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It is the 21st Century, and society's lust for violence is satisfied by "The Big Hunt," an international game of legalized murder. But when the sport's two top assassins (Marcello Mastroianni and Ursula Andress) are pitted against each other, they find that love is the most dangerous game of all. As the world watches, the hunt is on. Who will become THE 10TH VICTIM?
THE 10TH VICTIM is the international cult classic whose wild action and sexy style has influenced a generation of movies, from THE RUNNING MAN to the AUSTIN POWERS series. Remastered from original archival negative materials, this outrageous satire is presented here in its original Italian language with optional English subtitles.
Very well done for the time period.
The cinematography is great, with excellent use of lighting, color and camera angles to add a near-future ambience to the Italian locations where the film was shot.
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.
This is my absolutely favorite Marcello Mastroianni film - Kylie Minogue used the back drop or set for her Can't get you outta my Head music videoPublished 12 days ago by Michael L. Wyllis
Perfect sales transaction. No worries or complaints here.Published 26 days ago by Russell J. Lanier
An almost forgotten camp classic from the 60's, and it should have stayed forgotten. The movie has some force in the beginning, when we are introduced to the film's premise of... Read morePublished 3 months ago by James Clifton
One of my all time favorite movies. So happy it came out on DVD.Published 3 months ago by CMH Caldwell
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 10 months ago by D. Allen Schaeffer