The Gestapo's Last Orgy

1977

Horror / War

47
IMDb Rating 4.4 10 1

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96 min
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Italian 2.0
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23.976 fps
96 min
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Reviewed by claudio_carvalho 4 / 10 / 10

When `Ilsa, She Wolf of the SS' Meets `The Night Porter' and `Salo, or The 120 Days of Sodom'

The beautiful blonde (Daniela Poggi) is sent to a concentration camp for female Jews to be sexually used by the German soldiers. She is not afraid of dying, since she believes she provoked the death of her family in a ghetto. Commandant Conrad von Starker (Marc Loud) feels challenged by her behavior and decides to torture her, making she faces the horror of death. Later, she becomes her sexual slave of along the period of war. In the post-war, they meet each other, with this meeting ending in a tragic way. This type of 'exploitation movie' recalls `Ilsa, She Wolf of the SS', with a shallow drama which recalls `The Night Porter' and violence like `Salo, or The 120 Days of Sodom'. At least, Daniela Poggi, who works naked along all the movie, has a beautiful body and the violence is limited, therefore it is watchable. I do not like this genre, but there are movies worse than `L' Ultima orgia del III Reich'. My vote is four. Title (Brazil): `As Condenadas' (`The Condemned')

Reviewed by Woodyanders 7 / 10 / 10

Superior Nazisploitation entry

Sadistic and merciless concentration camp Commandant Conrad von Starker (splendidly played with venomous aplomb by Adriano Micantoni) runs his camp as a brothel for Nazi soldiers seeking rest and pleasure from combat. Starker becomes determined to break the fierce iron will of beautiful blonde Jewish prisoner Lise Cohen (an excellent performance by the lovely Daniela Poggi). Many years later Starker and Lise get back together at the crumbling remains of the camp for a decidedly less than happy reunion. Director Cesare Canevari, who also co-wrote the twisted and depraved script with Antonio Lucarella, ably creates an appropriately grim and depressing all-hope-is-lost atmosphere while relating the sordidly engrossing story at a steady pace and further jazzing things up with occasional snazzy freeze frames and stylized use of strenuous slow motion. Moreover, Canevari presents several inspired moments of shockingly harsh and unflinching brutality: the guests at a lavish banquet gleefully eat an unborn fetus, these same sickos drench a passed out lady with booze, set her body on fire, and devour her charred remains (!), another luckless lass gets fed to a pack of ferocious dogs, and a poor gal is dunked into a deadly pit of caustic lime soda. The fact that these mean-spirited set pieces are done in a completely serious manner makes them that much more disturbing and upsetting. Of course, there's also a handy helping of steamy soft-core sex and a plethora of tasty female nudity (some guys show us their stuff as well). Why, we even get a potent and provocative central message about the ruthless and desperate things people will do to stay alive and survive in a bleak situation. Micantoni and Poggi do sterling work in the lead roles while Maristella Greco contributes a memorably chilling portrayal of Starker's vicious assistant Alma. Claudio Catozzo's glossy cinematography gives the picture an impressively slick look. Alberto Baldan Bembo's moody'n'melodic score likewise does the trick. The hauntingly downbeat tragic ending packs a wicked punch. Highly recommended for fans of this controversial and much-maligned exploitation sub-genre.

Reviewed by BA_Harrison 7 / 10 / 10

More nauseating Nazi nastiness.

Unlike the extremely camp exercise in bad taste that is 'Ilsa, She Wolf of the SS' , Gestapo's Last Orgy is a more unflinching look at the atrocities committed in a Nazi concentration camp, shot in a quasi-serious style. With its harrowing scenes of sexual abuse and violent death and torture, it is easy to understand why this movie might be considered more shocking than other similarly themed flicks from the same era; but is delivering a rawer and nastier (but still very exploitative) movie any more distasteful or disrespectful than making light of the subject matter? In my opinion, all Nazisploitation movies are treading on dodgy ground and if you're going to use such a touchy subject to make a film that is designed to titillate and disgust, then you might as well go the whole hog. Director Cesare Canevari certainly thinks so; with Gestapo's Last Orgy, he delivers an often sickening piece of no holds barred cinema that should satisfy most fans of extreme movie-making. Daniela Poggi plays Lise Cohen, a beautiful young Jewish woman being held in a Nazi 'love camp'. Believing that she is responsible for the death of her family, she has lost the will to live and offers no resistance when tortured by evil Commandant Conrad von Starker (Adriano Micantoni). Frustrated by the lack of emotion shown by the woman, Conrad makes Lise his special project and tells her that she will learn to love life once she has experienced real fear. When a friendly doctor discovers that Lise was not actually to blame for the death of her loved ones, he tells her, thus restoring her will to live and, in turn, her fear of death. In order to survive, she must now pretend that von Starker has succeeded in breaking her, and become his lover... With scenes of mass extermination, violent rape, and general lack of respect for human life, Canevari's sick flick is certainly disturbing; although not packed with the the wall-to-wall gore that one might expect, the sheer nastiness of some moments make this one hard to stomach at times. When the head honchos at the camp tuck into a meal made from 'unborn Jew', or douse a woman in Cognac and set her on fire, it's not necessarily the visuals that will make you gag, but the idea being portrayed. Occasionally the pace of the movie lulls and sometimes Canevari sees fit to get rather pretentious with his direction, but, on the whole, the film is a decent enough watch for those seeking some sleaze. And although I imagine the makers never intended to provide any laughs, I defy anyone to not giggle at the moment when Lise is suspended above flesh-eating rats (actually rather disinterested gerbils) or the 'sex' scene between Lise and the doctor, which consists of several minutes of them rolling around together naked, but never actually seeming to bother with any serious boning! 6.5 out of 10 (rounded up to 7 for IMDb).

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