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Schulmädchen Report 2. Teil: Was Eltern den Schlaf raubt

Schoolgirl Report Part 2: What Keeps Parents Awake at Night
Der Neue Schulmädchenreport

West Germany 1971
produced by
Wolf C.Hartwig for Rapid Film
directed by Ernst Hofbauer
starring Friedrich von Thun, Karin Götz, Dietrich Kerky, Astrid Kilian, Eric Wedekind, Michael von Harbach, Günter Clemens, Willy Harlander, Rolf Castell, Walter Kraus, Josef Moosholzer, Rosl Mayr, Hellmuth Haupt, Christine Snyder, Hans Heiking, Juergen Emanuel, Jochen Mann, Frank Wedekind, Michael Schreiner, Gerti Heibl, Jörg Nagel
screenplay by Günther Heller, music by Gert Wilden, title song by Peter Thomas

Schulmädchen-Report/Schoolgirl Report

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Reporter Friedrich von Thun (who did the interviews in the first Schulmädchen Report and continues to do so in this film) informs the audience about how successful and revealing the film Schulmädchen Report was and that the production company received hundreds of letters telling more sex stories about schoolgirls ... and so the production company saw itself forced to make a second movie, based on some of these letters ...

First up, it's the story of Elfie (Karin Götz), who seduces her teacher Doctor Mallinger (Dietrich Kerky), but has the whole thing photographed by her friend, and then tries to blackmail the man ... who before long sees no other way out than to commit suicide.

Traudel and Rosi do it in a barn with two young men, but are soon caught by the postman (Walter Kraus).

Monika and Emi are two teenage runaways, but once they arrived in Munich, they had their money and luggage stolen, a woman who pretends to help them really wants to sell them to a pimp, their hippie friends left them to go to Tibet, and in the end they are caught shoplifting ...

Gaby and Heini want to do it in a forest for the first time, but first Heini doesn't get it up, then a passer-by steals their cloths and will only give them back if Heini sings for him, and in the end he makes off with Gaby, leaving naked Heini in the woods alone.

Two guys pick up drunk Tessie in a bar, promise to take her to a party, but instead drug her and rape her.

Short of money, Margot has herself persuaded to have nude pictures taken by a photograph ... and suddenly she is swimming in money, so all her schoolmates go to the photographer as well ... and the caretaker of the school finds himself mighty surprised when he finds all the girls from the school in a sex-mag.

Elke (Astrid Killian) is still a virgin, while all her friends boast about shagging around like nobody's business. So to go with the flow, she agrees to have sex with Günther (Eric Wedeking), the Feger von Bogenhausen, allegedly the womanizer of the region. Only when they are alone in his room does Elke find out he is just as virginal as her, it was all just a set-up by Elke's friends, and the two fall in love ... and of course have sex. Elke's friends meanwhile find out they have run out of men ... so they order a taxi, to have their way withthe driver ...

Susanne had numerous sexual contacts, and she loves seducing men, but she never ever ahd an orgasm. Until she seduces the lodger at her parents house, who seems to do everything right ... too bad though that her parents catch her, still underage, with the man. Soon, the lodger is brought to court and convicted. Susanne meanwhile tries to kill herself, and at long last lands in the care of a psychiatrist.

Barbara gets pregnant while still in school and of course still unmarried, and at first her parents are devastated ... until the baby is here. Then they even meet the child's father Horst (Michael von Harbach), who has since found out that Barbara's parents were also unmarried when Barbara was born ... and in the end, they are all a happy family again.

The second Schulmädchen Report is almost funnier thatn the first one: The seriousness of the experts interviewed is in no relation to the sleazy little stories that are told, the stories themselves seem to not leave out any cliché at all, and Friedrich von Thun as the host of the film seems nothing short of hilarious.

Yes, it's stupid, sensationalist, sleazy (though tame by today's standards) and whatever other inlsult you want to throw at it, but it's also great fun, a laugh riot from beginning to end, plus it has a certain nostalgic flair that is alost irresistible.


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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