John Steiner (MANNAJA), Tina Aumont (TORSO) and John Ireland (RED RIVER) co-star in this infamous epic co-written and directed by Tinto Brass and featuring exquisite production design by OscarAE winner Ken Adam (BARRY LYNDON, GOLDFINGER). Released in America as the heavily censored MADAM KITTY, this controversial shocker has been fully restored from the director's own personal vault print and features extended scenes of sexual atrocities now presented for the first time ever.
Salon Kitty (Two-Disc Limited Edition)
Customers Who Bought This Item Also Bought
- Tinto Brass Bio
- Bonus Disc: Inside Salon Kitty - Interview with Director Tinto Brass
- Designing Salon Kitty - Interview with Production Designer Ken Adam
- Radio Spots
- Poster & Still Gallery
- Ken Adam's Production Designs
- Jost Jakob's Costume Designs
- The Story of Salon Kitty (DVD-ROM)
Top Customer Reviews
Specifically, "Salon Kitty" takes place in 1939 Berlin just as the German military readies itself for war. At some point, higher ups decide to assemble the best examples of young Aryan womanhood in order to train them as prostitutes in service to the German soldiers. A German officer of supposedly impeccable standards, Helmut Wallenberg, runs this new training program. Wallenberg, who has his own nasty little secrets, comes across as the archetype of every German officer portrayed in films since the end of World War II: he is imperious, cold, calculating, and as cruel as they come.Read more ›
The sex was never meant to be erotic or arousing. Tinto Brass has stated in an interview that in order to make a film about depravity, it must be a depraved film. Period.
Please give this film a chance and do not judge a book by its cover.
The film truly is a masterpiece, from its direction, acting to its sumptious sets and complicated plot themes.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
With Gore Vidal as author of the screenplay and Bob Guccione of "Penthouse Magazine" to provide backing, director Tinto Brass had achieved some notoriety and success with his 1979... Read morePublished 17 months ago by V. Risoli
Having been directed by the same person who directed Caligula, I expected much the same. It was not. Had the potential but was just freaky to a degree. Read morePublished 21 months ago by ronstoppable
Really Good Blu-ray Copy Of This Movie Clasic. I Compaired My DVD Copy I Bought 10 Yeas Ago With The Blu-ray Copy The Blu-ray Video & Audio Far Exceeded The DVD Quality.Published 23 months ago by M. Alvarez
This is a classic seventies b movie that did show quite a bit. It wasn't made for its great acting but the varieties of girls was good.Published on November 9, 2013 by Ronald Torres
Bill that works at the video store told me about "Salon Kitty". I discovered Tinto Brass from reading a book about underwear of all things. Read morePublished on June 22, 2011 by Annelies
The first surprise is to see Ingrid Thulin (Return from the Ashes; Four Horseman of the Apocalypse) in such an erotic Nazi nightclub drama. Read morePublished on March 13, 2011 by Ian Hunter
Repulsive and disgusting is about all one could say about this film. Animal killings, violence, perversion, and garish exploitation of WWII are about all that can be found here. Read morePublished on June 2, 2010 by B26354