- Released on January 28, 1977 (Italy)
- Running time: 86 min (Australia) | 85 min (France) | 85 min (Portugal) | 85 min (Québec) (Canada)
- Production Co.: Filmes
- Distribution Co.: FIDA International Films (1977) (Italy) (theatrical) | Group 1 International Distribution (1977) (USA) (theatrical) (dubbed) | France Film (1978) (Canada) (theatrical) (Québec) | Delon Films International (1978) (Hong Kong) (theatrical) | Astral Films (Canada) (theatrical) | Sonoro Filme (Portugal) (theatrical)
- Directed by Mario Caiano
- Written by Gianfranco Clerici and Mario Caiano (screenplay), from a story by Gianfranco Clerici and Sandro Amati
- Starring: Sirpa Lane, Giancarlo Sisti, Roberto Posse
- As the menacing clouds of WWII spread all over across Europe, a young flaxen-haired Jew woman will witness her idyllic life crumble into pieces as she is rounded up and thrown to forced prostitution at the infamous "joy-camp" 27.
- What shameful things were these beautiful women forced to do behind these walls?
- A tremendous sexual shocker that goes all the way!
- What is the worst act a woman can be forced to commit... again and again and again...