Before they can enjoy sex with their boyfriends, the priest has to be drugged. The uncle of one of the girls, he's a priest, throws a goodbye party. Upon arrival the three girls can have sex. These movies were made from the early 70's onwards. Then they can have sex.
Luckily during the farewell party they can have sex. You all know the Alp comedies. Soft core versions probably run for some 85 minutes. The sex is mainly soft core, but some scenes are hardcore. But the beautiful Christa Ludwig made it worth my time. They seek sex everywhere, but usually something goes wrong: they fall into the water or on a heap of dung, the ladder collapses or one of the ugly old women from the village appears.
And that is all this movie has to offer. The hard core version I saw had a running time of 103 minutes. For me a 3 out of 10. Judging by both the year it was produced and the running time, there is no doubt on my mind various versions were produced. All in all a lame, slow paced porn movie with lots of distractions, which didn't add to its tolerability.
The story of this movie only serves as a frame to present as many sex scenes as possible. Next morning they leave for Paris. The direction was so so and the other aspects of this movie needn't be mentioned. The three girls are quite pretty, even though Eleonore Melzer, a veteran of the genre, does not take part in the hardcore scenes. So this is a late one and it shows. Then it is time to go home.
The early movies had soft core only, a lot of jokes and a story line. The lame jokes luckily do not interfere too much. During the 70's an endless stream of this type of movies was produced, especially in Germany by Alois Brummer, and in Switserland by Ernst Dietrich. . Healthy looking young German girls blondes mainly, of course are surrounded by unintelligent men.
Next are some outings in Paris, after which they can have sex. In a student exchange project however, they are able to spend a few days in Paris. The jokes, if present, are all outdated and so are the music and the costumes. The acting was adequate for stupid sex comedies like these. Also an obvious relic from earlier times. In the middle this movie comes to a complete stand still when we have to see all the obligatory scenes of Paris for minutes on end: the Seine, the Eiffeltower, the Arc de Triomph, you know the stuff.
This calls upon celebrating their departure. . . .
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