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Genres: Horror
Actors: Howard Maurer , Jesus Franco , Alex Exler , Sandra L. Brennan , Peggy Markoff , Esther Moser , Esther Studer , Lina Romay , Eric Falk , Tania Busselier , Dyanne Thorne , Angela Ritschard
Director: Jesus Franco
Country: West Germany, Switzerland, United States
Year: 1977
IMDB Rating: 4.1/10 (1173 votes)

Ilsa, now a vicious warden, runs a mental-hospital for young women. A girl deliberately “checks” in to the hospital to find out what has happened to her sister who stayed there. Meanwhile Ilsa and one of the guards are forcing the inmates to have sex with male prisoners, filming them and selling it as pornoflicks.

Film Review

This movie is boring, you can no longer expect to make movies interesting only by showing actresses in the nude. It doesn't work anymore. What exactly people see in Franco movies is beyond comprehension. He really is a terrible director doing crap movies. For the reviewer who says he wants all Franco movies : don't do that to yourself I'm sure you don't deserve it. And besides remember he made a lot of them so beware ! It doesn't qualify as a Ilsa movie which is fair enough if you consider it's in fact not really one but it's only a tedious WIP film that has stupid dialogs and no plot. It just drags along to reach its end since the script is based only on this final scene. Too bad Franco directed it in such a ridiculous way !

Having viewed all of the other ‘Ilsa’ film prior, I was expecting nothing more than a Franco-ized, over the top treatment of same. To be sure: this is very sick stuff here, and I did find myself wincing at the proceedings more than a few times. That notwithstanding, the ‘cringe factor’ was the result of the idea of what occurred onscreen, and not the technical proficiency (read: gore effects) therein.However, what really caught me off guard was the surprisingly touching interactions of the female prisoners. In quieter moments, the acting was really quite effective and moving–the emotions rang true.On the other side of that, all of the exploitive elements–mainly every time ‘Ilsa’ appears–were pure, unadulterated camp (and I confess: I am the biggest fan of pure, unadulterated camp!).’Greta – Haus ohne Manner’ is one of the finest examples of ’70s sicko/shock-sploitation cinema of all time. 8 1/2 of 10.

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