Women in Cages (1971)
Women in Cages (1971) is a cult classic exploitation film directed by Gerry O'Hara. The movie follows the story of five women who are sent to a women's prison in the Philippines. The film is known for its explicit sexual content and its depiction of female prisoners in a brutal and oppressive environment.
The movie features a number of sexual moments, including a scene where a female prisoner is forced to strip and is then sexually assaulted by a guard. This scene is particularly shocking as it shows the power dynamics between the prisoners and the guards, and how the prisoners are powerless to resist.
The movie also features a number of scenes of female prisoners engaging in sexual activities with each other. These scenes are often used to show the desperation of the prisoners and how they are willing to do anything to survive.
The movie also features a number of scenes of female prisoners being sexually exploited by the guards. These scenes are often used to show the power dynamics between the prisoners and the guards, and how the prisoners are powerless to resist.
Overall, Women in Cages (1971) is a powerful and shocking movie that features a number of explicit sexual moments. The movie is a powerful reminder of the oppression and exploitation of women in prison, and how they are often powerless to resist.
All scenes were (most likely) simulated and are neither intense nor seem very realistic.
Lots of topless female nudity as well as some brief shots of bottomless. The prison uniforms are very low-cut dresses that, in some scenes, the women's bare butts can be seen.
A pornographic film briefly shows a man performing cunnilingus on a woman.
A man begins to perform cunnilingus on a woman as the film ends.