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TB6901 Zenabel (Ruggero Deodato)
TB6902 Giovanni ed Elviruccia (TV Series-Paolo Panelli)
TB6903 Amore e rabbia (Marco Bellocchio, Pier Paolo Pasolini, Elda Tattoli, Carlo Lizzani, Jean-Luc Godard, Bernardo Bertolucci)
TB6904 La Femme carlate ( Jean Valre)
 
 
TB6901 Zenabel (Ruggero Deodato)
Stars Lucretia Love
John Ireland
Lionel Stander
Country Italy | France
Runtime 99 min
Date 12 December 1969 (Italy)
Also Known As:
France Zenabel
West Germany Die Jungfrau mit der scharfen Klinge
West Germany Grafin der Lust
01, 02, 03, 04, 05
Zenabel, a young woman from a humble background, discovers that she is actually the daughter of a Spanish nobleman who was killed by a ruthless don, Alonso, who took the title. So Zenable assembles a group of misfit friends to reclaim her title. (IMDB)
On her father's deathbed, Zenabel learns that she is of nobler birth and that she was adopted as a kid for her own protection during a coup. Being aware of her new ancestry, she decides to reclaim the throne. Standing by her side are several virgins she saved from the Baron's desirous minions and the bandit Gennaro is on her side as well. But can this unorthodox group defeat the wicked Baron? Zenabel is quite an entertaining sword-fighting movie by Ruggero "Cannibal Holocaust" Deodato. With a femine touch (more liberty for women blah blah) and yet very revealing when it comes to the female body. The Greek VHS contains two longer scene but it also lacks a rather long love scenes. Furthermore, the VHS has been zoomed in to Fullscreen. The (not re-shot) scenes from the German DVD are also missing on the VHS. (Here)
Loosely based on the Italian comic book character Isabella - the first of the long series of erotic comic books that were published in Italy during the late Sixties - this is a so-so adventure-comedy, full of naked women, showing mostly their breasts, and full of clownish fight scenes, bad jokes and bad music. Zenabel discovers that she is the heiress of a duke killed by the evil Don Alonso and so she forms an army of women - a mix between Brancaleone's army and the women from Aristoteles comedy Lisistrata - to claim back her title. She will get what she wants, gaining also the love of a brigand in the meantime. Almost potable, for what is worth, and a good rendition of the original comic book on which it is based. (Here)
In the Middle Ages, an all-woman gang and an all-male band join forces to rid the country of a tyrannical baron.A band of women tries to overthrow a tyrannical baron. (Here)
About Music
Bruno Nicolai Italy 1926-1991)
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Ennio Morricone
Ennio Morricone (Italy)
Bruno Nicolai (20 May 1926 in Rome C 16 August 1991 in Rome) was an Italian film music composer, orchestra director and musical editor most active in the 1960s through the 1980s. While studying piano and composition at the Santa Cecilia Conservatory in Rome, he befriended Ennio Morricone and formed a long working relationship, with Nicolai eventually conducting for and co-scoring films with Morricone. Nicolai also scored a number of giallo exploitation films and wrote a large number of scores for director Jess Franco. His work was featured in the Quentin Tarantino film Kill Bill: Volume 2.WIKI)
Ennio Morricone: was born 10 November 1928) is an Italian composer, orchestrator, conductor, and former trumpet player. A classmate of director Sergio Leone with whom he would form one of the great director/composer partnerships (right up there with Eisenstein & Prokofiev, Hitchcock & Herrmann, Fellini & Rota), Ennio Morricone studied at Rome's Santa Cecilia Conservatory, where he specialized in trumpet. His first film scores were relatively undistinguished, but he was hired by Leone for Per un pugno di dollari (1964) on the strength of some of his song arrangements. His score for that film, with its sparse arrangements, unorthodox instrumentation (bells, electric guitars, harmonicas, the distinctive twang of the jew's harp) and memorable tunes, revolutionized the way music would be used in Westerns,......(IMDB, WIKI)
Composer Bruno Nicolai; Conductor Ennio Morricone (ChiMai) ;
Music by Ennio Morricone ... music director; Bruno Nicolai (IMDB)
Composer(s): Bruno Nicolai ; Ennio Morricone (conductor) (Soundrack)
Composer by (Musiche De)- Bruno Nicolai ; Conductor (Diretta Da)Ennio Morricone (Discogs)
Mudiche Bruno Nicolai ; Ennio Morricone (WIKI)
Contradictory information floating around about Morricone's [minor] involvement with this score. (CHIMAI Bob Hendrikx Notes on ZENABEL )
The film subtitle shows composer is Bruno Nicolai 02' 04" , Produktionsleitung is Ennio Morricone (02'23")
Summary for the music "Contradictory information floating around about Morricone's [minor] involvement with this score(CHIMAI Bob Hendrikx Notes on ZENABEL ) Despite most major web sites shown the composers are Bruno Nicolai and Ennio Morricone for the film, but they also shown Morricone's role only is conducter (Italian diretti). Even though only Bruno Nicolai is its composer and Ennio Morricone is conductor in CHIMAI, but it listed all 31 tracks in the album for Ennio Morricone. So we still needs further study for the composer's credits problem
Above: Related info in CHIMAI 01, 02, 03
Related Albums (Part)
Zenabel (Music by Bruno Nicolai; Director by Ennio Morricone) 16 music
Zenabel (Music by Bruno Nicolai; Director by Ennio Morricone) 31 music
Zenabel
OST of Zenabel (Only for Ennio Morricone)
Composer Bruno Nicolai; Conductor Ennio Morricone
1.C'Era Una Volta (04:35)
11.Can Can Dei Piccioni (04:22) 21.I Vagabondi (01:36)
2.Marcetta Dei Cafoni (02:09)
12.Marcia Di Zenabel (01:03) 22.C'Era Una Volta (02:35)
3.Burrasca (02:55)
13.Spruzzi (00:51) 23.La Rivolta (01:24)
4.Gamba Gamba (02:05)
14.All'Attacco (02:11) 24.C'Era Una Volta (03:19)
5.Verso La Meta (01:31)
15.Il Filtro E La Strega (01:24) 25.Gamba Gamba (English version) (02:14)
6.Giullare (01:06)
16.C'Era Una Volta (01:29) 26.Verso La Meta (01:26)
7.La Rivolta (02:51)
17.La-Lu-Le (English version) (03:05) 27.Ola Moira (03:44)
8.La-Lu-Le (03:07)
18.Marcia Di Zenabel (00:47) 28.Trama Sul Barone (02:10)
9.I Vagabondi (01:19)
19.Gamba Gamba (00:48) 29.La Cospirazione Di Zenabel (01:18)
10.Sdegni Amorosi (02:08)
20.Burrasca (01:13) 30.Gennaro E Le Donne (01:34)
 
