Tinto Brass is an Italian filmmaker and actor, best known for his work in films, such as ‘Caligula’ (1979), ‘Paprika’ (1991), and ‘Trasgredire’ (2000). As a filmmaker, he has influenced avant-garde cinema with his experimental projects. Tinto made his debut as a film director in the 1963 film ‘Who Works Is Lost,’ ‘which was screened at the ‘Venice Film Festival’ and received good reviews. Some of his popular projects as a director include ‘La vacanza’ (1971), ‘Corti Circuiti Erotici’ (1998), ‘The Voyeur’ (1994), and ‘Dropout’ (1970). As an actor, he made his first appearance in the 1964 film ‘Woman Is a Wonderful Thing.’ He made his TV debut on an episode of the TV miniseries ‘La felicità’ (1981). Some of his popular films include ‘Il nostro messia’ (2008) and ‘Canepazzo’ (2012). His list of failed films includes ‘The Key’ (1983), ‘Lucignolo’ (1999), and ‘La rabbia’ (2008).
Immacolata is a peasant girl who is also the mistress of the count. However, one day the count decides to turn his attention back to his wife, and gets his mistress committed to a mental asylum. However, when she leaves the asylum, she is rejected by her family. She soon forms a friendship with some gypsies and an Englishman.
While looking for an apartment to rent along with her Venetian boyfriend, Carla eventually finds an apartment overlooking the Thames. Soon, she gets acquainted with Moira, a hyper-horny lesbian real estate agent.
This drama film revolves around the life of a 27-year-old, who is living in Venice, and is trying to figure out whether he should accept a job. Meanwhile, he also reflects on his love life.
A man referred to as ‘Yankee’ rides into a desolate town in frontier New Mexico. He comes to know that the area is completely under a man who is known as ‘Grand Cougar’. The two men eventually start battling for dominance.
The Flying Saucer is a science fiction film which revolves around American as well as Russian spies who are investigating the existence of UFOs, and whether they are friendly and can be trusted.
Caligula is a historical drama film, which revolves around the tragic story of Gaius Germanicus Caligula, Rome’s most infamous Caesar. The film depicts how he rises to power and how he eventually meets his downfall.
The Italian film follows a bride, Anita, who escapes her wedding with a stranger Coso, to embark on a surreal journey. Traveling through weird lands they meet talking animals, chat with a philosophy-spouting rock, encounter hippie girls at a psychedelic hotel and start a riot at a political prison. They escape a cannibal family living in tree and fight with a wind-up midget dictator.
The Italian black comedy follows upper-class Italian woman Barbara, who travels to London with husband Paolo on his work-trip. While sightseeing on her own, she becomes aware of being pursued by an African-American man. As she contemplates taking on the opportunity of an afternoon adventure, she is faced with many questions……about her own life, and contemporary issues like war, religion, racial clashes, etc.
Loosely based on Sergio Donati's novel Il sepolcro di carta and originally titled Col cuore in gola, the film was released in the United States as I Am What I Am. The story follows a French actor, who finds a beautiful woman bending over the corpse of a London night club owner and runs off with her, having full faith in her story.
Action is a dark comedy drama film which tells the story of an actor suffering from hero syndrome. He soon finds himself in complicated situations and eventually gets locked up in a mental asylum with an actress and an old man.