Salon Kitty (Edited Version) (1976)
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Critic Reviews for Salon Kitty (Edited Version)
Masquerading as an essay on decadence and Fascism, this predictably speculative slice of Nazi sex is aimed squarely at the box-office.
Saucy without entirely giving itself over to maladaptive glory, Salon Kitty festers in that fertile field somewhere between The Night Porter and Ilsa, She Wolf of the SS.
All hail Tinto Brass doing Nazi Germany at its most debauched.
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Audience Reviews for Salon Kitty (Edited Version)
A chilling thematic sequel to Luchino Visconti's "The Damned." But whereas the former showed the death of German society, "Salon Kitty" portrays it as a rotting carcass. With chilling perfomances, gorgeous art direction and the most disturbing portrayal of decadence caught on film, makes this film one of Tinto Brass' greatest achievements. It's also a perfect marriage of his 60s avante-garde style and post 70s "mainstream erotic" phase. A masterpiece!
"Put a little versa into your vice..." A perverse cabaret that's interesting because it's strange.
Hooray for the Germans trust their malevolent deeds to Third Reich whores and of their disposals.Soft-core porn nonetheless,thus...i never really overvalued it like the pure erotic movie.
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