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All Ladies Do It (Special Edition)


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Editorial Reviews

Taking his inspiration from a true incident, erotic maestro Tinto Brass crafts his delightful morality tale of a young couple's journey toward discovery through infidelity. Paulo is thrilled that his wife Diana is still sought after, and takes delight in her tales of flirtations and adventures. But when Diana goes too far with a French poet, Paulo is overcome with raging jealousy. In a rampage, Diana lures everyone she can, and after a particularly rough house party, she returns to Paulo, who accepts her unconditionally. Cult Epics is proud to present the uncut Director's Cut, in Italian language with optional English subtitles.

SPECIAL DVD FEATURES
- Outtakes (10 Minutes)
- Exclusive Interview with director Tinto Brass
- Photo Gallery
- Trailers
- Filmographies
- Widescreen - Enhanced for 16x9
- Dual layer

Special Features

None.

Product Details

  • Actors: Claudia Koll, Paolo Lanza
  • Directors: Tinto Brass
  • Format: Color, Full Screen, NTSC, Special Edition, Widescreen
  • Language: Italian
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: X (Mature Audiences Only)
  • Studio: Ryko Distribution
  • DVD Release Date: August 31, 2004
  • Run Time: 93 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0002V7SK2
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #64,960 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

Customer Reviews

3.7 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

169 of 185 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on June 3, 2002
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I have seen the Italian version. This version simply stinks: too many scenes have been removed. Who ever did this should be arrested. This is a great film; so why not leave it alone? And dubbing it in English takes away the very charm that Italian brings to it. The folks who did this obviously have no appreciation for art.
...Now, for the Italian version, it is worth learning Italian.
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62 of 65 people found the following review helpful By greatbong on March 11, 2002
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The best soft-porn I have seen.Period. What sets this film apart from other films is the sheer eroticism of the situations, the almost reverential worship of buttocks and its ability to walk the tightrope between sensuality and vulgarity. If hard core turns you on (personally it turns me OFF) this is not the one for you. But if like me, the act of seduction and teasing gets you turned on rather than the act itself, boy have you found the right film.
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70 of 77 people found the following review helpful By David P. Manus on March 4, 2002
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The unfortunate fact is that this DVD is the UK edited version of the original Italian "Cosi Fan Tutti." I have seen both versions and suggest that you get the unedited Italian DVD and a multi-system DVD player to see the movie as it was meant to be seen.
Since I first posted this reveiw, I've heard that the distributor plans to issue the unedited version of "Cosi Fan Tutti" in the future. If that proves to be true, I can wholeheartedly recommend buying that version.
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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Mr D. on November 12, 2006
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There is something about Tinto Brass films that separates them from the run of the mill soft-core movies. Ever since he directed Bob Guccione's Caligula in 1979, Brass films seems to push the envelope of acceptable, both visually and storywise. One only has to view the cover, showing leading lady's voluptuous @ss to realize that All Ladies do it is such a movie.

In addition, Brass films have more realistic in sets and cinematography than many American soft-core movies. Indeed most of the sets are real.

The Plot

Brass films seem to have a recurring theme. At least this and two other Brass movies I have seen (Cheeky and The Key) have had this theme - that women can and should have affairs on their husband or boyfriend. The story's theory is that jealousy makes the man more attentive, more sexually creative and he ultimately desires his partner more than if he could count on her fidelity. In other words Brass is proposing one half of an open marriage. One has to surmise since this premise appears in three (that I've seen) Brass movies that Brass subscribes to this supposition.

The Story

Diana, (Claudia Koll), is happily married to Paolo, (Paolo Lanza) but feels that something is missing in her life. She works in a lingerie store, who's owner is a leach and gropes her at every occasion. She resists his advances but her co-worker Antonnietta, (Isabella Deiana) occasionally accommodates the boss.

Diana is a beautiful woman who constantly garners a lot of male attention. From riding the bus to eating in restaurants, she is bombarded with amorous offers.

Then one night, her sister Nadia, (Ornella Marcucci), hosted a reading by an erotic poetess from Venice where she met a man, Alphonse (Franco Branciaroli) who excited her.
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41 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Ziad R. Hakim on December 27, 2004
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For those who like this movie and got disappointed from the earlier release with several minutes ripped off, this is the one you should buy. It is unrated and uncut, just the way the director Tinto Brass intended. The previous version was 88 minutes while this one is 93 minutes. I used to own the previous one and realized that some explicit scenes have been edited compared to this one. In Addition, this "Special Edition" is WIDESCREEN (Enhanced for 16x9) and contains host of extra features, such as an interview with Tinto Brass, outtakes, photogallery, trailers and filmographies.
Anyway, for those who love this movie, buy this one and you'll be satisfied same thing goes for those who are looking for an erotic-comedy movie...
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on January 21, 2002
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All ladies do it is a later film from the director of CALIGULA, and also one of my favourite, it stars the very sexy Claudia Koll. Most erotic films, like Playboy do not contain any story, so it is an enlightment to see an interesting story build around beautiful women. Even my girlfriend likes it very much. Overall a very sexy and positive film about sex and relationships.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Mr D. on November 12, 2006
There is something about Tinto Brass films that separates them from the run of the mill soft-core movies. Ever since he directed Bob Guccione's Caligula in 1979, Brass films seems to push the envelope of acceptable, both visually and storywise. One only has to view the cover, showing leading lady's voluptuous @ss to realize that All Ladies do it is such a movie.

In addition, Brass films have more realistic in sets and cinematography than many American soft-core movies. Indeed most of the sets are real.

The Plot

Brass films seem to have a recurring theme. At least this and two other Brass movies I have seen (Cheeky and The Key) have had this theme - that women can and should have affairs on their husband or boyfriend. The story's theory is that jealousy makes the man more attentive, more sexually creative and he ultimately desires his partner more than if he could count on her fidelity. In other words Brass is proposing one half of an open marriage. One has to surmise since this premise appears in three (that I've seen) Brass movies that Brass subscribes to this supposition.

The Story

Diana, (Claudia Koll), is happily married to Paolo, (Paolo Lanza) but feels that something is missing in her life. She works in a lingerie store, who's owner is a leach and gropes her at every occasion. She resists his advances but her co-worker Antonnietta, (Isabella Deiana) occasionally accommodates the boss.

Diana is a beautiful woman who constantly garners a lot of male attention. From riding the bus to eating in restaurants, she is bombarded with amorous offers.

Then one night, her sister Nadia, (Ornella Marcucci), hosted a reading by an erotic poetess from Venice where she met a man, Alphonse (Franco Branciaroli) who excited her.
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