Homesex movieSalon Kitty (1976) Movie Sex & Nudity

Salon Kitty (1976) Movie Sex & Nudity

This movie, as expected from Tinto Brass, contains several sex scenes, graphic nudity, and general depravities. Many scenes of full-frontal male and female nudity and intercourse, including disabled and physically deformed people, as well as group sex.


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In addition to the bad Chinese translation (the history of Nazi madness, which may attract the attention) and several fantastic scenes of copulation, the theme and narrative plot of this film are more inclined to reflect on the war.

Public sexual intercourse and sexual intercourse with dwarfs, disabled and sick people reproduce the cruelty of Nazi rule to the public. Citizens’ human rights have been seriously violated. Individuals must serve the will of the ruling class of the country, or they will be treason.

Like Margarita, many women have simply invested in the nihilistic national socialist national salvation movement. In fact, they misinterpret the meaning of loyalty to the country and believe that giving their body unreservedly is to share their worries for the motherland. Therefore, the Nazis lured them to sell their hues in order to facilitate the transfer of the ideological status of the German army in the front battle and ensure that the combatants worked hard for the head of state.

Margarita was lucky to meet pilot Lieutenant Hans. He fell in love with her, even if she was just a prostitute. At first, Hans said nothing about the war ahead. He said to Margarita, “I’m too tired. Don’t treat me with anger. Be gentle.” Then he told Margaret frankly that he was in love with her and really wanted to take her with him. They opened champagne to celebrate their meeting for a week. Hans looked like an innocent child. He was so happy that he danced with Margarita that he had no fear even if the air raid alarm sounded. Margarita said calmly, “I only like champagne. The better things mean bad omens.”

They travel happily, playing and chasing by the river in the mountains, like a pair of lovers who love each other. Hans became hysterical after witnessing the soldiers driving to the front. Under Margarita’s hard questioning, he finally opened his mouth: “I hate myself. In Poland, we opened fire on the unarmed people. They were so helpless and pathetic, their bones were mountains and rivers of blood.” Margarita eagerly argued, “how can you say that?” Then she ran away, because the beautiful national socialism in her heart should not be like this. Hans caught up with Margarita, and the two snuggled together. I guess Margarita was very afraid at the moment. How should she measure the situation carefully in the face of the dark world?

Before leaving, Hans bluntly told his beloved Margarita: “a man lives for all mankind, not just for a country, a nation and a belief. This time I go back, I must try my best to stop them from killing humans. I’m going to destroy the plane.” Margarita said with tears in her eyes, “you’re too dangerous.”

Hans wrote in his last letter to Margarita, “honey, I’ve returned to the army. I’m beginning to miss you again, miss you.” Margarita read the letter, full of meditation and worry

Margarita learned from the pilot who came back from another front that Hans had been executed. Without hesitation, she shot and killed the officer who slandered Hans. She cried and wept sadly on Mrs. Katie’s shoulder. This is a little out of balance with her stubborn character, which has been tested by abnormal sexual intercourse several times before and insulted by the SS several times but never admit defeat. Because of love for Hans? Or did you recognize the ugly face of the Nazis and regret your original choice?

While describing the crimes of the Nazis, this film also exaggerates a kind of introspection beyond ordinary cognition. Hans’s thinking about his implementation of national orders and his view that the significance of human life is to protect all mankind appear in this film. I think it has greatly overloaded the weight of erotic films, so it is more appropriate to be a war film.

Hans and Margarita’s love is moving, although short, it is not tragic.

People who know how to love often understand their responsibilities.

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