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era una volta il West / Once Upon a Time in the West (Sergio Leone) //ɳʮ
 
42'02"+40'24"+41'35'+41'15"
Full movie--01, 02, 03, 04
 
Stars Henry Fonda
Charles Bronson
Claudia Cardinale
Country Italy | USA
Runtime Italy: 175 min | 165 min (international version) | Finland: 137 min (1970)
Date 1968
Story of a young woman, Mrs. McBain, who moves from New Orleans to frontier Utah, on the very edge of the American West. She arrives to find her new husband and family slaughtered, but by who? The prime suspect, coffee-lover Cheyenne, befriends her and offers to go after the real killer, assassin gang leader Frank, in her honor. He is accompanied by Harmonica on his quest to get even. Get-rich-quick subplots and intricate character histories intertwine with such artistic flair that this could in fact be the movie-to-end-all-movies.(Here)
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NA-6802 (6805) Comandamenti per un gangster (Alfio Caltabiano) (ֱ ڰĽ)
Stars Ljuba Tadic
Alfio Caltabiano
Dante Maggio
Country Italy
Runtime 96 min
Date 1968

(Italian) Northon, un gangster ritiratosi dagli affari, vuole vendicare la morte di sua sorella Helen, sposata a Frank Cline, scomparso durante il trasporto, via mare, di due milioni di dollari in oro, appartenenti all' "Organizzazione", della malavita. Per riuscire nel suo intento, Northon si allea con "5 cents" - un messicano - e affronta, con relativo successo, la lotta che gli muovono "Il Santo" e la sua banda. Successivamente recupera l'oro dall'imbarcazione affondata e scopre a bordo della medesima, il cadavere di Frank Cline. "Il Santo" interviene, deciso a uccidere Northon e "5 cents" e a impadronirsi dell'oro: ma il tentativo fallisce. Poich Northon tra i sicari de "Il Santo", trova il responsabile della morte di Helen, lo uccide. Compiuta la sua vendetta, il gangster rinuncia, in favore di "5 cents", alla sua parte dell'oro ritrovato (Here) Un ex gangster vuole vendicare l'assassinio della sorella e fare luce sulla scomparsa del marito di lei, avvenuta durante il trasporto per mare di un grosso carico d'oro. Dopo essersi scontrato con una potente organizzazione mafiosa interessata al recupero del malloppo, trover l'omicida e compir la sua vendetta. (Here)
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NA-6803 (6821) Corri uomo corri / Big Gundown 2: Run, Man, Run (Sergio Sollima) / ɱ2/ǹ2
Stars Tomas Milian
Donald O'Brien
John Ireland
Country Italy | France
Runtime 120 min
Date 1968
Note Music by
Bruno Nicolai
Ennio Morricone (uncredited)
Several competing groups and mavericks (including the lead character Cuchillo) are hunting a gold treasure of $3,000,000. The gold was reserved for the Mexican revolution.(Here)

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NA-6804 (6901) Cuore di mamma (Salvatore Sollima) (ֱ ĸ֮)
Stars Carla Gravina
Philippe Leroy
Beba Loncar
Country Italy
Runtime 92 min
Date 1969
This film is a social commentary about the mindless violence that is perpetuated on impressionable youth by television. Lorenz (Carla_Gravina) has three young children who are victims of a media who wishes to turn out terrorists. She contends with her monstrous offspring and student revolts until she can't take it anymore. Lorenz takes matters into her own hands by planting a bomb in the factory of her estranged husband. The director attempts to illustrate the effect that Big Brother has on the lives of people and how they are subjected to behavioral conditioning beyond their control.(Here)
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NA-6805 (6819) E per tetto un cielo di stelle / A Sky Full of Stars for a Roof (Giulio Petroni) / ݶ
Stars Giuliano Gemma
Mario Adorf
Magda Konopka
Country Italy
Runtime 100 min
Date 1968
Two drifters meet, and soon become travelling companions. But one of them, Tim (Gemma), is being chased by a crazed killer and his band of gunmen to settle an old score. The two (Adorf being the other) are chased through the west, encountering scrape after scrape until the killers catch up and the score is settled for good.(Here)

