"Sechs Schwedinnen von der Tankstelle" (and there are half a dozen English titles for this one) is a Swiss German-language movie from 1980, so it is already over 35 years old. It is the second film about the Swedish girls by writer and director Erwin C. Dietrich. And if you know a bit about him, you know exactly what to expect here, namely lots of nudity, a plot that makes no sense at all and many shots of female genitalia. Yeah well, this is indeed what you get. And I find it pretty worrying that utter garbage films like this one turned Dietrich into one of the most known and successful Swiss filmmakers of all time. He deserves none of it. Almost everything I have seen from him 8and that was quite a bit) was really really bad and the fact that he worked with Jesús Franco, who delivered in the same genre, but at least possesses some creative talent, did not help Dietrich at all in stepping up his game.
This film here luckily only runs for 80 minutes, but it's shocking to see the Swedish girls franchise kept going on afterward. It is really only worth seeing for people who are really horny, like porn and prefer blondes. At least the last part is not true for me, even if it is easy to appreciate Brigitte Lahaie. From her name, you already see that she is not Swedish at all and same goes for the other actresses. I find Lahaie attractive, but the fact that she is the center of the film takes away some of the appeal that comes from her innocent looks. Also the film really lacks something for those who love brunettes. It also lacks good acting, writing and directing of course, but I already made that clear with my thoughts on Dietrich. If there is any reason to not consider this one of Dietrich's worst films, then it is because almost everything from him really sucks, not because this is a decent film on any occasions throughout its 80 minutes. Also the German title is a lie because apart from 3 or 4 references early on, the gas station reference is completely non-existent throughout the entire film, even if they were trying so hard to include it in the "plot". I highly recommend to stay away.