Love Camp 7 (1969)

Not Rated   |    |  Drama, Thriller, War


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Two female Army agents go undercover at a Nazi prison camp to get information from a scientist being held there.


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Director:

Lee Frost

Writer:

Bob Cresse (original story)

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27 October 2006 | The_Void
3
| The Nazi's; the most boring extreme group ever?
Well, first of all; I'd like to say how relieved I am to have finally seen this film. I watched this, and the other three boring Nazisploitation films on the Video Nasty list, purely because I wanted to see every film on it - and now that I've got through these four films, I know I don't have to suffer Nazisploitation ever again! Love Camp 7 was made before most other genre attempts, but that doesn't make it any less dull. The cinematography is less sharp; but aside from that, it's pretty much business as usual. The plot follows two female army agents that go undercover at a Nazi concentration camp in order to extract some information from a scientist. However, their escape plan goes wrong and they end up stuck behind enemy lines! As you might expect from a film called 'Love Camp', there's plenty of sex on display, but it's never particularly filthy, however. The film was banned back in the eighties; and I have to wonder why. All I can think is that it was simply thrown in with the rest of the Nazi films by a group of censors who probably didn't even watch most of the films they banned. The plotting is very dull indeed, and as you might expect; the film is very boring. Overall, Love Camp 7 is not recommended.

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Drama | Thriller | War

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Release Date:

4 October 1969

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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