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  You Like Some Kitty Bang-Bang, Ja?
  Some Class Brass Ass from Argent Films
  Argent Films are set to release what is often considered the most shocking and controversial of all Tinto Brass’ films, Salon Kitty. Starring Helmut Berger and Ingrid Thulin, Salon Kitty presents a serious, unflinching depiction of moral decay within the Nazi party during World War 2, this new uncensored Director’s Cut will feature 21 minutes of previously unseen content, letting us finally see the movie as it was intended, through Brass’ eyes.

Based on actual events, Salon Kitty tells the story of an elite brothel set up in Berlin, 1939, to cater for the most extreme perversions imaginable for high ranking Nazi officials. But the brothel is also bugged, monitoring the clients loyalty to the Nazi Party and its cause, and SS Officer Wallenburg is using the info the blackmail his way to the top. But when one of the prostitutes discovers the truth about the party after her lover is murdered, she plots to turn the tables on Wallenburg and exact her revenge.

Argent Films’ new restored, uncensored Director’s Cut of Salon Kitty features an exclusive 24 minute interview with Brass himself, and will be goose-stepping into stores on April 25th.
  Wayne Southworth [10 Mar 2005 at 14:27]
     

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