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NA-6806 (6814) Eat it (Francesco Casaretti) (ֱ ԰)
Stars Frank Wolff
Paolo Villaggio
Giampiero Albertini
Country Italy
Runtime 84 min
Date 1968
(German) Zum Inhalt: Ein Industrieller versucht, mithilfe eines Werbetricks den Absatz seines Dosenfleischprodukts "Eat it!" zu erhohen. Dabei stoBt er auf ein unkultiviertes Individuum, das sich streng an zwei Lebensaufgaben halt: Unmengen an Nahrung zu sich nehmen und sich fleischlicher Gelste hingeben. Der Firmeninhaber sieht die Chance, den Wilden zu Werbezwecken einzusetzen und behauptet fortan, dass sein Produkt ein Aphrodisiakum ist. Zum Entsetzen verliert bald darauf der sonderbare Mann seine "Talente", sodass der gesch?ftige Industrielle ihn ersetzt und daraufhin feststellen muss, dass sein neuer Werbetrager nach dem immensen Verzehr von Fleisch die Gestalt einer Kuh annimmt (Here) A groovy soundtrack to a weird movie C 1969's Mangieala, aka Eat It, a film about efforts to sell a canned meat product as an aphrodisiac and a ravenous sex machine of a character exploited in that effort C which somehow sets the stage for Ennio Morricone's sweetness soaked score! (Here)
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NA-6807 (6820) Ecce Homo (Bruno Alberto Gaburro) (ֱ ƣ)
Ecce Homo (Bruno Alberto Gaburro) (ֱ ƣ)
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Stars Philippe Leroy
Irene Papas
Gabriele Tinti
Country Italy
Runtime 99 min
Date 1968
Ecce Homo is a 1968 Science Fiction/Thriller film directed by Bruno Gaburro (Here) Sopravvissuta a una spaventosa guerra nucleare, che ha distrutto il genere umano, una famiglia di tre persone - Jean, la moglie Anna e Patrick, loro unico figlio - vive in una vecchia roulotte in riva al mare, nutrendosi di pesce e rifornendosi di qualche indispensabile attrezzo nella vicina, morta citt. Un giorno, appaiono due altri esseri umani: Quentin, intellettuale, e Len, ex-militare. Anzich esserne contento, per, Jean, che le radiazioni hanno reso impotente, odia la loro presenza: apparentemente perch essa ha distrutto la pace della sua piccola comunit, in realt, perch profondamente geloso di sua moglie. Il suo astio verso i due intrusi aumenta, allorch, ascoltando di nascosto una loro conversazione, sente dichiarare da Quentin la necessit di fecondare Anna, perch da lei possa avere origine il nuovo genere umano. Approfittando di un viaggio in citt, Anna e Len si amano. Al loro ritorno, Jean impone al giovane e al suo compagno di andarsene: per tutta risposta, Len lo uccide e si libera anche di Quentin, costringendolo a vivere in solitudine. Un giorno, andato il piccolo Patrick a fargli visita, Quentin apprende che Anna e Len hanno deciso di andarsene: per impedirglielo, appicca il fuoco a un camioncino, loro unico mezzo di trasporto. Furente, Len lo insegue per ucciderlo, ma anche Quentin armato, e a morire il giovane. Disperata, Anna si annega. Quentin e Patrick sono ora gli ultimi abitanti della terra. (Here)
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NA-6808 (6904) Fraulein Doktor / Fraulein Doktor (Alberto Lattuada) / ս
Fraulein Doktor (Alberto Lattuada) / ս
100'37" YT
 
Stars Suzy Kendall
Kenneth More
Capucine
Country Italy | Yugoslavia
Runtime 104 min
Date 1969

One night during World War I a German U-boat lands three people in the Orkney Islands. When two are captured, Colonel Foreman of British intelligence tricks one of them, Meyer, into revealing that the third person landed was an infamous German spy known as Fraulein Doktor, whose mission is to kill British Field Marshal Lord Kitchener. Fraulein Doktor learns that the field marshal is aboard the H.M.S. Hampshire , and the Germans sink the ship, killing Kitchener and the 700 men aboard. Her mission completed, Fraulein Doktor injects herself with morphine. Meyer, meanwhile, has told Foreman about another of Fraulein Doktor's deeds: disguised as a housemaid, she won the confidence of Dr. Saforet, the French lesbian inventor of a powerful poison gas formula; murdered her; and stole the formula for the Germans. Colonel Foreman sends Meyer back to Germany as a counterspy, and Colonel Mathesius, the German spy chief, having discovered the plan, encourages Meyer to kill Fraulein Doktor. Although Meyer is attracted to the beautiful spy, he carries out his assignment and returns to England. The Fraulein's "death," however, has been staged by the Germans, and she is already at work on a two-fold suicidal mission. She poses as a Spanish aristocrat and dupes the Belgian ambassador into allowing her to organize a Red Cross train to aid wounded Allies at the front; then smuggles aboard four spies to steal Allied offensive plans from a Belgian chateau. Meanwhile, Colonel Foreman has begun to suspect that Fraulein Doktor is not dead, and he takes Meyer along with him to investigate the hospital train. Though Meyer recognizes Fraulein Doktor in her nurse's uniform, he has become too infatuated to expose her, and her mission is a success. The Germans make use of the stolen plans to launch a counterattack against the Allies employing the insidious poison gas. After the German victory Colonel Foreman and Meyer arrive at a railway station where Fraulein Doktor is treating wounded soldiers. Foreman realizes that he has found the infamous spy, but he is shot dead by Meyer, who, in turn, is killed by a German patrol. Fraulein Doktor laughs maniacally and then breaks into sobs. Meyer's death, her addiction to morphine, and her fanatical patriotism have taken a heavy toll.(Here)

