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Kam, pánové, kam jdete? (Karel Kachyna, Czechoslovakia, 1988)
Kamienne tablice (Ewa Petelska, Poland, 1984)
Karate po polsku (Wojciech Wójcik, Poland, 1983)
Kardiogram (Roman Zaluski, Poland, 1971)
Karina, Objeto do Prazer (Jean Garret, Brazil, 1982)
Kasibulan (Cesar S.B. Abella, Philippines, 2001)
Kaszebe (Ryszard Ber, Poland, 1971)
Kilenc hónap (Márta Mészáros, Hungary, 1976)

Nine Months is a perverse love story set amongst the belching chimney's of a Hungarian industrial town. A factory foreman courts fresh-faced new recruit Lili Monori.

On his part love is clearly motivated by a search for security and escape from loneliness. As Lili makes a more realistic assessment of her likely prospects, like many a young woman she begins to see things the same way. The romance is amazingly intimate and touching in the circumstances.

The story then is exactly what you'd expect from 'seventies central European cinema, and therefore you might be forgiven for wanting to avoid it. The execution makes it something special though. Lili Monori was the undisputed queen of moody little trollops, and this is one of her most sympathetic performances. And connoisseurs of industrial grime will find much to admire in the evocation of time and place. link

Kim jest ten czlowiek? (Ewa Petelska, Poland, 1985)
Kirot (Arsenio Bautista, Philippines, 1983)
Klakier (Janusz Kondratiuk, Poland, 1983)
Kluci z bronzu (Stanislav Strnad, Czechoslovakia, 1981)
Kollision (Manfred Mosblech, East Germany, 1977)
Komediya o Lisistrate (Valeri Rubinchik, Soviet Union, 1989)
Komm nach Wien, ich zeig dir was! (Rolf Thiele, West Germany, 1970)

Come to Vienna, I'll Show You Something! is an endearingly mild episodic sex comedy from West Germany and Austria. The premise is tenuous and even deplorable: throughout the ages a young woman deserving of the name "Mizzi" has epitomised the feminine ideal in Vienna. Actually that's a name for a French poodle and nothing else, so on no account be like these plonkers and call a girl that expecting to endear yourself to her.

It's a colourful piece with the costume basket put to excellent use. Basically it's all a game where each girl in turn dresses up in a fancy outfit and competes to find the flimsiest excuse to take it right off again. Nudity is of the mildest kind, which can be a plus point. When it seems there's a rule against showing pubic hair it's all the more enticing when a few wisps slip free.

To loosen the premise still further, the Mizzi character is not always played by the same girl. Best is Andrea Rau with a couple of roles in the Roman era, and a lesser one a la turca later on. Unfortunately the film takes something of a downward trend, and the playful spirit is always going to be soured when that Herr Hitler turns up later on. link

Komm nur, mein liebstes Vögelein (Rolf Thiele, West Germany, 1968)

Come Along, My Darling Bird is a typical comic erotic pageant from director Rolf Thiele in which are depicted diverting scenes of nudity characteristic of different eras in German history.

This type of thing can seem insipid to modern audiences. Lots of simpering young lovelies displaying their scrubbed-pink bodies in erotic dalliances which downplay (if not entirely airbrush) the existence of pubic hair. Tanja Gruber as a courtly mediaeval lady who enjoys her baths in rose petals, and Barbara Capell as the young pet of a lady of Versailles are the best examples.

The group scenes are more interesting. We briefly see some naked witches being tortured, and take a look inside a public bathhouse from mediaeval times. According to the latest German scholarship men and women bathed naked in wooden tubs as indifferent to sex as if they were sitting at tables in any other public space. They had time for a meal, a good old natter, and even a singsong apparently.

But as the timeline moves on to the mid 20th Century there looms over Germany a darkening shadow of approaching disaster. Yes, hippies are about to arrive on the scene. Meanwhile we can enjoy a platoon of handsome young women marching naked in front of the Nazi medical inspection board, all in sepia-tinted footage.

So overall, quite nicely staged, and not bad if you like this sort of thing.

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Krotká (Stanislav Barabas, Czechoslovakia, 1969)
Krutá lúbost (Martin Tapák, Czechoslovakia, 1978)
Kulang sa dilig (Arsenio Bautista, Philippines, 1986)
Kvar (Milos 'Misa' Radivojevic, Yugoslavia, 1978)
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