    31.Verso Le Guardie (01:18)
Zenabel 56 web site 04'58")
YouTube full film 01, 02, 03
 
TB6902 Giovanni ed Elviruccia (TV Series-Paolo Panelli)
Stars Paolo Panelli
Bice Valori
Giuseppe Bergantini
Country Italy
Runtime 3h 20min TV Mini-Series (1970C )
Date 9 January 1970 (Italy)
Also Known As:
 
 
01, 02, 03, 04, 05
Paolo Panelli e Bice Valori su Rai.tv: Luned 8 novembre, Rai.tv. A 41 anni di distanza torna su Bianco e Nero in esclusiva per il web Giovanni e Elviruccia, la storica fiction (1969) con la regia di Paolo Panelli, la sceneggiatura di Suso Cecchi DAmico e musiche originali di Ennio Morricone. La prima puntata quella dellincontro, in cui Giovanni (Paolo Panelli) conosce Elvira (Bice Valori): da quel momento i loro destini si incroceranno dando vita ad una delle pi brillanti commedie che riflette la comicit italiana degli anni Sessanta. Tra le chicche della prima puntata, prima dellinizio della fiction, una esilarante parodia dellautore cinematografico impegnato nel mnage domestico e nella trasmissione televisiva della sua opera prima. Paolo Panelli e Bice Valori, una delle coppie pi affiatate e brillanti dello spettacolo italiano in unopera fuori dal tempo e vera chicca dellarchivio Rai. Solo sul canale Bianco e Nero, la web tv dedicata alla grande tv del passato, e su Rai.tv. archivio e risorsa ricca di contenuti ancora attuali come questa serie originale e geniale. (Rai)

Rai.Tv rispolvera la fiction dantan: on line una serie con Bice Valori e Paolo Panelli

su rai Sabato 19/01/2008 da Giorgia Iovane in Fiction italiane, Rai, Serie Tv, Web Ultimo aggiornamento: Venerd 18/01/2008 21:29

