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An English lady (Kai Fischer) insists on an old fashioned government
official (Bert Fortell) to be her guide through Vienna & then takes
him to a room of a Viennese brothel, where she begins to tell him a story
to show him the errors of the book on morals & decency he has
he story concerns Joesfine, a girl that was brought up in
poverty in the streets of Vienna, where she learned about sex at an
early age. At age 16, she (Christine Schuberth) has her first sexual
encounter when she is raped by a priest. But despite the violence of
this act, she kind of liked it, & so she soon starts a sexual
relatinship with her own widowed father (Uli Steigberg).
arise when their lodger Rudolf (Alon D'Armand) finds out about this
& threatens to blackmail them, but fortunately, at first he can be
quieted when Josefine proves willing to have sex with him, too. Later
though, he also wants a room for his girlfriend Zenzi (Renate Kasche), a
prostitute, to welcome customers, too. Even this goes well at first,
& the four (Josefine, her father, Rudolf & Zenzi) live
off Zenzi's income pretty well. But then on the same day, Josefine's
father's fired from his job & the goings-on in the appartment are
found out by the police. As a last resort, her father turns Josefine
into a prostitute, & would you know it, she instantly takes a liking
into the job (& the money she makes), which soon makes her one of
Vienna's best (& richest) prostitutes ...
Here our English lady's
story ends & the official sees where he has gone wrong, that his
old-fashioned ideals might not really work for the lower classes. Our
lady starts to seduce him & admits that she just might be the girl
Josefine of the story ...
A blend of out-&-out
sexploitation & conservative period (circa 1910) comedy, that proves
- above all - that the producers did not really know how to
handle sex-movies back then. It's quite fun to watch though (for
precisely that reason), even though, as in most sexploitation, the
intentionally funny scenes are the least humourous.
novel on which this movie was based was written by Felix Salten, the
man who also gave the world Bambi (yes, precisely the deer-drama
where the mother dies).