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Schoolgirl Report 10: Every Girl Starts Sometimes… 
Written by: on September 8th, 2013


Theatrical Release Date:
West Germany, 1976
Director: Walter Boos
Writer: Günther Heller
Cast: Eva Berthold, Alexandra Bogojevic, Astrid Boner, Reiner Bronneke

DVD released: August 13th, 2013
Approximate running time: 81 minutes
Aspect Ratio: 1.66:1 Anamorphic Widescreen
Rating: NR
Sound: Dolby Digital Mono German
Subtitles: English
DVD Release: Impulse Pictures
Region Coding: Region 0 NTSC
Retail Price: $24.95


This time around the vignettes revolve around a classroom where a teacher and her students are discussing the differences between legislation and morality.

The first story involves a teacher who kind gesture of tutoring his student leads to charges that if found true could cost him his job. The second story revolves around a young woman who can’t keep her hands off her own body in private. Unfortunately when with a partner she has sexual intimacy issues. The third story centers around a young man who accepts his girlfriends dare to seduce her stepmother. The Fourth story a young couple who are unable to get any private time due to the girlfriends nosey family. To solve their problem the couple reads a book about exorcism and from there they convince the girlfriend’s parents that their daughter is possessed. The fifth and final story revolves around a young woman who has an affair with a married man.

Those familiar will be happy to hear that this latest installment provides all of the things that we have come to expect from this series. And though the overall quality of the stories contained herein are not the strongest this series has to offer. They are also nowhere near the weakest entries of this series. Quality wise they lay somewhere in the middle.

The two stories in this installment that leave the strongest lasting impression also happen to be the last two stories. The exorcism bit in the fourth story and its subversive use of humor remind us of what is so great about this series when they get things right. The fifth story though not a humorous as the aforementioned fourth story. Its exploration of ‘scorned women’ makes it one of the more durable stories in the series.

The DVD:

Impulse Pictures presents Schoolgirl Report 10: Every Girl Starts Sometimes… in an anamorphic widescreen that preserves the film’s original aspect ratio. Colors and flesh tones look accurate. Details look crisp and there are no issues with compression.

This release comes with one audio option a Dolby Digital mono mix in German and removable English subtitles have been included. Dialog comes through clearly ad everything sounds balanced.

This is a a bare bones release that only comes with a static menu and no extra content. Overall Impulse Pictures gives Schoolgirl Report 10: Every Girl Starts Sometimes.. gets an audio / video that is on par with Impulse Pictures other Schoolgirl Report DVD releases.

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