Rai.tv, il canale multimediale della Tv di Stato, scava nel suo passato e ripropone al giovane pubblico del web una serie davvero storica, Giovanni e Elviruccia, fiction del 1969 con Paolo Panelli e Bice Valori, una delle coppie pi affiatate e brillanti dello spettacolo italiano. In alto uno sketch di Paolo Panelli tratto da Teatro 10. Sposatisi nel 1952, il sodalizio amoroso e professionale di Bice Valori e Paolo Panelli ha attraversato la storia del teatro, del cinema e della tv italiana: dalle commedie musicali ai memorabili sketch tv, la loro mimica e i dialoghi serrati hanno accompagnato generazioni di italiani dagli anni 50 fino alla fine degli anni 70.
Ora la Rai ripropone in esclusiva web, su Rai.tv, una loro serie nella quale interpretano una coppia, quella di Giovanni ed Elviruccia appunto, impegnata nel condurre, tra una battuta e laltra, il proprio mnage familiare. La prima puntata, on line da ieri, ruota intorno al primo incontro tra Giovanni, organizzatore di spettacoli cinematografici, ed Elviruccia: un incontro tragicomico che avviene durante una proiezione allaperto funestata dal maltempo e che segner le loro vite. La serie fu diretta dallo stesso Panelli, mentre soggetto e sceneggiatura portano la firma di Suso Cecchi DAmico. Addirittura un futuro premio Oscar realizz le musiche, ovvero Ennio Morricone. Prepariamoci a godere questo frammento di tv dantan, fatta di idee a volte molto semplici ma sempre ben realizzate. Nel frattempo, un altro video con uno degli sketch pi famosi con la Valori protagonista, nel ruolo della centralinista della Rai Tv. Here)

Giovanni, un organisateur de spectacle cinmatographique en tourne pour la Maremma. Au cours d'une projection tragi-comique dans un endro (Here)

Giovanni un organizzatore di spettacoli cinematografici itinerantu in giro per la Maremma. Nel corso di un tragicomica proiezione all'aperto funestata dalla pioggia conosce Elviruccia e da quel momento i loro destini si incrociano. (Here )

Summary of the film: 1969 Italy film (TV Series, total 4 episodes). Director Paolo Panelli, starring Paolo Panelli, Bice Valori,Giuseppe Bergantini, total length 200 minutes. In the 1950s, Giovanni was the organizer of a traveling film show. once when they show a tragicomedy movie in the outdoor,suddenly encountered a storm attack,there he met Elviruccia.Since then, their fate began to cross together. Their real life just is like the tragicomedy movie,recorded the change and development of history of Italian drama, film and Italy TV in the last century 50's to 70's, showing an unforgettable sketch from the musical theater age to the television age.

 
About Music
Ennio Morricone
Ennio Morricone (Italy)
Ennio Morricone: was born 10 November 1928) is an Italian composer, orchestrator, conductor, and former trumpet player. A classmate of director Sergio Leone with whom he would form one of the great director/composer partnerships (right up there with Eisenstein & Prokofiev, Hitchcock & Herrmann, Fellini & Rota), Ennio Morricone studied at Rome's Santa Cecilia Conservatory, where he specialized in trumpet. His first film scores were relatively undistinguished, but he was hired by Leone for Per un pugno di dollari (1964) on the strength of some of his song arrangements. His score for that film, with its sparse arrangements, unorthodox instrumentation (bells, electric guitars, harmonicas, the distinctive twang of the jew's harp) and memorable tunes, revolutionized the way music would be used in Westerns,......(IMDB, WIKI)
 
