Ilsa (Dyanne Thorne) is this time heading a Gulag (prison camp) in Siberia
1953. Of course she is up to her old tricks again & tortures her prisoners
at her own convenience, & those extremely difficult to break she just
throws to her pet-tigers. The night she spends being shagged by always a couple
of her prison guards (who fight over her). Life can be so beautiful ... but
then Stalin dies, & in the chaos that ensues after his death it becomes
clear to Ilsa that she can't keep running a this gulag the way she wants it to
- so she burns it down, & the prisoners with it ... only one of them,
revolutionary Andrej survives the ordeal rather by chance, as he was supposed
to end up as tiger fodder ...
1977: As a guard, Andrej has accompanied the Sowjet hockey team to Canada,
& on the final night in freedom, 2 of the players persuade Andrej to let
them go to a brothel - but he comes with them to make sure they don't escape.
But the brothel is run by Ilsa (who hasn't aged one day in the 24 years
since the Gulag), who is of course up to her old tricks again - considering
torture & violence -, & when she spots Andrej she has him immediately
captured & submitted to her new brainwashing device that can find out a
man's greatest fear (to noone's real surprise, Andrej's greatest fear is
castration - you wouldn't have needed no fancy machne to find that out, now
But when report of Andrej's disappearence is sent back to Moscow, General
Visaroff, whose son Ilsa has killed 24 years ago & who thirsts for revenge,
sends a SWAT team to Canada to attack & destroy Ilsa's cute little outfit.
She escapes the attack on a snowbike, but Andrej, freed by his comrades,
follows close behind ... until he finds her, her snowbike crashed, her leg
broken, on the middle of a frozen lake, & when she pleads for help, he just
leaves her out there, unable to move, with the ice slowly melting ...
The third (& most boring) of the not-so-great Ilsa series, that,
even more than its predecessors, does not keep up to its promises, as it goes
about its sex, torture & violence (key elements of any such film) rather
uninspired & at one time does give up Ilsa's comicbook-sadism altogether
ibn favour of a conventinal (& very dull) action-showdown.