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Directed with tongue firmly in cheek, Petri lampoons the whole media obsession with high-risk contests and games of chance with cool style, absurdly chic fashions, a bouncy score of organ riffs and funky lounge sounds, and a comically blasé performance by Mastroianni. It's like Fellini gone ballistic with a hint of Divorce, Italian Style: a battle of the sexes in a world where spontaneous shootouts are forever erupting in the fringes of the frame. --Sean Axmaker
The Italians really did 1960's camp the best.
The film features a solid performance from Marcello Mastroianni in the role of Marcello Polletti charismatic character that in many ways resembles his own persona.
I'm about 99% sure that the movie is really supposed to end just after Mastroianni shoots Andress, but Levine apparently considered that ending too downbeat.
I challenge any viewer to turn away from The 10th Victim having seen
the first five minutes. But the tantalizing opening sequences only hint
at the roller coaster ride... Read more
It's the future, which looks a lot like a more extreme late sixties, and Italian Marcello Poletti is SO done with women, and plain tired of life. Read morePublished 6 months ago by D. Allen Schaeffer
In 1965 this was a humorous take on where the world would end up in the 21st century. In the 21st century it is still humorous but also a bit shocking in how it foretold... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Kevin J. Ashley
If you don't have a Blu-ray player and are still only using DVD, let me point out that the reissue of this film to DVD by Blue Underground is identical to the earlier Anchor Bay... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Bob S
I didn't remember caring much for this film when it first came out, and time hasn't helped it one bit. Ursula Andress looks fantastic, and is the only reason to watch it, IMO. Read morePublished 9 months ago by IVox Populi
The first and only time I saw "The 10th Victim" was at the theatre when it was released in 1965 and I was an impressionable young teenager. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Terry Sunday
This movie is listed in a book I like called Groovy Movie. That is why I bought it because I could not rent it.Published 11 months ago by Jeff Colson
This is one of the great oddball films of all time: a collision between Fellini, James Bond and sci-fi which is solidly a product of its amazing era. Read morePublished 12 months ago by David Avallone
A catastrophic misfire on all levels, Director Elio Petri's The 10th Victim should be shown in film schools across the world as part of a course elective called "Everything... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Bartok Kinski