A woman spy working for the Germans during World War I participates in seducing and using French and British civilian and military personnel by which she aids in the bungling of the Allied effort to defeat Germany. Of particular interest and importance to her is deciphering which ship Lord Kitchener will be sailing on for conference in Russia. Afterwards she aids a German U-boat to sink the Hampshire with Kitchener on it taking his life and nearly all on board. Later she steals a formula for Mustard gas which the Germans use to great effect against the Allies on the battlefield. (Here)

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NA-6809 (6902) Galileo / Galileo Galilei (Liliana Cavani) / ٤Դ
Stars Cyril Cusack
Georgi Kaloyanchev
Nikolay Doychev
Country Italy | Bulgaria
Runtime 105 min
Date 1968

Somewhat overshadowed by Joseph Losey's 1975 film on the same subject, the 1968 Italian/Bulgarian biopic Galileo is a worthwhile picture in its own right. Irish stage and screen actor Cyril Cusack is well-cast as Galileo Galilei, famed astronomer and unintentional icon-buster. Stirring up controversy with his theory that the Earth is not the center of the Universe, Galileo is given a going-over by the Vatican legal system. The highlight: "Nevertheless, it does move!" A bit too verbose in its climactic courtroom scenes, Galileo nonetheless does full justice to its protagonist. The musical score is by Ennio Morricone, of The Good, the Bad and the Ugly fame.(Here)

After his encounter with Giordano Bruno in 1592, Galileo convinces himself that the sun, and not the earth, is at the center of universe. The Church considers Galileo's theory a heresy, but he continues his studies in Florence, until he's arrested and tried. Standing before the inquisition court in 1633, he will sign a solemn abjuration. Galileo Galilei and the Church: a controversial and hard subject faced by Liliana Cavani in this TV movie (which was later screened in movie theaters), which portrays Galileo's drama when he opposed himself to a conservative and obscurantist church. Cavani focuses on the contrasts, and powerfully proposes his story with dramatic intensity. (Here)

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NA-6810 (6804) I cannoni di San Sebastian / The Guns of San Sebastian (Henri Verneuil) /˫׷/ɽ/һ佫
Stars Anthony Quinn
Anjanette Comer
Charles Bronson
Country France | Italy | Mexico
Runtime USA: 111 min | Germany: 115 min (theatrical version)
Date 1968

Leon Alastray is an outlaw who has been given sanctuary by Father John, whom he then escorts to the village of San Sebastian. The village is deserted, with its cowardly residents hiding in the hills from Indians, who regularly attack the village and steal all their supplies. When Father John is murdered, the villagers mistakenly think the outlaw is the priest. Alastray at first tells them he is not a priest, but they don't believe it, and an apparent miracle seems to prove they are correct. Eventually, he assists them in regaining their confidence and defending themselves.(Here)

In this French/Italian co-production set in Mexico in 1746, Alastray (Anthony Quinn), a gunman on the run from the law, happens upon a Franciscan priest, Father Joseph (Sam Jaffe), while in flight.
Father Joseph shows mercy on the fugitive and allows Alastray to stay with him, but when the locals find out that Joseph is harboring criminals, he's run out of town; Alastray travels with him, disguised as a monk.
While approaching what appears to be a deserted village, Father Joseph is killed by a sniper, and Alastray heads into town. He is met by Teclo (Charles Bronson), a half-breed who calls the village home.
It seems that a band of savage Yaqui Indians have been terrorizing the town and have a special hatred for men of faith; they intend to continue laying waste to the village until the residents beg for mercy and renounce Christianity. The Village leaders want to make Alastray their new spiritual leader, and despite his great reluctance, he agrees, mostly as a means of maintaining his cover. But when Alastray tries to organize the building of a much needed dam, as well as obtaining a stash of weapons so that the citizens may defend themselves, the Yaquis return in force, leading to a decisive confrontation. Guns for San Sebastian also features Anjanette Comer and Silvia Pinal. (Here)

