Deported Women of the SS Special Section

Le deportate della sezione speciale SS (internationally released as Deported Women of the SS Special Section, SS Special Section Women and Deported Women) is a 1976 erotic-drama film directed by Rino Di Silvestro. The film is considered the first Italian nazisploitation film, after the "auteur" progenitors such as Liliana Cavani's art film Il portiere di notte and Tinto Brass' exploitation film Salon Kitty.[1]

Deported Women of the SS Special Section
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Directed byRino Di Silvestro (as Alex Berger)
Produced byGiuseppe Zaccariello
Written byRino Di Silvestro
StarringJohn Steiner
Lina Polito
Erna Schurer
Sara Sperati
Music byStelvio Cipriani
CinematographySergio D'Offizi
Edited byRomeo Ciatti
Distributed byItalian Stallion Productions (US, dubbed)
Release date
  • 1976 (1976)
Running time
98 minutes
CountryItaly
LanguageItalian

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In Nazi Germany, a group of female prisoners are transported by train to an SS concentration camp and subjected to torture by the camp commandant (John Steiner) and his guards which include a lesbian warden. There is also a joint suicide by cyanide capsule of a guard and his inmate lover just before they are forced to make love before the entire camp. Meanwhile the commandant develops an infatuation with a particular inmate, Tanya Noble, who he was in love with before the war and who rejected him.in favor of another man, who is later murdered on the orders of the commandant. After initially attempting to starve herself, she feigns falling in love with him. However, following an evening together in the commandant's bedroom, he reveals his plan to escape to South America and in an act of revenge, Tanya severs his manhood using a hidden razor blade in her vagina during their love making. During the film's climax whilst allowing the other inmates to escape, she guns down a group of SS guards, only to then be shot herself by one of the fatally wounded guards.

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Marco Giusti. Dizionario dei film italiani stracult. Sperling & Kupfer, 1999.

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