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Quando l'amore è oscenità (1980)

The film presents an array of nasty stuff like, intercourse with a tree branch, candle masturbation, whipping, orgies, toe masturbation, and a woman screwing around with a real corn cob.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Isarco Ravaioli ...
Dr. Roberts
Mirella Rossi ...
Mireille
Dino Strano ...
Marlon (as Dean Stratford)
Brad Euston ...
Lawyer
Franca Grey ...
Diana
Antonio Maronese ...
Anselmo
Marcello Bonini Olas ...
(as Marcello Olas Bonini)
Ivana Giordan ...
Anna Ardizzone ...
(as Anna Maria Ardizzone)
Maria Teresa Baldoni
Daniele Gabbai ...
(as Daniel Gabbay)
Luciano Conti ...
Rapist
Maurizio Mannoia
Luciano Giovannini
Bartolomeo Arrabito

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The film presents an array of nasty stuff like, intercourse with a tree branch, candle masturbation, whipping, orgies, toe masturbation, and a woman screwing around with a real corn cob.

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14 February 1980 (Italy)  »

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Oscenita  »

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In 1979 Polselli re-dubbed the soundtrack to give the censors the idea the report was trying to prove the masculine guilt, in almost all the situations the sexual degeneration of women, therefore the victim of real historical sexual violence. This pseudo-feminist version is an over-the-top film of sexual excess that leads to the charge of the cinema industry on the sexual abuse of woman for mere commercial intents. See more »

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Pretentious sleaze
13 June 2006 | by (Glen Cove, New York) – See all my reviews

A group of people come together and talk about transgressive sexual subjects. This is inter-cut with often graphic sex scenes involving rape, torture, bestiality, lesbianism, masturbation and other subjects you may or may not be able to think of.

I will freely admit that not being able to really speak Italian with any real ability put me at a disadvantage since a good portion of the film consists of heated discussion. Yet somehow I think that had I been able to really understand what was being said I probably would have rated this lower than a three its its filmed in a very pretentious way. My annoyance with the film comes from the feeling that the film makers wanted to make a REALLY dirty movie and felt that the only way to do it was turn it into a political or sociological discussion. I did not find it deep or meaningful, but rather dull and boring in a "thats nice dear" sort of way.

Ultimately the movie fails to be erotic because its too arty and fails to be meaningful because its too smutty. I'd let this one be unless you'd really like to see a few "taboo" fetishistic subjects portrayed in some rather awkward scenes.


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