Salon Kitty (Director's Cut)
Berlin, 1939: At the dawn of World War II, power-mad SS Officer Wallenberg (Helmut Berger of The Damned) is ordered to find and train Germany's most beautiful women to work in the opulent brothel of Madam Kitty (Ingrid Thulin of Cries And Whispers). Here these Nazi nymphs will submit to the bizarre passions and carnal degradations of the Reich's highest-ranking men and women while Wallenberg secretly records their acts for blackmail. But when an innocent young prostitute (Teresa Ann Savoy of Caligula) uncovers the conspiracy, her revenge will ignite a holocaust of pain, pleasure and shocking sexual perversion. The story is true. The depravity is real. The film is Salon Kitty.
John Steiner (Tenebre), Tina Aumont (Torso) and John Ireland (Red River) co-star in this infamous epic co-written and directed by Tinto Brass and featuring exquisite production design by Oscar winner Ken Adam (Barry Lyndon, Goldfinger). Released in America as the heavily censored Madam Kitty, this controversial shocker has been newly transferred and fully restored in opulent High Defintion from the director's own personal vault materials featuring extended scenes of unspeakable sexual atrocities.