Blue Movie

Directed by Alberto Cavallone

Year: 1973
Running Time: 84
Color Type: Color
Country: Italy
Language: Italian [audio]
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Blue Movie

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Directed by Alberto Cavallone


Touching upon art, trauma, madness and sexual perversion Blue Movie is one of the most obscure of the many late 70s Italian genre films, the film centers around Silvia (Dirce Funari) who has suffered an attempted rape. She escapes the attack and is rescued by Claudio (Claude Maran), a photographer who takes her under his wing. Claudio is obsessed by war images that tell of death, devastation and pain. While working with a supermodel, Daniela (Danielle Dugas), it appears that their relationship is bordering sado-masochistic. Things slowly build, with a fair dose of nudity and perversion. Observing all this as best she can Silvia begins to fall in love with Claudio, however she struggles to discern between reality and her traumatic past, especially while Daniela, who is locked in a room, regresses to an almost bestial dimension.
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