Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Originally released in 1977 as Passion Flower Hotel, the German Boarding School offers viewers Nastassja Kinski in one of her earliest starring roles. She plays a student in a 1950s Swiss boarding school. Along with the rest of her classmates, the girl has a burning desire to touch base with the handsome scholars at a neighboring boys' school. In order to attract the guys' attention, she devises a series of hoaxes and subterfuges to convince them that she and her friends are high-priced hookers! Interestingly enough, Kinski plays an American girl; evidently no European would ever come up with so base a scheme.
girl, boarding-school, business, coming-of-age, prostitute/prostitution, school, seduction, sex, sexual-awakening, teenagers