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NA-6811 (6907) H2S (Roberto Faenza) (ֱ )
Stars Carole Andr
Denis Gilmore
Lionel Stander
Country Italy
Runtime 88 min
Date 1969

The story is a puzzling one- it begins in London,England where students are controlled by a dictatorship Government where sex is outlawed.The film was supposed to have been banned in Italy and destroyed,but do they really do that to films these days? Nonetheless,the set designs are truly stunning,especially the second half of the film where the runaway lovers end up living in the Italian mountains in a colourful 'funked-up' igloo! ..... Please note this film has never been shown on TV anywhere, the film was seen in an Italian Film Archive.(Here)

(Italian) Tommaso, salito a bordo di un avveniristico treno, arriva in una grande citt si trova subito sperduto ed estraneo. Accettando l'invito di un individuo, viene ospitato in un grande edificio dove alcuni docenti stanno sottoponendo gli allievi a un incessante martellamento di slogan per renderli ubbidienti. Quando Bea tenta di ribellarsi, mediante un tranello, viene catturata e messa a morte. Tommaso decide di scappare.

Faenza gioca la carta della metafora politica e racconta un domani che ha i difetti dell'oggi. Ma il ritratto datato. Quanto al titolo, la formula dell'acido solfidrico.(Here)

H2S (Roberto Faenza)
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H2S (Disturbing) Magic (From here)

Ive recently re-watched an Italian film entitled H2S and directed by Roberto Faenza. Despite being very little known, I think this film is very inspiring for fashion, graphic and interior designers. Shot in 1968, H2S was banned a few days after it was released since it was considered as too violent. The film could be considered as a sort of manifesto of the late 60s student protests that also tackles themes such as consumerism, power, technocracy and mind-control. In the film Tommaso (Denis Gilmore), a young man clad in a rather bizarre and anachronistic outfit in bold and bright colours, arrives at his new art college in London where he meets a dictatorial lecturer accompanied by the college founder, an elderly lady (wonderful Paolo Poli). The first lecture is delivered to a class of obedient and tamed students, all dressed in white outfits. A rebellion led by a brave girl follows but, soon after, catastrophe ensues and Tommaso takes refuge in the mountains with Alice (Carole Andr). Together they live for a while in a sort of hippy cottage with walls covered in aluminium foil and furniture reminiscent of Claes Oldenburgs papier-mach sculptures. Tommaso goes back to the college towards the end of the film with a criminal plan in mind, but finds it is now ruled by the assistant of the lecturer, a mad scientist (Lionel Stander C remember the barman in Sergio Leone's C'era una volta il West?) who uses hydrosulfuric acid (H2S) for his experiments to control humans and animals.

The film went through a long and extenuating trial and was released in 1971 when it didnt seem to be as relevant as when it was shot. Faenza released in 1977 Forza Italia! (Go Italy! believe it or not, the title anticipated in a way the name of Berlusconis party before it mutated into the People of Freedom coalition), a docufilm that criticised the political class ruling in Italy (the Christian Democrats) and their abuses of power. The film was seized by the authorities a few days after the leader of the Christian Democratic Party Aldo Moro was kidnapped by the Red Brigades and banned for over 15 years (before being killed, Moro actually suggested in one of his diaries to go and see the film to understand the lack of scruples of his political colleagues...). H2S explores different themes, from student demos and anger/rebellion to surrealism, politics, sci-fi and futuristic inspirations. White aseptic atmospheres, white outfits and metallic silvery shades prevail (see also the futuristic vehicle Tommaso uses to get to the London-based college View this photo) throughout the film hinting at a cold and mechanic future full of fear and anxieties.Faenzas film also boasts some interesting connections with A Clockwork Orange (1971): both films feature disturbing, violent images and look at a dystopian future. During his trip to the college, Tommaso is given a pair of bizarre glasses and headphones that look a bit like the contraption used to torture Alex in Kubricks film (though Tommasos glasses are supposed to allow him to enter some bizarre virtual dimension, so they're not used to torture him). Besides in the Professors office there is a chair shaped like a woman that calls to mind the piece of furniture in the Korova Milkbar (was Faenza inspired by Allen Jones human furniture?). In H2S when Tommaso goes back to the college after his hippy escapade with Alice, he is submitted to a sort of punishing treatment like Alex, though in this case the experimental therapy is not the Ludovico technique, but consists in strapping him to a strange vibrating device (shaped like the stylised body of a woman) and in forcing him to watch a video showing a pair of sensual red lips moving and repeating words such as order, legality, well-being, happiness. Faenzas film was shot before A Clockwork Orange, but it wasnt released outside Italy, so its unlikely that Kubrick actually saw H2S, even though its impossible to deny there are some connections between the two films (Faenza may have read Anthony Burgess A Clockwork Orange yet a book is always different from its adaptation for the big screen...).

