Barbed Wire Dolls

Barbed Wire Dolls (1976)

Barbed Wire Dolls
5.1/10 by 8 users

After killing her father who had attempted to rape her, Maria da Guerra is sentenced to prison for life. The wardress is a sadistic lesbian without mercy or humanity. Upon her arrival Maria is taken to a special section for mentally disturbed prisoners where torture and rape are part of the day-to-day reality. One day the Regional Governor arrives, claiming to have received a letter from one of the prisoners describing incredible events in the prison. The writer of the letter was clearly unaware that the Governor is also part of the conspiracy. Carlos Costa, a male nurse pretending to be the prison doctor Moore, falls in love with Maria. After seducing him, Maria kills him with a pair of scissors and escapes with her friends Bertha and the disturbed Rosario, hoping to find safety in the Governor's house, unaware that he will not help them...

Original Title:Frauengefängnis
Release Date:April 22, 1976
Genres:Crime, Drama, Horror
Production Company:Elite Film
Production Countries:Switzerland
Director:Jesús Franco
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Plot Keywords:female nudity, terror, prison, rape, sex, bondage, island, sadism, electric shock, women's prison, prison warden, dominatrix, escape from prison, death of father, lesbian, female protagonist, sexual violence, wrongful imprisonment, torture, domination, violence, lesbianism, masturbation, humiliation, warden, lesbian sex, death, softcore, female masturbation, women in prison, island prison, erotic 70s, pretend slow motion, w.i.p
  • A Real Sicko's Sickfest...
    April 8, 2006
    This is one for the real deranged sex maniacs out there. There's virtually no plot just one flimsy excuse or another to show helpless women being sexually tortured and degraded. There are plenty of laughs to be had if that sort of thing rocks your boat, though. One outrageous scene has Jess Franco playing in-mate Lina Romay's father who attempts to rape her in slow motion...only trouble is they actually act (very badly) in slow motion live rather than slow down the actual film!!! incredible! Franco's worst? Hardly, It's actually one of his filthy sadistic best as there is no time to get bored for a change (a rarity with his movies!). Fans of that ol' Spanish zoom lens we've come to know and love will not be disappointed. Wild and crazed as only Franco could do..he out viles the ILSA series with ease here.Perfectly putrid!(and I loved every moment!)