"Die Stewardessen" (and there are a handful English titles for this one without one being just the simple literal translation "The Stewardesses") is a Swiss 85-minute movie from 1971, so it has its 45th anniversary this year. The writer and director is the (in)famous Erwin C. Dietrich, who is known for his sex-themed comedies and drama films, the latter of which he sometimes made with the even more (in-)famous Jesús Franco. About this one here, you already read the subject in the title. But it is not really true. Yes we see stewardesses in all kinds of erotic adventures from start to finish, but I felt that the longer the film went the less it focused on stewardesses really and just became boring uninspired Euro trash porn. It is also more of a collection of short films than one film with one plot as each sequence focuses on one or two stewardesses getting laid, for example by their pilots or by possibly everybody else you can imagine. This film here is a perfect example of a European trash soft-core porn film from the 1970s and there are really many of these with Dietrich being one of the most "important" filmmakers of the genre. Story-wise, however, these films have almost nothing to offer and this one here is not the exception to the rule at all. The acting is also pretty bad for the most part. Watch something else instead.
Comedy / Fantasy
Comedy / Fantasy
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Four intercontinental airplane stewardesses based in New York fly to various sexual experiences all over Europe, including Zurich, Copenhagen, Rome and Munich. Each flight seems to have only one or two stewardesses.
October 8, 2021