Sadistic Ilsa (Hajni Brown) runs a hospital that is actually litle more than
an innocent front for a torture camp. Ilsa's subcommander Greta (Csilla
Farago) is a woman that equals, maybe even succeeds her in pure sadism, &
she was of couurse once Ilsa's lover ... until innocent Sabrina (Susanna Makay)
came along, a disturbed girl who lives in her own world influenced by
pulp-comic-books, & whom Ilsa fulfills every (sexual) desire. What Sabrina
doesn't know though - but everyone else does - is that Ilsa is not only her
lover but also her mother, & she will stop at nothing to satisfy her
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When Ilsa at one occasion wants to make Sabrina a love robot of human
bodyparts, she gets into an argument with Greta that almost culminates in a
physical fight would not one of the assistant nurses chainsaw the robot apart -
which only results in her being the game in the next womanhunt.
Later, Greta tries to discredit Sabrina when she makes her watch a whipping,
& turned on by what she sees, Sabrina demands to do some whipping herself.
Ilsa drags her away though before she can do so, but later, out of motherly
love, she allows her daughter to whip her (!).
When later Ilsa, Greta, Sabrina & Greta's 2 favourita assistant nurses
go to hunt down & kill some campers they found in the neighbouring woods,
Ilsa, as a punishment for Greta, kills not only her share of the campers but
also the 2 assistant nurses.
Enraged, Greta decides to tell Sabrina he truth - that Ilsa is her
mother - & disturbed Sabrina knows nothing better to do than to take her
machinegun & - in lingerie - go around the hospital shooting down everyone
in her way, including Ilsa ...
Machine gun-wielding nurses, womanhunts & inane mono- & dialogues
always sound promising. This movie however does little to keep up with its
promises, as it tries way too obviously to show its trash-movie-roots - most
notably the Ilsa- & Olga-series, Russ Meyer
& Ed Wood-movies - & 50's adventure comics-influences, instead of
concentrating on some competent moviemaking or storytelling, let alone any
personal style. As a consequence, the ironic moments of the movie fall pretty
much short as it lacks the necessary distance to its material on one hand, on
the other most of the movies parodied are either just so funny because they
take themselves dead serious or (as in case of Russ Meyer's movies), they are
meant as satire in the first place.