Madame Olga’s Pupils (1981)

Also known as Sex Academy in the UK, this José Ramón Larraz directed and written film is al about the titular Madame Olga (Helga Liné, The Killer of Dolls) who may or may not be related to the Olga with the House of Shame, but she does have a high class bordello in London.

Over 77 minutes, Larraz packs in the prurient scenes, as well as a story about how one of Olga’s girls named Tina (Eva Lyberton) ends up dying after an encounter with a millionaire. Usualy Olga just maes things like this disappear but a friend of the dead girl named Rafael (Jorge Gonce) starts asking too many questions.

Olga deals with it by giving him a job scouting new girls but he soon falls for both Lavinia (Marie Harper, the 1983 Fanny HillThe Urge to KillEmmanuelle in Soho) and her mother Betty (Lynn Endersson). Of course, he also makes time to Olga while he’s at it.

It looks very sumptuous — of course, Larraz directed it — but the artist was meant for so much more.

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