Between 1970 and 1980, no less than 13 parts of the "Schulmädchenreport"-Reihe were produced in Germany, making it one of the most successful film series in that country. Whereas "Schulmädchen" are school girls and the "reports" cover their alleged secret sex life hidden from the faces of their parents, soon after the success of the first films an uncountable number of similar films were rushed into Germanys cinema, making it possible to take a look onto the unspoken truths in the sex lives of housewives, secretaries, teachers, and so on. It would be fun to claim that, in essence, each of these movies has a scientific theme behind it; that especially the "Schuldmädchenreports" are intended to explore the social reality of the youth; and that, most important of all, the hilarious episodes that constitute these films, are portrayed for reasons of preventing kids from danger. None of this is true, of course, but this is the premise the films themselves give to the viewer! No miracle, then, that this particular volume starts with a reporter interviewing different "experts": policemen, sociologists and so on, all of which have a story to tell about "misguided school girls". Also incorporated between the episodes is interview footage "from the street", some of which may be real, some of which surely is faked. The single episodes that each report consists of are great fun. For instance, the first "case" is about a good-looking, yet strict and conservative teacher, Dr. Mallinger, whom three of his school girls, after making good use of sexual innuendos during an experiment in the physics class, lure into one girl's house. Expecting nothing else than a conversation with her father, Mallinger finds himself confronted with his naked student. "You have forced me into a disgusting trap", he utters, before laying her down on the sofa and taking her from behind. Needless to say that, while hidden in another room, the other girls watch closely and videotape the whole thing for further blackmailing their teacher into sexual services. Soon afterward, however, the class must learn that Mallinger couldn't take the pressure any longer: Suicide. That's what school girls are all about "in these days"! Other sequences are equally entertaining. From today's viewpoint, nudity is there but pornography is far away. The strangest element is the fact that the unintended comedy of the films wasn't already appreciated when they first hit the cinemas. It is impossible to watch a Schulmädchenreport today without being entertained greatly and laughing all the time. Very recommended also as a demonstration of the trash culture that swept over the European film scene in the 70s, creating both masterpieces and junk.