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Girls of the Third Reich

Released: Mar 01st, 1990
Running Time: 89
Director: Joseph De Ruyer
Company: Filmco
Cast: Jade Nichols, Dushca, Damien Wolf, Francois Papillon, Maria Rosenthal, Ron Jeremy, Athena Star, Mindy Rae, Pam Cox, Jeff Scott
Critical Rating: AA
Genre: Feature

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Critical Rating: AA

Forgive me if I don't laugh at Nazis. The strangeness of this feature leaves me uneasy and the concept of Nazis as masochists with a penchant for kinky sex seems very real. Hitler Sucks covered similar ground with high camp, but I didn't laugh then either.

Nonetheless, a market exists for the kind of light kink that exists in Girls of the Third Reich. Francois Papillon plays the nazi leader who must get Dushca to open a bordello in Berlin to help raise the spirits of Nazi soldiers as World War II winds down. Mixing in stock footage to add realism, you might thing you really were in Germany (if not for the bad accents). The sex scenes, with emphasis on oral action and strange masturbation, all work pretty well.

Since the feature was originally shot about four years ago, the video quality isn't great in long shots. And Adolph himself, when he enters the whorehouse for his big closing sex scene, looks a lot more like Charlie Chaplin… thanksfully. Worth a look for people with a penchant for the bizarre.


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