27 November 2013 | BA_Harrison
Somebody shoot that bloody bird.
In an un-named banana republic, where a Nazi-style regime rules by force, sadistic lesbian bitch Helga (Malisa Longo) is assigned her dream job as governor of a women's prison, where she uses her position of power to satisfy her sexual urges; the inmates are also abused by the prison doctor (Jacques Marbeuf), who keeps the guards in alcohol in exchange for sex with the women of his choice. New inmate Elisabeth Vogel (Patrizia Gori) quickly catches the eye of both Helga and the Doc (must be the non-standard-issue knee high leather boots she wears), but being the daughter of a tough rebel soldier, she is determined to resist
Ilsa, Elsa, Greta, Helga: what's in a name? This forgettable entry in the Nazisploitation/Women in Prison genre(s) does little to distinguish itself from similar tawdry fare, offering up the expected full frontal nudity from a bevy of attractive women, repeated forced sex, and torture-lite. Sounds like the recipe for a fun time, but the repetitive and plodding plot ensures that tedium soon sets in, while the unconvincing stock bird-song which accompanies every external scene eventually becomes irritating in the extreme.