Composer: Ennio Morricone (CHIMAI); Series Music by Ennio Morricone (IMDB)
Summary for the music All info show the composer is Ennio Morricone
Above: Related info in CHIMAI 01, 02, 03
Related Albums (Part)
I giorni tuoi, le notti mie (1-1)
Ennio Morricone The Bossa Nova & Samba Soundtracks (1-22)
Ennio Morricone Rare & Unreleased Soundtracks from the 60s & 70s (1-1-14)
OST of Giovanni ed Elviruccia (Only for Ennio Morricone)
No.
Name (Length)
Audition
Note
001
Giovanni ed Elviruccia: I Giorni Tuoi, le Notti Mie No. 1 (Titoli) (02:10)
All tracks from the Album:
Ennio Morricone Rare & Unreleased Soundtracks from the 60s & 70s
002
Giovanni ed Elviruccia: I Giorni Tuoi, le Notti Mie No. 2 (01:42)
003
Giovanni ed Elviruccia: Giovanni ed Elviruccia No. 1 (02:33)
004
Giovanni ed Elviruccia: I Giorni Tuoi, le Notti Mie No. 3 (02:15)
005
Giovanni ed Elviruccia: I Giorni Tuoi, le Notti Mie No. 4 (01:47)
006
Giovanni ed Elviruccia: I Giorni Tuoi, le Notti Mie No. 5 (02:06)
007
Giovanni ed Elviruccia: I Giorni Tuoi, le Notti Mie No. 6 (01:36)
008
Giovanni ed Elviruccia: I Giorni Tuoi, le Notti Mie No. 7 (02:52)
009
Giovanni ed Elviruccia: I Giorni Tuoi, le Notti Mie No. 8 (00:50)
010
Giovanni ed Elviruccia: Giovanni ed Elviruccia No. 2 (01:16)
011
Giovanni ed Elviruccia: I Giorni Tuoi, le Notti Mie No. 9 (02:10)
012
Giovanni ed Elviruccia: I Giorni Tuoi, le Notti Mie No. 10 (00:54)
013
Giovanni ed Elviruccia: I Giorni Tuoi, le Notti Mie No. 11 (02:55)
014
Giovanni ed Elviruccia: I Giorni Tuoi, le Notti Mie No. 12 (Vocal) (03:39)
Giovanni ed Elviruccia from RAI (TV Series Total 4 episodes)
4-1 Il primo incontro del protagonista Giovanni (Paolo Panelli) con Elviruccia (Bice Valori). La puntata ha un originale incipit con Valori e Panelli nella vita reale in attesa della prima della serie appena realizzata. (Here) 4-2 Il rapporto di odio-amore tra il diffidente Giovanni e la vitale Elviruccia continua tra fraintendimenti e slanci. Paolo Panelli e Bice Valori nella loro unica serie televisiva (Here) 4-3 Il primo incontro del protagonista Giovanni (Paolo Panelli) con Elviruccia (Bice Valori). La puntata ha un originale incipit con Valori e Panelli nella vita reale in attesa della prima della serie appena realizzata (Here) 4-4 L'ultima puntata della storia di "Giovanni e Elviruccia". Paolo Panelli e Bice Valori nella loro unica serie televisiva con la regia dello stesso Panelli (Here)
 
TB6903 Amore e rabbia / Love and Anger (Marco Bellocchio, Pier Paolo Pasolini, Elda Tattoli, Carlo Lizzani, Jean-Luc Godard, Bernardo Bertolucci)
Stars Tom Baker
Julian Beck
Jim Anderson |
Country Italy | France
Runtime 102 min
Date 29 May 1969 (Italy)
Also Known As:
Bulgaria (Bulgarian title) ҧ ԧߧ
Spain Amor y rabia
France La contestation
France vangile 70
Hungary Szerelem s dh
Italy (alternative title) Vangelo '70
Poland Milosc i gniew
Poland (alternative title) Milosc i wscieklosc
Portugal Amor e Raiva
Turkey (Turkish title) Dnyanin en eski meslegi
West Germany Liebe und Zorn
World-wide (English title) Love and Anger
Five short stories with contemporary settings. In New York, people are indifferent to derelicts sleeping on sidewalks, to a woman's assault in front of an apartment building, and to a couple injured in a car crash. A man, stripped of his identity, dies in bed with actors expressing his agony. A cheerful, innocent young man walking a city street in a time of war pays a price for this innocence. A couple talks about cinema while it watches another couple talk of love and truth on the eve of one character's return to Cuba. Striking students take over a university classroom; an argument follows about revolution or incremental change. (IMDB)
01, 02, 03, 04

(User Reviews in IMDB) interesting and spotty set of films...for art cinema fans only.

spotty collection of shorts by 5 directors. some are intriguing, others are just plain tedious. let's go through them in order.

the first short is a merging of two stories about women being violated. they're two different narratives that are combined to tell the story of a woman in danger and then being saved. the first one starts off with a man chasing a woman through the city with lots of shots of indifferent people in their appartments doing their everyday thing. there are several shots of appartment buildings that gives a sense that this women is utterly helpless, she is lost in a world of concrete buildings that don't give any heed to her cries for help. cut to a different story about a guy trying to rescue a woman from a car accident, which seems like it was from another american tv show.

the second one is one by bertolocchi (spelling?) and is the most tedious of them all. weird artsy dancing, montage poses and strange noises emitting from these dancers. at first you think this place is a weird therapy session cuz the dancers look like they were pulled off hte street and they sit in a circle chanting something. then they do these weird moves with lots of moaning and groaning and incoherent mutterings. i think the segment of this session is called agony, so i guess these people are doing artsy interpretations of agony. then an old man comes a long, who's dying and all these people start dancing around him. this one runs on for about 20 minutes...20 minutes i'll never get back.

