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Blue Movie (1978)

A woman escapes from being raped only to find herself trapped by a sado-masochistic photographer who, among other nasty things, gets off on consuming fresh human excrement.


Alberto Cavallone


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Cast overview:
Danielle Dugas Danielle Dugas ... Daniela
Claude Maran Claude Maran ... Claudio
Joseph Dickson Joseph Dickson ... Il negro
Dirce Funari Dirce Funari ... Silvia (as Patrizia Funari)
Leda Simonetti Leda Simonetti ... Leda
Giovanni Brusadori Giovanni Brusadori ... Barman (as Giovanni Brusatori)


Silvia is attacked but she escapes her attempted rapists and runs to the road where she is picked up by Claudio. He is an apparent mechanic, though we never see it, who is a photographer in his spare time. He takes her back to his home where she asks if she can hide out in case her attackers seek revenge, as she dispatched one of them with a rock to the head. He has a penchant for beautiful women, sexual perversion, and soda cans. He is also a misogynist who enjoys referring to women as half-wits when he's not coercing them into undesired sadomasochistic sexual relationships or locking them in rooms. Also he is a fond of fecalphilia. Throughout her stay in his home, she begins to fall in love with him, inexplicably. I guess she decides she can share him with the soda cans. But she has difficulty discerning fantasy from reality, so she is often hit with dream sequences which lead to her waking in fright. Another woman is, Daniela a model. Claudio is verbally abusive to her, who barely ... Written by lament

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10 August 1978 (Italy) See more »

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Rather unsettling Italian piece of sleaze.
17 November 2004 | by HumanoidOfFleshSee all my reviews

"Blue Movie" is a bizarre and extremely obscure exploitation film obviously inspired by Dusan Makavejew's "Sweet Movie".There is no real plot to speak of,just plenty of surreal moments and nudity.Still there are some coprophagia scenes that will surely leave some viewers disgusted.The film is loaded with symbolism(the nude toys and dolls)and the use of Bach on the soundtrack is a nice touch.The stock footage of war atrocities is definitely disturbing,unfortunately the film is rather dull.The acting is amateurish and there is no gore,so fans of Italian horror will be disappointed.However if you like experimental transgressions or obscure Italian cinema give this notorious piece a look.5 out of 10.

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