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A woman feeds her husband with scraps and gives the best food to her lover, whom she hides in the attic. The husband abandons her and goes and lives with a young girl who drags him into a sadomasochistic relationship. Written by
Salvatore Santangelo <email@example.com>
Not a particularly brilliant job of taking the mickey out of Last Tango in Paris, but I'm glad somebody did it. In 1973, while so many people were calling the Bertolucci film either brilliant or obscenely exploitative, it did the heart good to see a film unashamedly pointing out that Bertolucci was also absurdly pretentious.
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