The Seduction of Mimi
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A well made film of high caliber. Thoroughly enjoyable and remarkably light hearted for an otherwise somber topic. A must for the serious movie buff.
Studio: Fox Lorber (A Winstar Company)
DVD Release Date: March 31, 1998
One Star for the DVD: To produce a cheep widescreen version - Fox Lorber Home Video has taken the movie's full frame image version and has cropped off the top and bottom part of the image. Fox Lorber simply removed part of the image just to please those of us who prefer the widescreen format. Many times during the movie the bright light will bleed over into the black cropped bars producing a glowing horizontal line within the black bars.
Five Stars for the Movie: A great movie! I cannot wait to buy a new DVD release of his movie that is Restored, Digitally Re-mastered and presented in its true original aspect ratio. Until then I will just have to settle for this piece of junk DVD transfer that I just paid $31.50 for.
Lina Wertmuller and Giancarlo Giannini did a masterful job of presenting the problem, studying the solutions, and applying the "cure" to ensure the continued respect of his peers. Then, they go a step further by exploring the limits of a man's willingness to survive at any cost, and the sacrifices he will make when captured by the German army. They show that nothing is sacred as life and therefore, no sacrifice is too big. Finally, that we humans quickly forget the travails of life and return to our habits. Yes, it is a great film.
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