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Nazi Love Camp 27
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Directed By
Mario Caiano

Written By:
Mario Caiano, Gianfranco Clerici

Cast:
Sirpa Lane, Giancarlo Sisti, Piero Lulli, Roberto Posse, Giovanni Di Benedetto, Renata Moar, Isabella Russo, Sarah Crespi, Margherita Horowitz, Gaetano Russo, Gudrun Gundelach, Gloria Piedimonte, Christiana Borghi, Gianfilippo Carcano, Marzia Ubaldi


 
Nazi Love Camp 27 (1977)
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Movie Review by Movie Addict
April 19th, 2009

While this isn't one of the infamous nazisploitation video nasties like Gestapo's Last Orgy or Love Camp 7, it would have probably made the list if they tried to release it in Britain.

It is nazisploitation, make no mistake, even though it has more of a story than the similar Salon Kitty.

A Jewish couple are separated by war and she (Sirpa Lane) is sent to a love camp to service German soldiers. It includes an average of about eight breasts a minute, rape, actual penetration, lesbianism, bloody caning, eugenics, girl-on-girl,: all the features of a typical nazisploitation.

Soon Hannah (Lane) attracts the attention of a Nazi officer (Giancarlo Sisti), who takes her home. She fits right in, which is not surprising for someone who let her mother (Margherita Horowitz) die for her before she was captured.

Her reunion with her beloved Klaus (Roberto Posse), who was now a German officer, was not pleasant.

She ends up running a high-class brothel like Salon Kitty, without the Caberet singing. She re-finds her identity before she dies.

WWII aficionados will appreciate the extensive use of actual war footage in the film to stretch it out with little cost.

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