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The Voyeur (Director's Cut)


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Product Details

  • Actors: Franco Branciaroli, Francesco Casale, Raffaella Offidani, Tinto Brass, Katarina Vasilissa
  • Directors: Tinto Brass
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, Director's Cut, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: Italian
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Cult Epics
  • DVD Release Date: February 26, 2008
  • Run Time: 100 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (52 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000ZJ2ZR2
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #70,559 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "The Voyeur (Director's Cut)" on IMDb

Special Features

The Voyeur, based on the famous erotic novel (L'uomo che guarda) by Alberto Moravia, tells the story of Eduardo Dodo, who in public is a professor of French literature but in private a desperately lovesick cuckold, married to the ever-more-elusive Silvia. His life shattered, he becomes an onlooker rather than a participant in life. Those around him though, seem to be living life to the fullest: his bedridden father has a scantily clad nurse and a series of lady friends; his students have unending sexual fun, sometimes in his presence; and even the public beach has become an orgy ground. Through a series of small revelations, Dodo slowly comes to realize who his rival is. The discovery, rather than destroying his marriage, strengthens and renews it. Erotic filmmaker Tinto Brass is here at the height of his powers, crafting an unforgettable fable of sexual desire. The music by Riz Ortolani is seductive, the sets and designs are sumptuous, and the photography is as stunning as Hitchcock's. The lead performers, Francesco Casale and Katarina Vasilissa (a Polish photo model) are both eye-catching. Cult Epics proudly presents the Uncut Italian language Director's Cut.

Special Features:

  • Widescreen Version (16x9 Enhanced)
  • Interview With The Director (2007)
  • Introducing A New Starlet: Angelita Franco (2007)
  • Photo Gallery
  • Tinto Brass Trailers

Editorial Reviews

The Voyeur, based on the famous erotic novel (L'uomo che guarda) by Alberto Moravia, tells the story of Eduardo "Dodo," who in public is a professor of French literature but in private a desperately lovesick cuckold, married to the ever-more-elusive Silvia. His life shattered, he becomes an onlooker rather than a participant in life. Those around him, though, seem to be living life to the fullest: his bedridden father has a scantily clad nurse and a series of lady friends; his students have unending sexual fun, sometimes in his presence; and even the public beach has become an orgy ground. Through a series of small revelations, Dodo slowly comes to realize who his rival is. The discovery, rather than destroying his marriage, strengthens and renews it.

Erotic filmmaker Tinto Brass is here at the height of his powers, crafting an unforgettable fable of sexual desire. The music by Riz Ortolani is seductive, the sets and designs are sumptuous, and the photography is as stunning Hitchcock's. The lead performers, Francesco Casale and Katarina Vasilissa (a Polish photomodel) are both eye-catching. Cult Epics hereby presents the Italina Director s Cut with optional English subtitles.

Customer Reviews

3.8 out of 5 stars

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173 of 181 people found the following review helpful By dooby on March 24, 2008
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This is a very enjoyable piece of softcore erotica. If you're a fan of Tinto Brass, you'll know what to expect. It is light-hearted, breezy and absolutely charming. It is filled with Brass' perennial obsessions - hairy bushes and succulent bottoms. Sadly, no peeing beauties this time round.

Based on Alberto Moravia's book "L'Uomo che Guarda" (The One who Watches - Voyeur) it revolves around a young Italian Literature Professor who has a preference for watching rather than doing. He has a very apt name - Dodo. His seriously hot wife gets so fed up that she resorts to extramarital affairs and finally threatens divorce. Meanwhile Dodo is immersed in a world where everyone else is happily doing it. His bedridden father does it with the sexy nurse who goes around topless and often bottomless as well. His students are all doing it, sometimes in public. One pretty student invites him over for a threesome but sadly he can only get his kicks by watching. At the local nudist beach, everyone is at it. When he finally finds out who his wife is having her fling with, there is at last a happy ending - of sorts.

