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The final scene, with the close ups of these anguished faces that are really hard to read...that was great.
Fuller had a much better sense of humour than most and he was able take taboo topics and mix them into a serious looking film but the underlying fibres keep it light.
After playing this in a friends DVD Player that can play DVD-R discs, I noticed that the picture quality is horrible.
My take on The Naked Kiss is that it's a tad over-rated. Nonetheless it's a wonderfully entertaining, albeit strange, film, definitely subversive even by the standards of the... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Bryan
It was very disapointing. I got it based on a Tulsa World film critics recent article. The cinematography was terrible even for 1964, the cast was overly dramatic and gushey, very... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Risdon W. Hankinson
Only mad dog Sam Fuller could be capable of filming in the Hollywood of that time, such an improbable, ridicule, camp, kitsch B movie and make a masterpiece of it, just on a... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Nomlac
"The Naked Kiss" is one of the most provocative films you'll ever see. Its themes are stated bluntly but not too explicitly by director-writer Samuel Fuller. Read morePublished 22 months ago by David Baldwin
The Naked Kiss is unforgettable ! Really shows you what pulp fiction is on film. Plot-wise the story of a reformed prostitute seems unlikely to entertain. Read morePublished on January 15, 2013 by K. Nolting
Hard to find film, arrived quickly in plenty of time for Xmas. Amazon comes through once again, Great movie with General Hospital's long time recurring star Constance Towers...Published on December 15, 2012 by Diane Hessdi
I once asked a fellow film enthusiast to suggest a unique film that he thought I might enjoy. Something I had never seen before but would appreciate. Read morePublished on October 30, 2012 by Blue Leaf