As World War II comes to a close, the top Nazi officials have become crazed when it comes to discovering anyone who wants to overthrow Adolf Hitler. Their plan? Train ten of the most beautiful prostitutes to protect Der Fuhrer.
Sure, that seems like it’ll work.
The director may be listed as Jordan B. Matthews, but we all know that that’s Bruno Mattei, whose frenetic mania is on full display here, as nearly every fetish — and then some — is on display as these frauleins do their good girl best for the fatherland.
Hans Schellenberg (Gabriele Carrara) has been tasked with training the women, along with Luciano Pigozzi as Prof. Jürgen and the super-intense Frau Inge (Marina Daunia, Escape from Women’s Prison, Women’s Camp 119), who is gorgeous even with the gigantic scar on her face. Plus, Macha Magall (The Beast In Heat), Gota Gobert (Savage Island), Monica Nickel (A Woman in the Night), Tamara Triffez (Salon Kitty) and Ivano Staccioli as Oberstgruppenführer Berger show up.
The training montage — which includes everything from hunchback aardvarking to dressing up in togas and blasting machine guns — is simply astounding in its complete ridiculousness. Then Schellenberg begins dressing like a Nazi pope and conducting masses.
Man, this movie is as scummy as it gets and you may just adore wallowing in its brash inanity. I say this as a compliment, as if we’ve learned anything this week, it’s that I just can’t seem to hate a Bruno Mattei movie.