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October 1970 (Austria) See more »
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Mockumentary about German schoolgirls openly talking about their scandalous sexual experiences. Some of these are illustrated through inserted vignettes. Also, a street reporter asks actual common folk about their views on sex. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order) (complete, awaiting verification)
Günther Kieslich ... Dr. Bernauer (as Günter Kieslich)
Wolf Harnisch ... Schulleiter
Helga Kruck ... Frau Dr. Vogt

Friedrich von Thun ... Reporter
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Peter Dornseif ... Herr Holm (uncredited)
Lisa Fitz ... Susanne 'Susi' U. (uncredited)
Marion Haberl ... Margit S. (uncredited)
Christina Hoeltel ... Karin L. (voice) (uncredited)
Claudia Höll ... Lilo S. (uncredited)
Sandra Kruger ... (uncredited)
Ruth Küllenberg ... Frau Holm (uncredited)
Alexander Miller ... Axel (uncredited)
Gernot Möhner ... Theo (uncredited)
Gunther Möhner ... Horsti (uncredited)
Gitti Netzle ... (uncredited)
Karel Otto ... Vergewaltiger (uncredited)
Wolf Petersen ... Ingenieur Hoffmann (uncredited)

Mascha Rabben ... Claudia F. (uncredited)
Roswitha Randl ... Michelle K. (uncredited)
Waltraud Schaeffler ... Herma G. (uncredited)
Manfred Schott ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
Michael Schreiner ... Hermas Verabredung (uncredited)
Gundi Schwöbel ... (uncredited)
Karin Simsel ... (uncredited)
Jutta Speidel ... Heike W. (uncredited)
Franziska Stömmer ... Claudias Mutter (uncredited)
Tonio von der Meden ... Kaplan Reitmeyer (uncredited)
Hertha von Walther ... Woman (uncredited)
Susanne Woelfel ... (uncredited)
Ursula Wolff ... Susanne 'Susi' U. (voice) (uncredited)

Directed by
Ernst Hofbauer 
Writing credits
Günther Hunold  book of the same name and
Kurt Seelmann  epilogue in the book

Günther Heller 

Produced by
Wolf C. Hartwig .... executive producer
Original Music by
Gert Wilden 
Cinematography by
Klaus Werner 
Film Editing by
Walter Boos 
Production Design by
Eberhard Schröder  (as Eberhard Schroeder)
Makeup Department
Lore Blasweiler .... makeup artist
Production Management
Ludwig Spitaler .... unit production manager
Fred Zenker .... unit manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Walter Boos .... assistant director
Sound Department
Willi Schwadorf .... sound (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Klaus Beckhausen .... assistant camera
Rosemarie Milles .... still photographer
Editorial Department
Evelyne Wohlfeiler .... assistant editor

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Confessions of a Sixth Form Girl" - UK
"Schoolgirl Report Part 1: What Parents Don't Think Is Possible" - USA (alternative title)
"The School Girls" - USA
"Las colegialas se confiesan" - Argentina (imdb display title), Spain (imdb display title)
"Cuando las colegialas se confiesan" - Peru (imdb display title)
"Erotikes kryfes synantiseis" - Greece (transliterated ISO-LATIN-1 title)
"Rapporto sul comportamento sessuale delle studentesse" - Italy (imdb display title)
"Rapports intimes au collège de jeunes filles" - France (imdb display title)
"Reportage gyro apo tis mathitries" - Greece (reissue title)
"Si Papa savait ça!" - Belgium (French title) (imdb display title)
"Ung fri kärlek" - Sweden
"Ung sex" - Denmark (imdb display title)
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West Germany:90 min | Argentina:90 min | Germany:78 min (DVD version)
Color (Eastmancolor)
Aspect Ratio:
1.66 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
Argentina:X (original rating) | Argentina:18 (re-rating) (1984) | Australia:R18+ | Canada:R (Manitoba/Ontario) | Canada:18A (Nova Scotia) | Finland:(Banned) (1971) | Germany:18 (uncut) | Norway:(Banned) (for theatrical release 1971-2003) | Sweden:15 | UK:X (cut) | West Germany:16 (cut) | West Germany:18 (nf)

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According to producer Wolf C. Hartwig half of the interviews were faked, the other half were real.See more »
Movie Connections:
Featured in Von Sex bis Simmel (2005) (TV)See more »


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16 out of 22 people found the following review useful.
Sleazy film that seems strangely innocent today, 22 August 2007
Author: lazarillo from Denver, Colorado and Santiago, Chile

After a prologue in which one "schulmadchen" (basically a German high school girl)is caught having sex, concerned parents, teachers, and other students get together for a meeting, and this movie turns into a (mostly fake) documentary with a lot of talking heads and sexual scenes, ranging from innocuous nudity to softcore groping, being acted out as "illustration". Obviously, this movie uses the old exploitation trick of pretending to morally condemn or express liberal social concern over the same lurid subject that the movie itself is cheerfully exploiting. I'm sure when this movie was showing in a German theaters, there were a lot more dirty old men in raincoats than "concerned parents" in the audience(and any concerned parents that WERE there probably would have been well-advised to wear raincoats as well). I'm also sure that the makers of this, if interviewed today, would freely admit that the moralizing was just a lot of phony-baloney to ameliorate the (obviously very stupid) censors.

This movie seems pretty sordid on paper, but I actually found it strangely innocent compared to today. We STILL have this faux moralistic/secretly lecherous mentality today. Much of our current entertainment media, for instance, seems focused on following around under-age or just very immature young girls, morally clucking at their misdeeds while salivating over every sordid detail. And the more "legitimate" the medium and the more serious and shrill the moralizing, the more disgusting the hypocrisy. Moreover, Britney Spears, Lindsay Lohan, Paris Hilton, etc. are (presumably) real people. The actresses in this movie are obviously not real "schulmadchen" (unless there was something strange in the German water back then, I'd guess most of these actresses had long since put their own school uniforms on mothballs). They not only don't look underage, but they don't act like real women of any age--they're fantasy figures like a twenty-five-year-old stripper with fake breasts dressed in a Catholic school uniform.

Don't get me wrong, I'm not saying its necessarily healthy for the media to exploit even "fantasy teens" like with this film (or the "Porkies"-style teen sex comedies of my own adolescence), but given how much we let REAL teenagers be exploited today. . . well, I just wouldn't worry about it too much.

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