Music fans seem to know this film pretty well since the score was composed by Ennio Morricone and also includes Luna Canadese sung by Edda DellOrso (bizarrely enough Morricone never regretted doing the score for this obscure film and still plays its main theme during his concerts, while scores for cult films la Diabolik were totally abandoned by the maestro). The film has also got some very interesting graphics: the closing titles feature chaotic representations of letters and numbers while an abstract red and blue painting (reminding the students that the Greek word "Techn" means Art, therefore, according to Tommaso's lecturer, technocracy is the way forward) hangs in the lecture hall of the college. Colours strike the imagination hitting the retina and the senses turning some of the stronger scenes into the projections of the main characters visionary and confused imagination. Architecturally speaking the spaces used in the film are also amazing: there are no ordinary benches in the lecture hall, but cubicles (that disturbingly anticipate the cubicles in our call centres...); rooms often have aluminium walls and there is even a strange rotating platform on which a priest celebrates a final doomed wedding. Bizarre and grotesque set decorations have in this film the same purpose of the strange props in Elio Petris La decima vittima, since they are used by the director as a sort of satire against society.There are also some interesting fashion connections: Franco Carretti (the costume designer for many films by Elio Petri and Sergio Leone and current owner of the ABC costume shop in Miami) designed the costumes for this film that were made by the Tirelli tailoring house. One of the most striking outfit remains the bride dress seen at the very end of the film. While this bizarre rocket-shaped metallic wedding dress looks futuristic and perfectly matches with the aluminium room where the wedding takes place, it still retains some connection with classicism and in particular with Greek mythology (see also the laurel wreath around the head, like Apollo for example, God of healing and the arts - and a connection to the "techn = art" concept often repeated in the film). This outfit actually came to my mind after seeing some designs by Craig Green. Though the main inspirations for this young British designers collection came from the Bauhaus, '60s robots and Russian folk tales, with hints at Walter van Beirendonck (Green worked at his studio as an intern) and Bernard Wilhelm, one outfit from his collection seems to reference this amazing costume from Faenza's H2S. I wonder if this film will ever be re-released: as bizarre as it may look in 2011, I think its eerie magic could still inspire many artists, designers and directors.(Here)

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NA-6812 (6818) Il grande silenzio / The Great Silence (Sergio Corbucci) / ѩ
Stars Jean-Louis Trintignant
Klaus Kinski
Frank Wolff
Country Italy | France
Runtime 101 min
Date 1968
Bounty killers led by Loco prey on outlaws hiding out in the snowbound Nevada mountains. After Pauline's husband becomes Loco's latest victim, she hires a gunman for revenge; Silence, mute since his throat was cut as a child (Here)
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NA-6813 (6813) Il mercenario / The Mercenary (Sergio Corbucci) / ְҵǹ
Stars Franco Nero
Jack Palance
Tony Musante
Country Italy | Spain
Runtime Italy: 110 min | Spain: 111 min
Date 1968
Note Original Music by
Ennio Morricone
Bruno Nicolai
While a Mexican revolutionary lies low as a U.S. rodeo clown, the cynical Polish mercenary who tutored the idealistic peasant tells how he and a dedicated female radical fought for the soul of the guerrilla general Paco, as Mexicans threw off repressive government and all-powerful landowners in the 1910s. Tracked by the vengeful Curly, Paco liberates villages, but is tempted by social banditry's treasures, which Kowalski revels in. (Here)
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NA-6814 (6922) L'alibi / Alibi (Adolfo Celi, Vittorio Gassmann, Luciano Lucignani) (ֱ )
Stars Vittorio Gassman
Adolfo Celi
Luciano Lucignani
Country Italy
Runtime 106 min
Date 1969

