Dating in jail woman
The genre also features many films in which imprisoned women engage in lesbian sex.
Wi P films are works of fiction intended as pornography.
Among them are Love Camp 7 (rejected in 2002) and Women in Cellblock 9 (rejected in 2004), on the grounds that they contain substantial scenes of sexual violence and in the case of the latter an actress who at 16 was under age at the time of production rendering it child pornography under U. Mainstream, non-exploitation prison films dealing with this theme include Bangkok Hilton (1989) starring Nicole Kidman and Brokedown Palace (1999) with Claire Danes, both which are set in Thailand and are focused on women who are imprisoned for smuggling drugs.
Also Prison Heat (1993 film), set in Turkey, is about four innocent American women who are mistakenly thrown in prison for cocaine possession.
Prime examples include Bamboo House of Dolls (1973) with Birte Tove (1945-2016) and Great Escape from a Women's Prison. Chinese prostitutes are abducted by Japanese soldiers and used for brutal scientific experiments at the notorious Unit 731 medical camp.
A Chinese Torture Chamber Story (1994) and its sequel are based on historical records of China's Qing Dynasty.
Occasionally a new inmate is an undercover reporter investigating corruption as in Bare Behind Bars or a government agent sent to rescue a political prisoner (Caged Heat 2, Love Camp 7).
Didi Herman states,"Unlike other mainstream television products that may have lesbian or gay characters within a prevailing context of heteronormativity, [Bad Girls] represents lesbian sexuality as normal, desirable, and possible." A number of the Wi P films remain banned by the BBFC in the United Kingdom. Both films are about innocent women who are thrown into foreign prisons and forced to face sadistic guards and brutal rape.
Prior to these films, the only expression of pornographic women in prison was found in "true adventure" men's magazines such as Argosy in the 1950s and 1960s, although it is possible that Denis Diderot's novel The Nun anticipated the genre.
Nazis tormenting damsels in distress were particularly common in these magazines.
Many of these films were developed in the late 1970s and the early 1980s as the industry continued to grow.
Films such as SS Experiment Love Camp, SS Camp 5: Women's Hell, Hell Behind Bars and Hell Penitentiary' directed by Sergio Garrone in 1983, Gestapo's Last Orgy directed by Cesare Canevari in 1977, Helga, She Wolf of Spilberg (1978) and Fraulein Devil (1977) directed by Patrice Rhomm, SS Hell Camp (1977) directed by Luigi Batzella, Women in Cell Block 7 (1973) directed by Rino Di Silvestro and Nazi Love Camp 27 (1977) directed by Mario Caiano were partly inspired by the U. The abuse of Chinese women in Japanese detention or prisoner-of-war camps during World War II is depicted in a series of Hong Kong films.
Other films include Women in Fury (1985) and Caged Women in Purgatory (1991).