Salon Kitty
Germany (DE), Italy (IT), 1976, 129 minutes, HD
Depraved. Decadent. Damned.
Salon Kitty Synopsis

Set in Berlin in 1939, as the Nazi dictatorship marches inexorably towards war, SS officer Helmut Wallenburg (Helmut Berger) is commanded to establish a brothel catering to the Nazi elite. Wallenburg diligently selects and trains 20 young Aryan women committed to the ideals of National Socialism and prepared to degrade themselves for their masters, setting the scene for an exercise in debauchery and corruption that parallels de Sade's 'One Hundred and Twenty Days of Sodom', and reflects the growing violence and depravity of the Nazi regime.


Tinto Brass's controversial and notorious erotic classic was heavily censored upon its release and banned in several countries around the world, despite it being based on true events at the Salon Kitty brothel in the Charlottenburg district of Berlin.

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