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A Most Unusual Woman(1964)
An outrageous satirical drama, based on a true story, from Italian master of the mirthfully macabre Marco Ferreri ("La Grande Bouffe"). Con artist Ugo Tognazzi convinces Annie Girardot, a beautiful young woman covered from head to toe with fur, to join him as a popular sideshow attraction, and even marries her "for love" when she threatens ... more
Italian gas mask-maker Glauco (Michel Piccoli) returns home one fateful night to discover a gun which may have been owned by legendary gangster John Dillinger. Is it the sense of danger and romance associated with the mysterious firearm that eventually leads the humble industrial worker out to sea, where he enjoys a spontaneous tryst? ... more
La Grande Bouffe(1973)
A judge, a chef, a pilot, and a TV personality decide to end their lives of boredom by partaking in a session of total debauchery in a Paris villa. Their goal: to eat themselves to death. Along the disgusting road to ruin, they partake in wild sex with a teacher and some prostitutes. Marcello Mastroianni, Philippe Noiret, and Ugo Tognazzi ... more
The battle of Little Big Horn becomes a fight over trinkets and souvenir stands in Marco Ferreri's anachronistic farce. Marcello Mastroianni stars as an egotistical General Custer who watches over a curio shop run by Indian scout Ugo Tognazzi that sells, among other items, stuffed and mounted Indians. Mastroianni's final battle with ... more
Director Marco Ferreri's mastery of the blackly comic is seen in this eight-disc set. An old man wants a wheelchair he doesn't need, in "El Cochecito" (1960). Jose Isbert stars. A couple bickers over procreation after a worldwide plague, in "The Seed of Man" (1969). Marco Margine, Anne Wiazemsky star. Four people eat ... more