#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – After escaping from a gang of perverts, innocent and beautiful Nancy, an American hitchhiker, flees to the sun-kissed summer villa of the lascivious elderly millionaire, Joseph Noblart, nestled somewhere in the Amalfi Coast. But, there, too, an endless array of eccentrics awaits the statuesque, blue-eyed beauty. There’s Alex, a lecherous former procurer with peculiar tendencies; a German nurse enchanted by the work of Friedrich Nietzsche; a pair of tanned lesbians; a pianist with arthritis, and a stunning nudist girl. What is going on behind the mansion’s doors?
Plot: A young American woman traveling through Italy finds herself in a strange Mediterranean villa where nothing seems quite right.
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What? Is a psychedelic fairy tale about an American hippie who wanders into the decadent environment of a seaside villa in Italy after nearly being raped while hitchhiking. She is given a room and, within moments, begins undressing under the peeping eye of a perverted former pimp played by Marcelo Mastroianni, which causes the hippie girl to embark on a mysterious sexual journey. Things are, at the very least, strange within the villa. One inhabitant constantly groans in his room; a mysterious voyeur watches the girl through a hole in her wall; two women wander through the terrace both wearing fancy hats but only one wearing clothes; and of course Mosquito played by the man himself, Roman Polanski. A day after the girl stays in the house, she starts believing she is having déjà vu, each sexual fantasy after the next haunt her over and over again.
I certainly don’t consider this to be one of Polanski’s best. Due to the content, it is rather sad to see a great actor like Mastroianni in such a poorly developed film like this. Polanski, a filmmaker that previously showed the world he could make great films then decides to make such a poor film as this. Then again this is a hippie film, so for the times I guess it was ok. Nothing impressive to say the least, but since I’m a Polanski fan; lets just say I was just curious to see what he had to offer.
lovingly made with some style and is a joy to watch
What a surprise, and what fun! Although I remember seeing promotional shots of this movie back in the 70s, hearing no more about it, I eventually decided it must never have been made. But, here it is in all its craziness. The beginning is rather edgy as the delectable, Sydne Rome is almost gang raped before the action swings into slapstick and she escapes, albeit with ripped t-shirt. This is as fully dressed as she ever is in this ending up fully nude and leaving the madhouse as quickly as she entered it. An amazing cast clearly had great fun and Hugh Griffith is as animated as I’ve seen him as the lecherous old head of the household. Mastroianni is marvellous throughout (in and out of the tiger skin). But everybody enters into the spirit and if we never see Lollipop because she is always on her back being serviced by one of the ping pong players, we hear her shouting her encouraging, ‘Give it!’ in accompaniment to his, ‘Take it!’. Polanski is suitably quirky in a particularly quirky role and if the whole thing appears like some LSD inspired wonderland, it has been lovingly made with some style and is a joy to watch.
Original Language it
Runtime 1 hr 54 min (114 min), 1 hr 55 min (115 min) (Argentina), 1 hr 52 min (112 min) (USA), 1 hr 34 min (94 min) (VHS) (USA)
Director Roman Polanski
Writer Gérard Brach, Roman Polanski
Actors Marcello Mastroianni, Sydne Rome, Hugh Griffith
Country Italy, France, West Germany
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Mono (Westrex Recording System)
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
Laboratory Technicolor, USA
Film Length 3,110 m (Italy), 3,121 m (1974) (Finland)
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process Todd-AO 35
Printed Film Format 35 mm