Jürgen Roland’s St. Pauli-Report - Jürgen Roland’s St. Pauli-Report
|Original title||Jürgen Roland’s St. Pauli-Report|
|Country of production||Germany|
|Age rating||FSK 18|
|script||Werner Jörg Lüddecke|
Rapid-Film ( Wolf C. Hartwig ), |
Jürgen Roland's St. Pauli Report is a German erotic film from 1971 that was directed by Jürgen Roland . The film belongs to the genre of the report films (subgenre of the sexploitation film ), but is considered one of the better films in this genre, since the erotic is only marginally discussed. The film was produced by Rapid-Film in Munich, whose owner Wolf C. Hartwig was specializing in the production of report films at the time.
In several episodes, Jürgen Roland, who also provides commentary on the scenes shown and conducts interviews himself, describes the (mostly criminal) everyday life in Hamburg-St. Pauli . For example, a police murder, a robbery, fights, prostitution and a prison breakout are shown. "Reality is much worse", Jürgen Roland is said to have said about this film.
"Conclusion: Above all a party for Hamburg nostalgics" (Cinema.de)
“The attempt by crime film director Jürgen Roland to draw a portrait of everyday life in Hamburg's St. Pauli entertainment district. Despite all efforts to be realistic, the episodic documentary game, in which Roland himself appears as an interviewer and moderator, remains very subjective ”. (Film service)