Ekstase - Der Prozeß gegen die Satansmädchen (1979)

Mondo Cane and the Schoolgirl Report series stand as obvious influences on this occasionally amusing but generally rather tedious exploitation film that alternates between documentary, fake documentary and docudrama. The theme is Satanism and the linking thread is a recreation of what is supposedly the real-life case of a murder and attempted murder of two Munich teenage men by a quartet of girls who had been dabbling in devil worship. During the ensuing trial, the lawyer resorts to dilatory tactics while the hearing is frequently interrupted by the girls breaking into incantation, temper tantrums or shivery fits ostensibly bearing on demonic possession. When the subject of the Manson killings is brought up, the most obnoxious of the defendants breaks in indignantly, claiming that Sharon Tate’s “execution” was justified as she posed dangers to the Satanic community. (cinemadrome.yuku.com)

Directing:
  • Rolf Olsen
Writing:
  • Rolf Olsen
  • Release Date: 1979-04-13
  • Views: 21
  • Country: DE
  • Language: Deutsch
  • Runtime: 93

Anton LaVey

Himself (archive footage)

Anne Magle

(as Ann Forward)

Sylvia Engelmann

Dagmar Richard (as Sylvia Angel)

Britt Corvin

(archive footage)
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