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L'Ultima Orgia del III Reich

The Gestapo's Last Orgy
Caligula Reincarnated as Hitler / Last Orgy of the Gestapo

Italy 1977
produced by
Cesare Canevari for Cine Lu.Ce.
directed by Cesare Canevari
starring Adriano Micantoni (as Marc Loud), Daniela Poggi (as Daniela Levy), Maristella Greco, Fulvio Ricciardi, Antiniska Nemour, Caterina Barbero, Domenico Seren Gay, Vittorio Joderi, Pietro Bosco, Pietro Vial, Renato Paracchi, Maria Grazia Cisera, Tino Polenghi
story by Antonio Lucarella, screenplay by Cesare Canevari, Antonio Lucarella, music by Alberto Baldan Bembo

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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In post World War II Germany, Conrad Starker (Adriano Micantoni), former commander of an especially brutal concentration camp that also doubled as a brothel for Whermacht-soldiers, meets up with one of his inmates, Lise (Daniela Poggi), the very one whose testimony saved him from punishment at his post-war trial. And yet, why?

Back in the war, Lise was sent to Starker's concentration camp, and she was totally numb to everything, just wanted to die. So Starker devised more and more brutal ways to torture her, just to beg for mercy. But she won't, and her fellow inmates who beg for mercy for her are usually tortured, sometimes even killed for it. Eventually though, Lise proves so far gone mentally that she can't be tortured anymore, and the camp doctor (Fulvio Ricciardi) finds out why Lise is like she is, she feels guilty of having betrayed her (naturally Jewish) parents to the Gestapo, and now can't live with the guilt. But the doctor finds out that it wasn't really her betrayal that got her parents deported but the local priest had done the honours - and he finds out just in time, too, as when he goes to tell Lise, she's about to throw herself to the camp's bloodthirsty dobermanns. This is a turning point in Lise's life, and she quickly learns how to play the commander's game and eventually becomes his love slave - but as such, she also learns how to use her power, she even convinces him to kill his second in command Alma (Maristella Greco). But one day, Lise finds out she's pregnant, and things go on a downward spiral from there ...


Now don't take above synopsis too seriously, as the story only takes backseat in this movie behind the film showing its more than fair share of sleaze and atrocities, including one scene where Commander Starker and company actually flambé and eat a female inmate just so the resident scientist (Renato Paracchi) can prove that Jews are good for something after all - and that should also prove that the film pays little heed to historical accuracy. So if after reading all of this you figure this movie's little more than a piece of sleaze, it's hard to argue against it. But on the flipside, it's also a perfect time capsule to a time where political correctness didn't even factor into filmmaking, when it was still ok to titilate and shock one's audience at the same time, as this movie's overabundant not only with gruesomeness but also with nudity, and when all of this was still played with a totally straight face, devoid of any irony. So a good film this is not, but at the same time a very nice piece of nazisploitation.


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