30 of 41 people found the following review helpful
on March 16, 2007
Let first start by saying that the rating is shown as X. Well in all honesty, this film is probably equivilant to an R rated film. The sex and nudity is muted, particularly the sex. This came out of Munich Germany. There were others that came out of Munich about the same time that were much better. They may have come from the same studio, I really don't remember. Three come to mind, "Girls Who Love Girls", "Six Swedes On Campus" and "Six Swedes on a Pump". These were all German sex comedies and
were pretty good. There were others of the same type probably from the same studios. This was not one of the better ones. If you are curious, you
would be better off renting it if you can find it. Charlie S.
8 of 12 people found the following review helpful
on June 9, 2009
Capt. Freaky has been away on vacation...but I recently bought this loser of a 1970's freaky film....too bad the sex was only "simulated" throughout the movie...and it was poorly simulated at that. Some of the girls in the film were quite hot...complete with their 'hairy beaves' and armpits; there were some great nude scenes however...but the German language they spoke and hilarious soundtrack playing in the background ruined any real sexual tension throughout this film. There were also LOL moments...which made the movie seem trivial and adolecent at best.
The Capt. would like to see more actual sex and more 'well simulated' violence in these old erotic films. There is a humiliation/rape of a young black girl by her white German schoolmates...but even that scene gets cut short before turning hot. Overall, I would like to have my money back on this one. If the other Schoolgirl Report series are as dumb and bad as this one was...the Capt. recommends that you skip them.
Finally, actress Christina Lindberg is very hot naked once again in this film...too bad not much becomes of the whole sequence...
on November 6, 2013
Excellent softcore porn and overall presentation. I was really surprised to see German studio be so clever and reflect on real life issues. My original attraction was Christina Lindberg who didn't disappoint. The report has about 10 short stories all well developed from start to finish, so plenty of skin and situations. The only shortcoming was lack of music but, lets be fair, its not the reason we buy these flicks.
0 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on November 19, 2010
Very Intriguing look into our own personal nature, wished more films would put this concept into their films. If you like/love Psychology, then I think you would enjoy it more, but perspective is to each their own lol. I Njoyd Immensely