Written by: Cliff Wood on September 12th, 2009
Theatrical Release Date: West Germany, 1973
Directors: Walter Boos, Ernst Hofbauer
Writer: Günther Heller
Cast: Puppa Armbruster, Ekkehardt Belle, Erika Blumberger, Marina Blümel, Helmut Brasch, Ulrike Butz, Marisa Feldy, Judith Fritsch, Philippe Gasté, Monika Hagen, Willy Harlander, Sonja Jeannine, Günther Kieslich, Peter Kranz, Cleo Kretschmer, Andrea L’Arronge, Rosl Mayr, Gunther Möhner, Frank Nossack, Maria Raber, Wolfgang Scherer, Norbert Schreier, Manfred Spies, Ingrid Steeger, Rinaldo Talamonti, Gudrun Vaupel, Christine von Stratowa, Elisabeth Welz, Ludwig Wühr
DVD released: February 24th, 2009
Approximate running time: 85 minutes
Aspect Ratio: 1.66:1 Anamorphic Widescreen
Sound: Dolby Digital Mono German
DVD Release: Impulse Pictures
Region Coding: Region 0 NTSC
Retail Price: $24.95
The fifth installment of the Schoolgirl Report is made of up seven stories. The first story is about a girl who seduces her teacher while on a field trip. This young woman fakes an injury and with two of her friends they lure the teacher to an abandon barn. At first he attempts to keep the girl’s sexual advances in check, only to quickly succumb to her persuasive charms. As if one girl was not enough, the girl’s two friends join in on the debauchery. The second story is about a grandfather who is accused of having improper relations with her granddaughter. The third story center’s around young couple who have yet to have their first sexual encounters. Every time they attempt to have sex something goes wrong. Unable to find pleasure with each other the two young lovers find sexual guidance from older lovers. The fourth story is about a priest who teaches at an all girl school who becomes the object of desire of one his students. The fifth story revolves around two girls who hook up with two plumbers working at their school. The sixth story is about a young woman who gives up her virginity to an older man who leaves her after this sexual encounter. She then proceeds to have a series of random sexual encounters as she tries to find what she experienced with the man who took her virginity. While on one her sexual escapades she is spotted by some boys who go to school with her. These boys then invite her to a private party where a group of them gang rape her. The seventh story is about a girl who bullied and pressured by her classmates into having her first sexual encounter.
Just like the previous installments of the Schoolgirl Report series Schoolgirl Report Volume 5: What All Parents Should Know, has a few segments that take on controversial subject matter like rape and incest. The first and sixth stories are the strongest with the fifth and seven stories being the weakest links. Of course while the stories may not be the strongest to date, at least there is plenty of T & A on display. Each of the first four installments all showed improvement over their processors that is until Schoolgirl Report Volume 5: What All Parents Should Know which feels more like rehash of what had already been explored in the first four Schoolgirl Report films.
Impulse pictures presents Schoolgirl Report Volume 5: What All Parents Should Know in an anamorphic widescreen that preserves the film’s original aspect ratio. This transfer has been flagged for progressive playback. Colors and flesh tones fare well. There are some mild instances of print damage (nicks, specs of dirt, scratches) that while noticeable it never becomes distracting.
The only audio include is the film’s original German language track and English subtitles that are error free and easy to follow have been included. Outside of some instances of mild background noise everything sounds clear and balanced.
Outside of static menu, this release comes with no extra content. Overall Schoolgirl Report Volume 5: What All Parents Should Know gets an audio / video that is on par with Impulse Pictures other Schoolgirl Report DVD releases.