German sex comedy.
This sexploitation film, directed by co-writer Michael Miller (as Renato Frustratus), had a similar title to Alex de Renzy’s milestone film: Censorship in Denmark: A New Approach (1970) (see above).
The low-budget German sex comedy (with some soft-core sex) followed bearded, bespectacled, sweaty-faced German optical salesman Siegfried Maier (Siegfried Zügel) to Copenhagen, where he was shepherded around the capital city by optical assistant Ullah (Miriam Liv) – to a sex porn shop, to the making of a cheap soft-core movie, and to a dance party at a swingers club.
In the conclusion, the two were entertained and aroused while viewing a slow-striptease by a dancer – and retreated to a bedroom to strip each other and have non-explicit sex.
Director: Michael Miller