(Italian) Vittorio, Adolfo e Luciano sono amici da quando frequentavano l'Accademia d'Arte Drammatica negli anni del dopoguerra. Poi le loro strade si sono divise: Adolfo se ne andato in Brasile dove, come attore, ha ottenuto un grande successo; Vittorio, rimasto in Italia, diventato un divo del cinema e del teatro; Luciano, regista e autore di teatro, impegnato politicamente nel partito comunista, fa il critico, il giornalista e lo studioso. Adolfo, sentendo la nostalgia dell'Italia e dei suoi amici, manda un telegramma a Vittorio e Luciano preannunciando il suo ritorno. Durante il viaggio egli ripercorre mentalmente la vita trascorsa con i suoi compagni sognando di riformare il gruppo e riprendere la vita di prima. Ma sia Vittorio che Luciano non sono quelli di una volta: pur accettando l'attuale situazione sentono che essa non la vera realt; gli appelli di un vecchio amico, Luca, rinchiuso in una casa di cura, sono per loro il richiamo all'autenticit che cercano. Quando tutti e tre si ritrovano, durante una lunga discussione, capiscono che qualcosa si spezzato fra di loro. L'arrivo di Luca tronca sul nascere una lite.(Here)
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NA-6815 (6916) La monaca di Monza / The Lady of Monza (Eriprando Visconti) / Ժ͵/Ů
Stars Anne Heywood
Hardy Krger
Antonio Sabato
Country Italy
Runtime 105 min
Date 1970

The Nun of Monza is the story of a Spanish nun named Virginia de Leyva (Anne Heywood). As Mother Superior, her convent is the picture of saintliness. That is until a young nobleman (Antonio Sabata) takes refuge there after killing a man. Then, all hell breaks loose. All those who inhabit the habit give in to temptation while hysteria and hypocrisy abound. The Mother is accused of breaking her vows and must endure harsh punishments including tortures both physical and psychological. One of the earliest examples of the Italian nunsploitation genre.(Here)

Luciano Odorisio's Italian-made exploitation film La Monaca di Monza travels into the deepest and darkest recesses of a Catholic convent, where a nobleman (Alessandro Gassman) and a nun (Myriem Roussel) engage in a passionate love affair. Little can they foresee the dangerous and calamitous consequences that this will yield -- consequences involving betrayal, vengeance, and homicide.(Here)

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Stars Sean Connery
Peter Finch
Claudia Cardinale
Country Soviet Union | Italy
Runtime 121 min
Date 1969
Note Music by
Ennio Morricone (international version) Aleksandr Zatsepin
The commander of a failed 1928 Arctic airship expedition is remembering the events of the "Italia" airship flight, crash and subsequent rescue efforts. The "ghosts" of people involved in the events appear in his memories to assist him in determining his guilt in the affair. The reminiscences are mixed with the real action: the flight of the "Italia", the air rescue operation from Kings Bay airfield, the expedition of the "Krassin" ice-breaker. A sort of human touch is added by the ever beautiful C.C. playing Malmgren's girlfriend.(Here)
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5) The Red Tend (La tenda rossa)

This is the very rare case, that a movie has 2 scores. It tells the story of the run to the south-pole, had an international cast, but had a Russian director and was partly filmed in Russia. For the worldwide distribution of the film the score was the one we know by Morricone, except for Russia. They replaced his music by a score of Russian composer Aleksandr Zatsepin for the Russian market.

 
NA-6817 (6903) Metti, una sera a cena / Love Circle (Giuseppe Patroni Griffi) / ֏h
Stars Florinda Bolkan
Tony Musante
Jean-Louis Trintignant
Country Italy
Runtime 125 min
Date 1969

A liberal-thinking author watches his wife as she attempts to seduce his best friend at a dinner party. She ends up taking on another man as well, and the writer has an affair with the another dinner guest. Soon the three men and two women are entangled in a confusing series of partner-swapping sex sprees where everyone's morals are challenged in the wake of the sexual revolution.(Here)

This movie has a very involved plot, concerning an affectionate foursome who meet for dinner as often as they can. One is a writer who has a complex about being left out of things; another is his wifw, beautiful and frigid. Then there is an actor who has a strong inclination towards voyeurism, and a spinster friend who is not unpleasant to look at, and who has a mania for telling dirty stories and jokes. The wife and the actor end up in bed together, but that isnt really what the actor wants because he cannot see what is taking place. So of his to get into bed with the wife and then he is happy once more, watching. So the foursome became a fivesome: and trouble starts, especially when the poet turns out to be partial to either sex, and the husband decides to write a play about his wife (Here)

