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Hanna D: The Girl From Vondel Park

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Within months of the release of the 'sweet-teen-turned-heroin-addict-prostitute' hit CHRISTIANE F., European producers rushed to copy its shocking plot. But no film aimed lower than this 1984 filth-fest from writer/director 'Axel Berger', a.k.a. Italian SleazeMaster Rino Di Silvestro of WEREWOLF WOMAN and WOMEN IN CELL BLOCK 7 infamy. As Dutch schoolgirl Hanna D, Ann-Gisel Glass delivers an eye-popping performance that takes her from coy teenage tease to depraved junkie whore, complete with a parade of perversion that includes voyeurism, mutilation, sleazy pimps, drunk nude mothers and more.

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  • Actors: Donatella Damiani, Karin Schubert, Antonio Serrano, Tony Lombardo, Jacques Stany
  • Directors: Axel Berger
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    Not Rated
  • Studio: Severin Films
  • DVD Release Date: December 9, 2010
  • Run Time: 88 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002IJQ35C
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #175,890 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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Hysterical and overwrought drug and teen prostitution flick from Italy circa 1984, is another film from the madman Rino Di Silverstro who studied things intensely for this flick to be made. He went and studied teen drug addicts and criminals and made Hanna D after doing all that research and made one cheesy, hilarious mind numbing flick. You know the same studying he brought to Deported Women of the SS special Section. His interview along with basically being the last one before his death is equal parts scary and funny. I guess with old age he developed delusions about the movies he made. Though I think judging by Steiner's interview on Deported, he was a pretty pretentious guy his whole life.

I wonder if he did intense studying for Werewolf Woman.

French 18/19 year old Ann-Gisel Glass plays teenage prostitute Hanna who turns tricks all over Amsterdam and lets dirty old men have private time with her on a train ride. I know it's rather disgusting and creepy. But several parts with Hanna D go there in the sleaze department.

Hanna's drunken weird mom played by Karin Schubert (in a shocking turn from the Black Emanuelle films she was also a part of) spends her time trying to be still sexy and a milf and is too concerned with drinking and wooing younger guys to care what her daughter does with her free time. She truly is the most hilarious dysfunctional parent ever put on film. Schubert and her English dubber chew the scenery at times and others just engulfs it.
Especially when she is well, feeling herself up in front of the mirror in some scenes while completely drunk.

Meanwhile Hanna/Ann has a drug problem and is shooting Heroin everywhere on her body including places that are too uncomfortable to mention.
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This film bored me a little the first time I saw it. However, it was much better with a second viewing. Ann Gisel Glass plays a young woman who visits her alcoholic mother (Karen Schubert who would later star in porn films) and begins to descend deeper and deeper into the world of prostitution and drug addiction. Nearby, in some seedy Amsterdam locations, she encounters assorted drug addicts and prostitutes. The film shows her life fall apart, and the movie usually concentrates on providing a depressing type tone that usually makes the film feel kind of lifeless. The picture begins really quick with an explicit full frontal nude scene with Ann Gisel Glass on a train. This is quickly followed by a sex scene with Karin Schubert that's quickly followed by more full frontal nudity in a shower scene with Ann Glass. However, this sleazy fast-paced start soon slows down. The film then becomes a combination of drama and sleaze, as it switches between sleazy exploitation and sometimes boring drama. I thought the film has some boring indoor dialogue sequences, and it becomes a romantic and boring love story in parts, as it switches between exploitation and a tedious love drama. This film contains the following: there's a very brief hardcore scene with a tiny hidden drug canister being quickly pulled from an anal orifice; a lot of full frontal nudity and sex scenes that are sometimes romantic with tender music, while at other times the sex is a little harder; some bits of action, along with very little blood and a low amount of violence; Ann Glass goes insane from drug withdrawal symptoms; and there're some small scenes of intravenous drug usage that aren't for the squeamish and may be for real.Read more ›
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OK, I suppose I'm a little spoiled by all the nice looking Blu-ray releases we've been getting of cult, trash-cinema, Eurosleaze, etc., but even for a DVD I found the picture-quality made this film difficult to really enjoy. I'm no A/V geek, but on a typical HD TV this DVD is full of obvious video\digital artifacts. If the cover didn't boast "Restored from the original vault elements" I wouldn't bother writing this review. It's certainly better than a bootleg, and I've seen plenty of old DVDs with this kind of PQ, but I've also seen plenty of DVDs of this kind of Euro-sleaze that look A LOT better.
As for the film, not much to add to the other reviews, but better to give it a rental first. I am enough of a fan of this genre that if a decent looking blu-ray ever surfaces, I would gladly give it another watch. But this film really needs a little better presentation to be worth puchasing on it's own, IMO.
I should add that I puchased this as part of the "Eurosleaze" box set when it was on sale for like $13. I haven't watched the other 2 films yet.
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