Housewives Report

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Original title Housewives Report
Country of production Germany
original language German
Publishing year 1971
length 77 minutes
Age rating FSK 18
Director Eberhard Schröder
script Werner P. Zibaso
production TV 13 ( Horst Hächler )
music Chappell Publishing House
camera Klaus Werner
cut Ingeborg Taschner

Hausfrauen-Report is the name of a sex film from 1971 and a subsequent series of a total of six German films that appeared from 1971 to 1978. It is a variant of the more successful film series School Girl Report (see report film ). Like these, the films thematize (in the style of alleged reportages) sexual content with nuances of social / political criticism and only present it in a vague manner.

Eberhard Schröder directed the first film in the series (1971) ; the actors included Angelika Baumgart , Ulrike Butz and Elisabeth Volkmann . It premiered on June 18, 1971. The film reached around 3.5 million viewers in Germany.


The divorce rate has risen dramatically recently. Two reporters want to know the reasons and question numerous passers-by. It turns out that many supposedly honest housewives are fed up with the boring married life and are looking for erotic adventures. They get their money's worth with truck drivers on the motorway, the team of a water polo club, muscle men from the fitness center or simply with the postman.


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