Compared are the Theatrical Version on the Spanish VHS by Fantacine-V and the Theatrical Version on the German Blu-ray by Bildstörung.
Eve winds up in Bad Marein in order to recover from her meltdown at the clinic of Dr. Barbara. Something is rotten in the state of Denmark though. Except for the gardener Adam, there are only women. A group of guys who wound up there due to car trouble and they seem to enjoy themselves but Eve witnesses them getting killed just one after another. Are the murders real or did she hallucinate? What is up with that weird place and what are Dr. Barbara's real intentions?
The Females is a wrongfully forgotten psychodelic mixture of art and explitation. The crazy pan shots, the outstanding score, the wild images, a young Uschi Glas and the other pretty girls make for a unique experience.
The Spanish VHS is based on the Theatrical Version but the opening credis have been altered. Furthermore, both the German Blu-ray and the Spanish VHS contain a scene the other version lacks. The cut on the Spanish VHS is not intended resp. it is simply a jump cut. As for the missing scene on the German Blu-ray: The scene is part of the Original Version, which is available on DVD as bonus of the German Blu-ray release, but it was probably supposed to be in the Theatrical Version as well - which would explain why the scene is not missing on the Spanish VHS.
Theatrical Version (Spanish VHS): 75:30 min
Theatrical Version (German BD): 79:30 min (78:31 min excl. black screen with music playing)
German opening credits on the German Blu-ray.
The opening on the Spanish VHS is different. In addition to that, some of the landscape shots are missing.
German BD: 2:27 min
Spanish VHS: 1:59 min
The "meeting with the guys" is a little longer. The camera zooms in on one of the women.
Spanish VHS: 7 sec
Johnny a little longer. Furthermore, the subsequent shot starts earlier.
German BD: 6 sec