Depraved. Decadent. Damned. A fully restored and uncensored Director's Cut of this infamous Tinto Brass erotic classic presented in its original widescreen format completely uncut and featuring 21 minutes of never-seen-before footage! Based on actual events the story takes place in Berlin in 1939 at the start of World War II. SS Officer Helmut Wallenburg (Helmut Berger) is instructed by his superiors to set up an elite brothel the eponymous Salon Kitty specially designed to serve high-ranking Nazi officials and foreign diplomats. In order to cater to the clients'... darkest perversions and desires sufficiently Wallenburg is also charged with finding and rigorously training twenty beautiful and intelligent women who are not only dedicated to the ideals of National Socialism but are also prepared to perform the most extreme acts of debauchery imaginable. What these prostitutes and their customers don't know is that the brothel is bugged and is being used to collect intelligence and to monitor the clients' loyalty to the Nazi Party and its cause. Wallenburg exploits his position feeding his insatiable need to dominate and using the information he receives to blackmail his way to the top. Meanwhile one of the prostitutes Marguerite (Teresa Ann Savoy) discovers the truth about the brothel when a soldier she loves is executed for revealing to her his plans to defect from the Party. With the help of the brothel's madam Kitty (Ingrid Thulin) Marguerite plots to turn the tables on Wallenburg and exact her revenge... [show more]
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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.