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Stars Pierre Clmenti
Tina Aumont
Sergio Tofano
Country Italy
Runtime 105 min
Date 1968
Bernardo Bertolucci was obviously influenced by the films of Jean-Luc Godard and the worldwide political upheavals of 1968 while assembling his feature-film Partner. This unorthodox adaptation of Dostoevsky's The Double studiously avoids traditional linear storytelling and exposition techniques. Pierre Clementi stars as a repressed young student who concocts a radical alter ego for himself. As the student's two faces argue polemics, Bertolucci uses the opportunity to take freewheeling critical potshots at all forms of political ideology. Not all of Partner makes sense, but the film will command the viewer's interest from beginning to end. (here)
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NA-6819 (6811) Roma come Chicago / Rome Like Chicago (Alberto Martino) /
Stars John Cassavetes
Gabriele Ferzetti
Anita Sanders
Country Italy
Runtime 105 min
Date 1968
Note Original Music by Ennio Morricone
Bruno Nicolai

This film of violence and gangsterdom opens with an attack on the post office at the terminal station in Rome. The raid succeeds and the two gangsters, Enrico and Mario, run off, machine guns in their hads. The police are hot on their trail with forensic research methods, and when the gangsters try to repeat their luck on a supermarket, Mario is arrested. Enrico then threatens two jewellers brothers with death unless they assist in a crime. By this time, the public is asking questions about the repeated violences, and public opinion is on the side of the police .(Here)

(Italian) Evaso dal carcere dov'era stato rinchiuso per rapina, Mario Corda si mette alla ricerca del suo complice Enrico che, dopo aver commesso altri misfatti, gli ha ucciso la moglie. Rendimento finale di conti. con Gli implacabili uno dei 2 film neri che Cassavetes interpret a Roma tra il '68 e il '69. Factotum dei generi d'azione, De Martino governa bene le sequenze spettacolari, ma i personaggi non hanno spessore.(Here)

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NA-6820 (6905) Ruba al prossimo tuo / A Fine Pair (Francesco Maselli) / ǧ/ԧ
Stars Rock Hudson
Claudia Cardinale
Leon Askin
Country Italy
Runtime 113 min
Date 1969
A detective gets involved with the beautiful daughter of an old friend. The daughter turns out to be a jewel thief, who in turn gets the detective involved in a caper in Austria.(Here)
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NA-6821 (6706) Scusi, facciamo l'amore / Listen, Let's Make Love (Vittorio Caprioli) / (ֱ )
Stars Pierre Clmenti
Beba Loncar
Carlo Caprioli
Country Italy | France
Runtime 91 min
Date 1968
In this drama, a Neapolitan lad travels to Milan to attend his father's funeral. His father was a gigolo, and the young man decides to continue the family profession and begins looking for rich women to prey upon. He is successful, but then he finds himself caught in a bidding war between a wealthy steel heiress and an rich old homosexual. Though the homosexual wins, the gigolo decides to make it with the heiress. Time passes and he ends up falling for a beautiful woman. Unfortunately, he discovers that she is his half sister. He then remembers a bit of advice from one of his father's friends who said "It's better for a young man to attach himself to a rich homosexual." The young gigolo heeds that advice (Here)
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Stars Silvana Mangano
Terence Stamp
Massimo Girotti
Country Italy
Runtime 105 min | Australia: 104 min | Germany: 97 min | Finland: 99 min (cinema release) (1971)
Date 1968
Note Music by
Ennio Morricone
Ted Curson (uncredited)
A strange visitor in a wealthy family. He seduces the maid, the son, the mother, the daughter and finally the father before leaving a few days after. After he's gone, none of them can continue living as they did. Who was that visitor ? Could he be God ? (Here)
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NA-6823 (6809) Tepepa / Long Live the Revolution (Giulio Petroni) (ֱ )
Stars Tomas Milian
Orson Welles
John Steiner
Country Italy | Spain
Runtime Italy: 136 min | Spain: 105 min | USA: 96 min | West Germany: 108 min
Date 1968

In Mexico, at the beginning of the twentieth century, a man is to be executed by Cascorro's men. Doctor Henry Price, en Englishman, arrives in his car and saves him. The nickname of the man is Tepepa and he was a hero of the Revolution. Tepepa asks doctor Price way he saved him and the answer is chilly: to have the pleasure to kill him himself. And he aims his gun at him. (Here)

An English doctor saves a Mexican revolutionary leader (Tepepa) from the firing squad in order to exact personal revenge for the death of his fiance. But things are not so simple, as the revolutionary is a popular man with the masses and his version of events throws doubt as to his guilt in the matter. The doctor is not swayed but, as political hostilities are renewed, both men are engulfed in the increasing violence and find themselves pursued by the ruthless Colonel Carrosco who is determined to recapture Tepepa and make an example of him to the peons who see him as a hero (Here)