Newcomer Katarina Vasilissa, a blonde Polish photomodel-turned-actress, looks stunning as Dodo's sexy wife. Thankfully she spends most of the time undressed and engaged in happy activities both in bed and on the beach. Cristina Garavaglia as the naughty nurse is equally watchable. Where blonde Katarina is smoulderingly hot, brunette Cristina is gaminely sexy. All the other bit players are equally attractive.

For softcore erotica, Voyeur is much more explicit than usual. There is copious full frontal nudity. Tinto Brass' lovingly lingering beaver shots are in abundance. I especially loved the Cigar scene (a tribute to Bill Clinton).
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60 of 68 people found the following review helpful By ABH457 on June 1, 2008
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This is a beautiful movie in every way. The filming, the lighting, the gorgeous pastel colors, the not-too-soft soft-focus, and of course the stunning women make this DVD a joy. Thank you Tinto Brass. Time to try other movies by him. The man has a jaw-droppingly healthy attitude toward sex, nudity, bodies, women, love, humor, and movie making. Moreover, "Voyeur" throws a vastly different slant on feminism from the one we are fed daily. If this movie doesn't show the empowerment of women -- in ways that men cannot but like, even though they (we) find hard to handle -- then what does? It may be fantasy, but Brass' approach brings men joy in showing women fulfilled and happy -- IN BEING WOMEN!! An Oscar for Tinto.....even though I think he has already enjoyed his share of earth's blessings!!
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48 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Thomas Mark Koch on July 1, 2010
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This film is a fraudulent version of the original. I was greatly disappointed when I watched this film. The original is very good but this version was dubbed in English and was edited in the typical American fashion treating all nudity as porn. I was disappointed to find all the male nudity was edited out. The original is very gratuitous with male and female nudity but it was obvious the film was edited for a straight male audience since every scene that showed Dodo or his father naked was deleted whereas the female parts were mostly kept whole. The reason I like foreign films is for their honest and open portrayal of stories (and unabashed nudity) but in this anglicized version, scene transgression is choppy since so much has been removed. I knew this was a film for a straight male audience but the version they are selling is not the film Tinto Brass made but some prudish version. This should have been made clear as I feel ripped-off and deceived into thinking I was getting an honest version of the film.
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27 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Charlie Spivey on May 22, 2008
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This is a typical Tinto Brass romp. Not much substance, but it was a fun and somewhat humorous movie. Due to Tinto's obvious and extensive use of male prosthectic devices, I am beginning to wonder if ED is an issue on the set. I know of one case in the movie, it was probably used in the sense of exageration. I don't remember if Tinto did his usual cameo, but I think so. If you are a fan of Tinto Brass, then you will probably enjoy this. I also have, Frivilous Lola, Private, and Cheeky. all of which I've enjoyed. These are reminiscent of the old Italian sex farces with Laura Antonelli, only on steriods. Charlie S.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By GemKB on October 28, 2008
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I haven't seen all of Tinto Brass' movies (yet), but so far this is the best. The story is not great, but we don't expect that anyway. Katarina Vasillissa is beautiful, both looks and body; and you can't help but love the maid. First ten minutes are worth the price of the disk, reverse strip is pretty cool.
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22 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Mikayel Abazyan on March 23, 2008
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I mostly read written reviews in order to get some info on the product itself, i.e. picture/sound quality, aspect ratio, bonus materials, bugs and problems, etc. So I hope this review might be of help.

The picture is good, although definitely not the best copy was used for this edition. Unfortunately, the frame cuts some of the picture at top and bottom, just like on the italian DVD (CVC edition, although the excellent VHS tape reveals the whole picture!). I would like to mention the english subtitles as the advantage of this edition though. Bonus interview with Tinto Brass is always welcome, just as in this case. Interesting, especially for those interested in his creative work.

As for the movie itself - it is simply great!

Subjective resume: worth paying money for the uncut edition.
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