-A man and woman are shown having sex. The man is on his back as the woman thrusts on top of him. (His bare chest is shown as are her bare breasts and back.)
-Two fully nude women lie on a table in an opium den (drug den). One is lying on her back naked, the other on her stomach. Men surround the table caressing them. (We see them again in another scene.)
-Several women are shown in alleys having sex with men. (Their dresses her hitched up. We see men unfastening trousers and engaging in sex.)
-A woman kisses two other women on the mouth and makes advances towards them but they push her back.
-A nude man is seen sitting in a hospital. (No private parts are seen.)
-A group of women bathe in a trough of water. Nothing is shown but we can see them hitching up their skirts to wash their crotches.
-Two women are shown sleeping in petticoats.
-A prostitute propositions a man who rebuffs her.
-Women (prostitutes) are seen wearing low-cut dresses throughout the movie. We also see men bare-chested at various points.
-A few scenes show passionate kissing.


Film review:Translated by www.rabudo-ru.com


In 1888, a serial killer appeared in the Jewish settlement of East London. At least five old and cheap prostitutes were tortured and killed. The dead were either strangled or stabbed with a knife. Some were dismembered and their internal organs were taken out. At the height of the murder, a man sent some viscera and letters to a London newspaper, calling himself “Jack the Ripper”.

Mailing clues is the style of the originator of the serial killer, which is also imitated by future generations. More than 250 letters from Jack the ripper to the police are kept in the British public archives in London, full of cunning childishness, hateful jokes and vicious taunts:

“Hahaha, you have the ability to catch me.”

“This business is really interesting.”

“How wonderful my dance is.”

“I just want to give you a clue.”

He was very conceited in the letter. For a while, he made himself ignorant and crazy, but when he heard someone say so, he couldn’t help writing a letter with correct spelling, beautiful handwriting and exquisite words to correct his name. In the era of lack of technical means, the police can only track through case handling techniques and letter handwriting. The autopsy knife method is suspected of being a doctor, while the focus on the letter is too focused on handwriting, ignoring the style of writing, and there is no result after comparing several suspects. East London residents were once very frightened. At the sight of suspicious men, they shouted to escort them to the police station, and many nearby doctors were also targeted. In later films, Jack the Ripper was always depicted as a mysterious man in black, carrying a scalpel and leaving a figure on the foggy east side street.

After World War I, Monographs on Jack the Ripper began to appear in Britain. The first one was the legend of Jack the Ripper, written in 1929, which listed several suspects. Since then, books trying to find out the real murderer emerged one after another. Later, it even had the titles of “Ripper science” and “Ripper logist”. The suspects include a man who claims to be a prince (the first person prosecuted for sexual assault in the United States), a headmaster, a Queen Victoria’s doctor, a serious comedy singer, a Duke (Queen Victoria’s grandson), and even a woman. The last one is proposed by Conan Doyle, the British mystery novel. According to his Sherlock Holmes reasoning, he believes that Jack the ripper is a woman disguised as a man who hates prostitutes. In addition to several movies featuring the Ripper, many videos also have the shadow of the killer. For example, in a recent Woody Allen film, the scoop, there is a murderer who also kills prostitutes, leaving clues. For this New York director who just started shooting in London, London means Jack the Ripper. The real murderer has never been caught. I’m afraid the guess has increased his (her) pride. The British magazine “puck” once took a cartoon as the cover: the portraits of several suspects were hung on the wall, and Jack the Ripper looked at them leisurely, holding a sharp knife with his hands on his hips.

The latest suspect is Walter Sickert, a 19th-century British Victorian painter. It was proposed by a best-selling American novelist, mainly based on the painter’s style of writing, the secretive travel style, and the exquisite knife technique of often creating etching works. Perhaps it is also because the painter once made a painting called Jack the Ripper’s bedroom. According to the novelist’s description, Walter is very talented, smart and changeable. He despises religion, has a keen mind, indifference and an amazing desire for manipulation. He is like a work of Art: slender figure, strong upper body due to swimming, perfect radian of nose and jaw, curly and dense brown hair and unfathomable blue eyes. Under the charming appearance, there is a heart of impending anger. Like his predecessors, the new suspect has not received any official confirmation, but in this realistic reasoning novel written for more than 100 years, this image is more and more in line with people’s imagination. Jack the ripper is neither a reckless rough man nor a cruel mob, but a wicked, crazy and handsome artist.

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