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Tinto Brass Collection (2002)

Claudia Koll , Paolo Lanza , Tinto Brass  |  Unrated |  DVD
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  • Actors: Claudia Koll, Paolo Lanza, Franco Branciaroli, Ornella Marcucci, Isabella Deiana
  • Directors: Tinto Brass
  • Writers: Tinto Brass, Bernardino Zapponi, Carlo Goldoni, Francesco Costa, Jun'ichirô Tanizaki
  • Producers: Achille Manzotti
  • Format: Box set, Color, Special Edition, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: Italian
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Cav Distribution
  • DVD Release Date: June 17, 2003
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00009MEG3
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #701,124 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Tinto Brass Collection" on IMDb

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5.0 out of 5 stars SOME UNABASHEDLY VISUAL BLISS FROM ITALY August 22, 2006
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If you think that the female posterior goes underappreciated these days, then hurry up and enter the colorful and delightfully voyeuristic world of Tinto Brass, which is firmly ruled by the well-rounded derrieres of voluptuous Mediterranean earth maidens; unconventionally intelligent women all. No plastic skeleton dancers from Hollywood here.
THE KEY; MIRANDA; and ALL WOMEN DO IT; are the offerings in this wonderful set. All three films are sensually engrossing and invigorating to the highest degree, boasting commendable production values and masterful cinematography throughout. Especially, MIRANDA, my favorite among them, should prove to be the most potent tonic for our vital senses in this totally restored (and emphatically uncensored), pictorially perfect DVD release. What could be more fabulously joy inspiring than watching Miranda and the other free-spirited enchantresses get dressed and enticingly undressed again while the developments unfold in these high voltage melodramas?! That is a feast for the eyes, positively so!
The key that stimulates intimate encounters; Miranda's amatory restlessness; and a wife's amorous exploits make up the stories in the collection.
Watching these films will energize the shy peekaboo impulses in even the most seasoned couch potato. Tinto Brass has the men always marching at some eye-appealing distance behind the ladies. That way, the central themes in these films remain sensual and profoundly visual, rather than becoming philosophically profound. Don't be alarmed, Brass is no Antonioni. But still, one occasionally wonders if Stanley Kubrick's EYES WIDE SHUT actually borrowed a few thematic ideas from THE KEY.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Welcome to the World of Tinto Brass January 4, 2004
Cinema critics love to hate Tinto Brass and consider him one of the worst directors of all time, an evaluation that is totally unjustified (besides after Zalman King I don't know why any critic would consider any other director for this unenviable position!)
Tinto Brass, who gained international notoriety, courtesy of Penthouse supremo Bob Guccione with Caligula, his most famous English language film to date, is certainly not your average director. I very much liken him to Russ Meyer, as both men have unapologetically made films that were very personal and did not give any second thought about shocking audiences in the process.
Both men would have been considered 'dirty old men' had they chosen any other profession, but clearly they display through the medium of cinema their love and even obsession with voluptuous female figure that would have made any 16th century artist grab his brush fast, and their obvious fetishes (Meyer for the female 'chest' and Brass for the female 'backside' to put it mildly.)
Yet Brass, who has made around 16 erotic films to date, has a particular style that makes him different from most erotic directors, including Meyer.
1-His films are distinctly Italian, in their settings, the atmosphere,the landscape and the women that ooze femininity.
2-Although erotic films do follow generally one set formula, up to the extent that they all end up looking alike after a while, Brass manages to infuse lots of originality in his films, despite the repetitive plots.
3-The sex scenes are pretty explicit, but more so in his photography of the women in various stages of cloth shedding, lying in bed etc...His appreciation of women, with the focus on a certain anatomy is very obvious.
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1 of 3 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars titalating good fun January 27, 2010
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If you expect great things by way of acting, direction or plot, you've got the wrong movie
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1.0 out of 5 stars Not as erotic as modern day films March 23, 2006
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Overall not impressive in the slightest... "All Ladies Do It" defines itself as erotica and was supposed to be quite explicit back in the 1970's when it was first filmed... but quite frankly today's modern day movies (Halle Berry in Monster's Ball comes to mind for example) tend to be much more explicit than this particular DVD, which I found to be rather tame and to be honest just plain boring as far as the erotic content was concern... despite the movie's claims that it's "unrated" and "explicit" the sex scenes are far too short, very unrealistic (e.g. unconvincing) and seem to shy away from the really explicit stuff... yes the male appendages are clearly shown in the movie as well as close ups of the female equipment but Tinto Brass somehow seems to feel that flashing close ups of private parts at the audience will substitute for showing, well, "action" for lack of a better word... it doesn't. I was hoping for something like an unrated, uncut version of Wild Orchid (where the camera isn't like a zillion feet away from the action during the sex scenes for example - you know what I mean, when the camera pans so far away you can't clearly see and enjoy what's going on) and was also hoping an import would allow me to circumvent the ridiculous amount of censorship America puts on erotic titles, but no such luck with this particular set of DVD's. I'm not even going to bother showing these DVD's to my wife out of fear of her falling asleep... I was so disapointed that I didn't even bother opening the other movies (The Key, Miranda) that came in this boxed selection, maybe they'll be better but after all the buzz (about how "erotic" it is that is) I heard about "All Ladies Do It" I doubt those two DVD's will be any better. As far as a plotline or actual story in the movie, there is none. I plan on selling this collection of DVD's off online as soon as possible in order to recoup at least some of the money I wasted purchasing it.
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