Night Call Nurses is a 1972 American exploitation film directed by Jonathan Kaplan. It follows three young nurses who work the night shift at a hospital in Los Angeles. The film is known for its sexual content, which was considered risqué for its time.
The film follows the nurses as they navigate the night shift and deal with the various patients they encounter. One of the nurses, Sandy, is particularly promiscuous and is often seen flirting with the male patients. She also has a relationship with a doctor at the hospital, which leads to a number of steamy scenes.
The other two nurses, Linda and Mary, are more conservative and often clash with Sandy over her behavior. However, they both eventually succumb to the temptation of the night shift and engage in a number of sexual encounters.
The film also features a number of other sexual moments, including a scene in which a patient seduces Sandy in the hospital's supply room. There is also a scene in which Linda and Mary are seen skinny-dipping in a pool.
Overall, Night Call Nurses is a classic example of 1970s exploitation cinema. Its risqué content was considered scandalous for its time, and it remains a cult classic to this day.
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