Based on a true story this shockingly controversial film is an unflinching portrayal of the criminal depravity of Nazi Germany and the ruthless use of sex to destroy opponents. Now presented fully uncut for the first time in UK in high definition showcasing the stunning production design of Ken Adams (designer of most James Bond sets and twice Oscar winner for Barry Lyndon and The Madness Of King George).
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Please note this is a region B Blu-ray and will require a region B or region free Blu-ray player in order to play. From Tinto Brass, the director of CALIGULA, comes his own EXTENDED DIRECTOR'S CUT of SALON KITTY. Completely uncensored and presented for the first time in HD, this fully restored wide-screen version finally allows this film's extreme, almost hard-core, content to be seen as originally intended by its director; as well as showcasing the stunning sets of Oscar®-winner Ken Adams (designer of most James Bond films and Kubrick's BARRY LYDON). Based on a true story, this shockingly controversial film is an unflinching portrayal of the criminal depravity of the Nazi party and the ruthless use of sex to destroy opponents and control the Third Reich. Berlin, 1939, the start of the World War II, SS Officer Wallenberg (Helmut Berger) is instructed to train twenty of the most beautiful staunch young Nazi women as prostitutes and put them to work in the opulent brothel of Madame Kitty (Ingrid Thulin). Actors Helmut Berger, Ingrid Thulin, Teresa Ann Savoy, John Steiner, Sara Sperati, Maria Michi, Rosemarie Lindt, Paola Senatore, John Ireland, Tina Aumont, Alexandra Bogojevic, Dan van Husen, Stefano Satta Flores, Bekim Fehmiu & Ullrich Haupt Director Tinto Brass Certificate 18 years and over Year 1976 Languages English Duration 2 hours and 13 minutes (approx)
Director's cut of Tinto Brass's controversial and notorious erotic classic. Set in Berlin in 1939, as the Nazi dictatorship marches inexorably towards war, SS officer Helmut Wallenburg (Helmut Berger) is commanded to establish a brothel catering to the Nazi elite. Wallenburg diligently selects and trains 20 young Aryan women committed to the ideals of National Socialism and prepared to degrade themselves for their masters, setting the scene for an exercise in debauchery and corruption that parallels de Sade's 'One Hundred and Twenty Days of Sodom', and reflects the growing violence and depravity of the Nazi regime.