Director: Rino Di Silvestro
Starring: John Steiner, Lina Polito, Stefania D'Amario, Ema Schurer, Sara Sperati
More info: IMDb
Tagline: Each Day Is A Living Hell For These Helpless Captives!
Plot: Young women in Nazi-occupied countries are packed onto a train and shipped off to a prison camp, where the sadistic commandant uses them as rewards for his lesbian guards and perverted and deviate troops.
My rating: 5.5/10
Will I watch it again? Nope.
We open on a boxcar loaded with dames, prisoner dames, and things get interesting pretty quick!
I didn't realize these things went on during WWII. I'm learning all kinds of stuff. Maybe there's something to what those kkkooks say about teachers not doing their jobs. Anyway, it's pretty much your average German train ride until we get to the camp and then it's your average march from the train to the holding cell, the stern morning after introduction to the camp uber-bitch, Frau Inga, and the shower scene!
Shave and a haircut...
Meet the commandant, Herr Erner!
He's your typical fucked up, fetish laden, creepy fuckin', high falootin' Nazi SS officer that serves as the bad guy of the picture. He recognizes the name of one of the prisoners, Tonia. We find out later in the picture that he came across her mother on a lonely road one sunny day, raped her and had a fucked up relationship that he's sadistically cherished or something. It's only natural that he wants to keep that going with her hot daughter, right? RIGHT?
Prisoner Carol falls in love one of the guards. Frederick's a good German who hates everything the Nazis stand for. During an evening of love making, he tells her of the experiments she and the others will be subjected to and gives her a cyanide pill for when that moment comes.
What they don't know is they're being watched by Nazi Cunny and she rats them out to Erner.
The next morning Erner has the girls in the courtyard to witness the humiliation of our lovebirds perform for them.
Carol wants to comply because she thinks their lives will be spared. Frederick tells her not to give in because this is purely for the sadistic pleasure of Erner and he'll kill them regardless. The prisoners know their fate, too, so they egg them on to make love and essentially go out with a bang.
Carol tells Frederick that she's got that cyanide pill in her mouth. They embrace and kiss for the last time.
Erner doesn't notice at first but when does he goes from giddy to furious in seconds.
That scene lasts about three minutes and it's absolutely beautiful. It actually had emotional weight and, in large part, due to the music. WTF? I never expected anything like this out of a Nazisploitation flick. What a lovely surprise.
Erner's paying Tonya a visit for the first time since he ordered her in solitary confinement. She tried to escape early in the picture and was scheduled to be deported to a "field whore" position when Erner saw her name on the list. He wanted her close by, see, and she had to be punished. She doesn't want anything to do with him. Gee, I wonder why...
A couple of the girls try an escape but they need someone to distract the female guard. How do you accomplish that? A lesbian sex scene!
But it's all for naught since the escapees are injured during the attempt and make it back to the barracks unnoticed. Meanwhile, back at the ranch, Erner has a special dinner with forced lesbian entertainment prepared for Tonia. Ever the defiant one, she refuses to watch or anknowledge him.
Erner calls for his mute brown-shirted Nazi assistant, Dobberman whom he abuses, and orders him to take Tonia to her cell. Once there she tells Dobberman to fuck her. She knows Erner is watching and this will infuriate him.
But something goes amiss. Erner sees them, alright, but he thinks Dobbermann is raping her. He separates them and comforts her, telling her Dobberman's a tortured soul or something. For some damn reason she changes her tune and goes to love on Dobberman as Erner voyeuristically looks on. GO DOBBERMAN!
Wait. I was premature in my cheerleading for Dobberman. Later, he's giving Erner a massage that leads to Erner schtooping Dobberman? THE FUCK? Erner has some real power trip issues.
Apparantly Frau Inga knew of the attempted escape all along (via prison snitch) and tortures one of the girls to death to get the name of the other girl. It's a brutal scene that made even me cringe.
Back at the wash basin, the girls kill the snitch.
Tonia apparently has refused to eat and is dying. Erner orders the camp doctor to bring her back to perfect health...or else. The doc is a good guy and really cares about Tonia's health. Once she's better he tells her about the secret passageway in the castle that only he knows about.
She tells the others about the tunnel during another obligatory shower scene.
Tania starts working on putting a razor blade she took from her hospital room and puts pieces of it in a cork. Hmmmm. It took me about 2 seconds to figure out what this was for.
Yup. She's going to fuck up Erner's cock when she gives herself to him as a distraction for the girls to escape! All this is under some lovely piano scoring.
That night she's taken to Erner's room. The girls start killing the female guards and make their way to the tunnel, the doctor commits suicide by injection, and Tania prepares to salad shoot Erner's third reich.
The blooming flower opens...
Erner screams for Dobberman to come in and kill her but he kills Erner instead but not before Erner fires one off killing Dobberman.
The coast is clear and Tania picks up the machine gun for some naked chicks with guns action!
But wait! After mowing down a few no-good Nazis she's shot and killed. END OF MOVIE!
DEPORTED is a women in prison prison flick with a Nazi backdrop. Even though it's a pretty by-the-numbers, and despite its standard exploitation trappings, it's not that bad. And when you consider the tenderness of that one scene and the KILLER FUCKING AWESOMENESS of the cock mutilation, it's better than most Nazisploitation movies (so far). Too bad this isn't available in a better print. As far as I know it's only officially available in a poor quality pan & scan BCI release with another WIP (women in prison) flick called ESCAPE FROM WOMEN'S PRISON (1978). As you can see I found a reasonable VHS copy with burned-in Dutch subs. Sometimes you take what you can get and being how it's Nazisploitation, I doubt we'll be seeing a special edition of this anytime soon.