Violence in a Women's Prison
|Violence in a Women's Prison|
|Directed by||Bruno Mattei (as Vincent Dawn)|
|Screenplay by||Olivier Lefait|
|Story by||Ambrogio Molteni (as Palmambrogio Molteni)|
|Music by||Luigi Ceccarelli|
|Edited by||Bruno Mattei|
Violence in a Women's Prison (Italian: Violenza da un Carcere Femminile) is a 1982 Italian-French women in prison film directed by Bruno Mattei. It was also released as Caged Women, Emanuelle in Hell or Emanuelle Escapes from Hell.
The film is about Emanuelle (Laura Gemser) who is sent to Santa Catarina Women's Penitentiary for drugs and prostitution where she meets the warden (Lorraine De Selle) and the other inmates. Emanuelle actual reason for visiting involves is as an undercover reporter for Amnesty International.
- Laura Gemser ... Emanuelle / Laura Kendall
- Gabriele Tinti ... Doctor Moran
- Maria Romano ... Kitty
- Ursula Flores ... Consuelo
- Antonella Giacomini ... Malone
- Franco Caracciolo ... Leander
- Françoise Perrot ... Hertha
- Lorraine De Selle ... Head Warden
- Jacques Stany ... Chief Inspector
- Leila Durante ... Pilar (as Leila Ducci)
- Franca Stoppi ... Rescaut
Allmovie gave the film a rating of one star out of five, noting that "Mattei doesn't skimp on the nastiness, presenting a three-way catfight on a floor full of feces, Gemser nibbled by rats in solitary confinement, a homosexual who is sodomized to death after his straight cellmates are aroused by a striptease, and various rapes, tortures, and vomit scenes."
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