchs, Arthur Brauss, Hans Schellbach, Philippe Gasté, Günther Kieslich, Tonio von der Meden, Hans Elwenspoek, Monika Hagen, Elma Karlowa, Bruno W.Pantel, Pirko Zenker, Christine von Stratowa, Paul Lys, Werner Abrolat, Willy Schultes, Otto W. Retzer
written by Erich Tomek, music by Gerhard Heinz

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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  • Gerlinde and friend (Waltraud Schaeffler) catch a child molester (Erich Padalewski) red-handed - and seduce him to keep him from running away until the police arrives.
  • Because she wants to keep her mom (Elisabeth Volkmann) from cheating on her dad, Cornelia (Marie Ekorre) sets out to seduce the man (Peter Hamm) who mommy has an affair with - but the situation gets out of hands when he rapes her - but at least mom isn't interested in him anymore after that incident ...
  • Max (Jörg Nagel) shags Lil (Marina Blümel) with his impotent friend Sascha (Peter Kranz) secretly watching so that guy can overcome his nervousness when it comes to naked girls. It seems to work, and soon Sascha is about to lose his innocence with Babs (Christina Lindberg) - when it turns out he's actually more in love with Max ... 
  • Burgi (Ulrike Butz) and Rosel (Claudia Fielers) have sex with their respective boyfriends (Sascha Hehn, Ekkehardt Belle) in their village's post office, and eventually, the klutzy local mailman (Wolfgang Jansen) gets the blame for everything.
  • In order to have a sexual adventure, virgin Rosi (Sonja Jeannine) agrees to be the nude altar-piece at a Black Mass - not knowing of course that that also means she's gonna be the centerpiece of a ganbgbang. Fortunately, her jealous Italian boyfriend (Philippe Gasté) comes to her rescue.

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Another German sex anthology about schoolgirls that tries to copy the popular Schoolgirl Report-formula to the t - this one shares not only the director and many of the actresses with the series but also its "expert" (Günther Kieslich) whose narration is holding together the segments (though inexplicably, that character is abandoned halfway through the movie). And somehow, this movie succeeds in being a perfect Schoolgirl Report-clone - even if I don't know whether this is essentially a good thing - inasmuch as it treats its sleazy and sometimes rather serious subjects in a very light-footed and extraneous way, making it clear that at the end of the day, this is nothing but a vehicle to show some naked girls.

In all, not a great film, not even a memorable one, but nostalgic fun nevertheless.


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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