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Roman Polanski described it as the ribald adventures of an innocent girl. More than four decades after it's controversial release, it remains the most butchered, debated and least-seen film of the Oscar-winning director's entire career. The succulent Sydne Rome stars as an oft-naked American girl lost inside a Mediterranean villa inhabited by priests, pianists, perverts and a pimp (a deliciously bizarre performance by Marcello Mastroianni) while indulging in madcap acts that even include ping-pong. Hugh Griffith (Tom Jones), Romolo Valli (Boccaccio 70) and Polanski himself co-star in this surreal and sexy comedy, now finally restored to it's original running time from a vault print reportedly stolen from the wine cellar of producer Carlo Ponti!
Roman Polanski described it as the ribald adventures of an innocent girl. More than four decades after it's controversial release, it remains the most butchered, debated and least-seen film of the Oscar-winning director's entire career. The succulent Sydne Rome stars as an oft-naked American girl lost inside a Mediterranean villa inhabited by priests, pianists, perverts and a pimp (a deliciously bizarre performance by Marcello Mastroianni) while indulging in madcap acts that even include ping-pong. Hugh Griffith (Tom Jones), Romolo Valli (Boccaccio 70) and Polanski himself co-star in this surreal and sexy comedy, now finally restored to it's original running time from a vault print reportedly stolen from the wine cellar of producer Carlo Ponti!
663390001028

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Format: Blu-Ray
Label: SRVN
Rel. Date: 04/26/2016
UPC: 663390001028

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Roman Polanski described it as the ribald adventures of an innocent girl. More than four decades after it's controversial release, it remains the most butchered, debated and least-seen film of the Oscar-winning director's entire career. The succulent Sydne Rome stars as an oft-naked American girl lost inside a Mediterranean villa inhabited by priests, pianists, perverts and a pimp (a deliciously bizarre performance by Marcello Mastroianni) while indulging in madcap acts that even include ping-pong. Hugh Griffith (Tom Jones), Romolo Valli (Boccaccio 70) and Polanski himself co-star in this surreal and sexy comedy, now finally restored to it's original running time from a vault print reportedly stolen from the wine cellar of producer Carlo Ponti!
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