Greta - Haus ohne Männer
a.k.a.
Ilsa, the Wicked Warden
Greta, the Mad Butcher

  

European 1970s/1980s

(West Germany/
Switzerland, 1977)

Average rating
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Kissing:0.0 
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Review this movieActresses known to appear
in lesbian scenes:

Tania Busselier, Lina Romay &
Dyanne Thorne
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Plot: (from amazon.com)

Prolific Spanish sexploitation legend Jess Franco's entry into the Ilsa sweepstakes is actually a knock-off called Greta, the Mad Butcher. A red-tressed Dyanne Thorne is the (what else?) sadistic warden of a Latin American political prison posing as an institution for sexually disturbed women, but despite the name change she's still the arch, statuesque Joan Crawfordesque dominatrix with big hair, a bigger bust, and a Nazi growl. Franco muse Lina Romay is Greta's smoldering, often naked sex slave, a willing masochist who falls in love with a new prisoner (who just happens to be an undercover agent searching for her missing sister).


Lesbian content:

Not much lesbian content to talk about, and what's there is absolutely non-erotic and disgusting. Avoid this movie at all costs.