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  1. El Biffo's rating of the film Salon Kitty

    Epic and lush, Salon Kitty is the Gold Standard for nazi sex movies (I'm comparing it to films like Ilsa, She-Wolf of the SS, not Pasolini's Salo, which although x-rated I don't really consider a sex movie). Gorgeous production design by Ken Adam, who designed Barry Lyndon and Dr. Strangelove, as well as all the best 007 pictures - including Goldfinger. 4.2*stars

  2. Johnny Seeker's rating of the film Salon Kitty

    Joy Divison! Liked the design of the sets.

  3. Jeremiah Johnson's rating of the film Salon Kitty

    I enjoyed this film way too much than I anticipated.

  4. Valentine Xavier's rating of the film Salon Kitty

    500x better than viscontis "the damned"

  5. En Sangers Bøn's rating of the film Salon Kitty

    About symbolical and physical domination through sex in totalitarian socio-political context. It does not beat Pasolini’s treat in Salo but comes close. However this exploitation is more documented, stylistic and looks more realistic than the others ones on the vicious evil nazi subject (Isla, SS girls…). Helmut Berger really fits the role in this mix of supremacy and latent homosexuality.

  6. Graf von Zahl's rating of the film Salon Kitty

    Pornographic-comedy mixed with thriller-musical. Acting is rather coarse and the plot is very simple but it's pretty entertaining and you don't feel it's more than two hours.

  7. Pius Strassmann's rating of the film Salon Kitty

    ein herausragender film, von schwindelerregender qualität. macht und ohnmacht, und ihre umkehrung im verhältnis zwischen herren uns sklaven. weit mehr als ein film über das dritte reich. nicht das hurenhaus ist pervers. sondern die welt, in der es steht. bis heute.

  8. THORIVOS's rating of the film Salon Kitty

    The sets and cinematography unfortunatey cannot heave the (pretty) weak acting and weak development. i liked the idea of a sequential repetition of cabaret-like "intermissions" which also worked as transitions, but as the film progressed, it became rather tiredsome, in particular coupled with the little development happening overall. it's a shame, since i felt that it started promising - in particular the editing.

  9. riraru's rating of the film Salon Kitty

    Hervorragender Trash – Helmut Berger ist einfach der zweitbeste schlechteste Schauspieler der Welt, nach Udo Kier. Leider ist die hier gezeigte Fassung die zensierte; es fehlen rund zwanzig Minuten.

  10. Christoph's rating of the film Salon Kitty

    Sehenswerter Film, aber so richtig reißt er mich nicht mit.

  11. @frassivan's rating of the film Salon Kitty

    I'm not a Brass' work fan.. but this (little narrative) movie is probably his best drive

  12. Dombl's rating of the film Salon Kitty

    Tinto Brass's nazi-exploitation movie has a very basal and simplistic narrative which is combined with fine exploitation scenes. The most stylistic patterns are the zoom and the mirror, which sometimes makes the film very hard to watch. Finally, a good film which could have been 30min shorter.

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  15. Edwin N's rating of the film Salon Kitty

    Nazi sexploitation at it's fullest outgrown potential - sadistic, erotically overcharged, and increasingly cruel.

  16. Christopher R. Smith's rating of the film Salon Kitty

    Though it can be argued that it's just as crass as the other Nazisploitation films but on a bigger budget, it's far more ambitious in both scope and artistic quality. Brass deftly crafts striking imagery and smirking social satire out of the requisite explicitness, helped along by a high-caliber cast, particularly the superbly over the top Ingrid Thulin. A cult classic, and pretty easily the best of its genre.

  17. Richmond Hill's rating of the film Salon Kitty

    Exploitation cinema wearing it's Sunday Best. Decent production values cannot disguise the paucity of social or political comment which is a thin veneer for a pseudo-kinky parade of girlie-magazine smut. Probably Brass' most accomplished work but it quickly runs out of steam after a striking first thirty minutes: all exposition and little narrative drive.