Violated Paradise, also known as Scintillating Sins and Sea Nymphs, is a 1963 Italian sexploitation film directed and produced by Marion Gering and starring Kazuko Mine.

Marion Gering produced and directed the picture. Fosco Maraini and Roy M. Yaginuma were directors of photography. The English version was narrated by Tom Rowe. Marcello Abbado composed the film’s music with addition scores provided by Sergio Pagoni. The film’s New York premiere was held on June 7, 1963. Victoria Films and Times Film Corp. were the film’s distributors. The film was based on Italian writer Fosco Maraini‘s work L’ Isola Delle Pescatrici (The Island of the Fisherwomen) (1960). A few images shot by Maraini’s crew were used in the production. It was filmed entirely in Japan and released in the United States as Diving Girls of Japan and The Diving Girls’ Island.


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