Helga, la louve de Stilberg

Helga, la louve de Stilberg

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Helga, a woman who runs a strict prison camp, forces her female prisoners into slave labor and to be love toys for her own personal pleasure, as well as for her soldiers. Issuing torture and whippings to anyone who dares defy her, man or woman. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Helga, la louve de Stilberg torrent reviews

John B (fr) wrote: I was a little slow off the mark otherwise I would have been in the audience when they filmed Christopher Plummer doing his John Barrymore. Thank goodness HBO decided to pick it up and air it. A great theatrical performance is captured and kudos to Director Erik Canuel who offers appropriate off-stage moments that don't detract from the piece.

Bill C (au) wrote: Cursory, almost cartoonish, treatment of the lethal fifties cocktail of McCarthyism, populism, political corruption and Hollywood angst that forced Johnny Rocco to sell the Van Gogh. Once again, Elia Kazan gets a free pass. Too cute by half.

Jon O (de) wrote: Awesome Zombie film and the ending will be a surprise!

Ese L (mx) wrote: thiz iz one of my personal favoritez moviez...yall should chek it out...i recomend it eh.....

Adam R (ru) wrote: Terrible! It's not funny and will bore you. (First and only viewing - In my early twenties)

Sheila C (us) wrote: Multiple inter-related story lines, about values and the cost of progress

Shawn S (au) wrote: It may be a little clichd but there's lots of light-hearted fun and great, colorful characters.

Julie M (it) wrote: Cute and weird. I stumbled across channel surfing - James Garner, Bruce Willis, Mariel Hemingway and Malcolm McDowell as challlened by Blake Edwards. A fun caper film for any lovers of Old Hollywood.

Sergej M (kr) wrote: ford mustangs, anouk aime, a grain of melancholy, non-bullshit dialogs, the score, and France ... all add up to a simple but magical love story.

JoEy M (de) wrote: Not as good as The Wolf Man rendevouz obviously. But just a little too bad.

Sophia H (de) wrote: Nice, funny movie. Obviously made in the 40s, but good!