31 May 2009 | devriesj
The story in this Bavarian sex comedy is about three men who run a shop in erotic garments and articles. Business is going bad. From their window on the 3rd store of an apartment building they can look into a photographer's studio. The photographer, Charly Braun, only takes photos of nude women for magazines. The three men sure want to be there some time and be close to those pretty nude ladies. When their shop is closed down by the bailiff because bankruptcy is at hand, they decide to have some fun to forget all the sorrows: they attempt to enter Charly's studio dressed up as women. They apply on an advertisement he has placed in the newspaper for an assistant but he only wants female applicants (because nice young men distract him too much: he's gay!). One of them applies for assistant photographer (dressed up as a woman), and the two others offer their services as housekeeper/cleaning lady. All three are hired. Then they stumble upon a plot by a countess who is hiring Charly to take photographs at her castle (regular photos, that's a kind of work he does also but is not often asked for). The countess is trying, together with her husband, to get her nephew locked up in an asylum, pretending him to be a lunatic. So they can get control over his inheritance. The three men/women are very busy with the naked models but also with the bad countess to get everything right again. And Charly does not understand why he is attracted to those three women so much... could it be that he is getting straight?
In fact there is no real sex scene in this movie, only naked breasts of the models in the studio. But the movie has a nice story line, it's one of the better Bavarians together with some others. No beautiful Alpes this time, it's shot only in the shop, in the studio, in the castle and there are some scenes in the streets of the city (Munich?) when some people are chasing one another. And Sauerkraut (heartburn cabbage) is good for getting an erection, did you know that? Also for other things....