Una voglia da morire (1965) AKA Dangerous Pleasures

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Two women on vacation decide to see who the better seductress is. When an accident causes tragedy, their husbands do what they can to cover all traces of a scandal.

Director: Duccio Tessari. AKA Dangerous Pleasures
Writers: Enzo Battaglia (story), Lorenzo Gicca Palli (screenplay and story), Duccio Tessari (screenplay).
Stars: Raf Vallone, Annie Girardot, Alberto Lionello, Régine Ohann, Sophie Daumier, Michel Lemoine, Carlo Giordana, Lorella De Luca, Giuliano Giunti, Calisto Calisti, Mario Lanfranchi.
Cinematographer: Carlo Carlini.
Composer: Giampiero Boneschi.

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5 Comments

  1. Wolfgang Jahn
    January 3, 2023
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    That’s a madly rare movie, which hardly anybody has seen in the last decades. I am thrilled to finally find it here. Has a FANTASTIC jazz score by Giampiero BONESCHI, which was released on a super-rare soundtrack LP back then (SURF 40001).

    Will watch it now. 👍🙂

  2. Wolfgang Jahn
    January 3, 2023
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    31:30 😂🤣👍👍

  3. Wolfgang Jahn
    January 4, 2023
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    1:30:44 how true … I got to remember this on occasion. 👍

  4. Wolfgang Jahn
    January 4, 2023
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    This is a weird/odd movie. Not a bad one, not a great one, well acted, but not extremely well. However, the soundtrack is STELLAR, so a must-see/hear for jazz-lovers. I rate it 6-7/10 and the score is 10/10.

    I do like the last 10 minutes and the ending. And the thesis “reason requires conscience” is interesting… I probably disagree. It would be great, if this thesis would be correct, but looking at what’s happening out there … many people claim to be reasonable, but most of them do not have a conscience. They of course claim to have one, but they’re wrong … unfortunately.

  5. Yousra
    January 10, 2023
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    Thanks for uploading this rare film.

    Please more Annie Girardot films!

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