A young, innocent Brigitte Bardot plays the sister of the handsome French officer Juan D'Arandra. Close in a manner inappropriate of siblings, their attraction for each other tortures their... See full summary »
Dominique Marceau is on trial for the murder of Gilbert Tellier. The counsels duel relentlessly, elaborating explanations for why the pretty, idle and fickle girl killed the talented and ... See full summary »
When a 25-year old Parisian student, Gérard Morere, hears a lecture about a treasure Troilus lost at sea after the Peloponnesian War, he thinks he knows where it is, thanks to a discovery ... See full summary »
Three directors each adapt a Poe short story to the screen: "Toby Dammit" features a disheveled drugged and drunk English movie star who nods acceptance in the Italian press and his ... See full summary »
Nero is on holiday at the seaside. Poppea, Seneca and many other guests are with him. Nero is preparing a great show where he will be the star. When Agrippina, his mother, arrives with her ... See full summary »
Vittorio De Sica,
Imagine this: in the Old West, busty girl-gangs fight over a fortune in crude oil! From the opening bars of the theme song, sung by a minstrel with a banjo, we know we're in for the International take on Cowgirl super-hit CAT BALLOU. And this rollicking, confusing Euro-Western is just that, and more. With sexy superstars Brigitte Bardot and Claudia Cardinale as over-ripe gunslingers, and goofy horndog Michael J. Pollard as the bumbling sheriff, this trans-global cine-stew comes across like THE WILD BUNCH as remade by Russ Meyer! As you can imagine, there's tons of sweaty cleavage on view, several good cat fights, and some brief but stunning topless scenes. There's also ample action, belabored comedy, a few good singing numbers, and a rousing score by Francis Lai. Released in the US in '73 by telemarketing legend K-TEL, so you know its a classic!
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