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NA-6824 (6822) Un bellissimo novembre / That Splendid November (Mauro Bolognini) / ټ/͵
Stars Gina Lollobrigida
Gabriele Ferzetti
Andr Lawrence
Country Italy | France
Runtime 95 min | Argentina: 98 min
Date 1969
The Italian title for That Splendid November is Un_Belissima_Novembre, but it might as well have been "Belissima Gina". That's because the film's main attraction is Gina_Lollobrigida, whose well-proportioned chassis diverts the audience's attention from the turgid plot. The story concerns a large Sicilian family whose patriarch is an advocate of self control. The hypocrisy of this stance is illustrated in a number of scenes involving sex, gluttony and greed. Adapted from a novel by Ercole Patti, That Splendid November was released in the US in 1971, three years after it made the European theatrical rounds.(Here)
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NA-6825 (6906) Un tranquillo posto della campagna / A Quiet Place in the Country (Elio Petri) / Ƨ/һƬĵط
Stars Franco Nero
Vanessa Redgrave
Georges Gret
Country Italy | France
Runtime 106 min
Date 1969

Leonardo (Franco Nero) is a painter who retreats to a house in the country to regain his lost inspiration. He is plagued by the presence of an erotic apparition. The gorgeous ghost soon moves the painter to the point he wishes to carry on a relationship with her. Leonardo is several bristles shy of a brush as he sinks deeper into insanity. When his fianc arrives for a visit, she is murdered and chopped into little pieces by the troubled artist. Vanessa Redgrave and Gabriella Grimaldi also star in this story of madness and horror. (Here)

(Italian) Pittore di successo in crisi creativa, dilaniato dalla volont di contestazione e dalle richieste del mercato, ha un rapporto schizofrenico di amore/odio con la donna che gli fa da amante, amministratrice e infermiera e, per sfuggirla, si rifugia in una villa veneta disabitata cercando la compagnia di un fantasma. Film sulla pittura (sulla pop art, usando i quadri dell'americano Jim Dine), sulla ricerca disperata della bellezza perduta, sulla morte dell'arte, sui rapporti tra arte e realt, prima di ogni altra cosa un giro di boa tecnico: di tecnica narrativa, di montaggio, di ritmi, di effetti speciali, di fotografia. Senza l'esperienza maturata sarebbero forse impensabili i successivi film (Here)

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NA-6826 (6912) Vergogna schifosi / Dirty Angels (Mauro Severino) (ֱ ʹ)
Stars Roberto Bisacco
Marlia Branco
Lino Capolicchio
Country Italy
Runtime 95 min
Date 1969

Three young people arrive in the city from the provinces to make their fortunes. They become firmly established in their work and social life. They have behind them important people who use them to make money but also provide them with affluence. But their new-found rich existence is shattered when menacing letters start arriving through the post. The letters threaten each with death. The three decide that the letters are being sent by a fourth friend who left the provinces with them, but was later abandoned by them. They find him and bring him back into the group to find out if he is the one who is sending the letters. The find that he is playing a very cunning game, and so they decide that he must die. (Here)

(Italian) Tre ricchi giovani milanesi vengono ricattati da un misterioso personaggio che invia loro messaggi registrati e li accusa d'aver provocato la morte di un tedesco durante un'orgia. Individuato il colpevole in un loro amico pittore, i tre l'uccidono scoprendo poi che non si trattava di un vero ricatto, ma solamente di uno scherzo. (Here)

Super obscure Italian giallo starring Roberto Bisacco and Marilia Branco. Wide screen, English subtitled presentation. Highly obscure and very rare sperimental and anomalous thriller, substancially linked to and inspired by the 1968 protest movement, supported by an awesome soundtrack by Italian maestro Ennio Morricone featuring the sublime Edda Dell'Orso's voice and I cantori moderni di Alessandro Alessandroni. Never issued on DVD shamefully and almost forgotten, it's a movie where Morricone's amazing work adds more power to motion pictures since Morricone's delirious soundtrack was sourced directly from cinematic centripetal moves of shots, focused on some obsessive key themes and enriched by plenty of pop aesthetics and design. The mainly urban set is an incredibly deserted and ghostly Milan during August. Featuring Roberto Bisacco, a blonde-haired (!) Lino Capolicchio and the gorgeous Brazilian actress Marilia Branco, who married Adolfo Celi. (Here)

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