the third one is one about a man running through the streets. various shots of streets with various political images superimposed on top. i don't know what a lot of these images are, but i deduct they're about the vietnam war and other various political wars around the world. then occasionally, this man has a huge flower in his hands and he starts to dance in the streets to this happy dated italien pop music. it's these scenes that put a smile on my face cuz it's just so rediculous and fun to watch.

the 4th short film is by Jean luc godard. i've seen many godard films and this is a very typical godard film. you've got a couple...the girl is jewish and the guy is arabic. he kisses her, carass her naked body and talks in a way only godard characters do...a mixture of musings on love and politics. intercut with another couple who talk about the film that they're in. saying things like...."what's that over there?" "why, i think it's the opening of a film..." "i think they're gonna break up..." "if they break up, the film will be over..." etc. i have a general understanding of what godard's references and what he is talking about, so it doesn't feel as tedious to me as it would to others. but still......those who don't have a bit of academic background in film...you'd most likely like to keep away from this.

the last film is one about a debate going on in a university as a group of marxist students interupt a class to debate about marxist ideology and general anarchy against the university system. these students want a marxist revolution and a overthrow of the general university system. the dean, proffessor and the students in the class call for reform from inside the system. and there goes on a debate between change within the system vs. overthrowing the system. this discussion actually captivated me, despite the fact that this is pretty dated politics. this film being released in 1969, this is obviously a depiction of the kinds of political debates between students and institutions around 1968. where university students basically rioted and demostrated for a fairer university system and rejected old institutions while embracing marxism. for those who have an interest in the political demostrations of 1968 in europe, this film documents this point in time pretty well. it's clear that the film maker is on the side of the marxist students with the final shot of the film.

so what can you say over all about this collection of short films? overall, it's mostly a political film, especially with the last three stories and the credits rolling with the sound of dull thuds of foam bats beating people symbolizing police brutality. i think this film has a very specific film audience...either young students in the late 1960s (this audience obviously no longer exists), people who have an interest in any of the directors here or people who are interested in the history of 1968 and want to see an artistic representation of it. to everyone else, you've been warned. it's a collection of artsy political films you'd probably wouldn't want to watch. (User Reviews in IMDB)

The film is composed of episodes that deal with some of the themes present in Jesus' parables and anecdotes of the canonical gospels. These issues, however, are reproduced in the present from their directors.

Segments

A man is suffering from road, badly injured. Passers do not deign to look at him, and continue walking on their way. The episode is taken from Jesus' parable of the Good Samaritan.
Agony

A bishop is ill and about to die. Before he dies, the man has a vision of God, who tells him that his life has been misspent. The bishop realizes that he spent his life not properly respecting the gospel, but now it is too late.
The sequence of the paper flower

A beautiful smiling guy's walking on the streets of a city, bringing with him a large poppy paper. The boy is the goodness and innocence of youth, which is soon cut short by human wickedness. Indeed, while the merry boy is walking, the episode shows the evil done by man during the Second World War. At the end of the story, the boy is struck by lightning from the sky and dies, guilty of having been in his life a happy person and a good neighbor.
Love

A woman and a man're arguing with each other. They represent democracy and the people's revolution that can not get along, although their ideas are similar.
We tell, tell

A group of young guys occupies a university. Young people are fighters student revolution of the Sixties, and now that they have in hand the building, the guys begin to argue among themselves, bringing new ideas and changes. However, they do nothing but talk nonsense, not changing anything in society. (WIKI)

 
About Music
Giovanni Fusco Italy 1906-1968
Ennio Morricone
Ennio Morricone (Italy)
Giovanni FuscoGiovanni Fusco was born on October 10, 1906 in Sant'Agata de' Goti, Campania, Italy. He was a composer, known for L'Avventura (1960), Hiroshima mon amour (1959) and L'eclisse (1962). He died on May 31, 1968 in Rome, Lazio, Italy. Here a and here)
Ennio Morricone: was born 10 November 1928) is an Italian composer, orchestrator, conductor, and former trumpet player. A classmate of director Sergio Leone with whom he would form one of the great director/composer partnerships (right up there with Eisenstein & Prokofiev, Hitchcock & Herrmann, Fellini & Rota), Ennio Morricone studied at Rome's Santa Cecilia Conservatory, where he specialized in trumpet. His first film scores were relatively undistinguished, but he was hired by Leone for Per un pugno di dollari (1964) on the strength of some of his song arrangements. His score for that film, with its sparse arrangements, unorthodox instrumentation (bells, electric guitars, harmonicas, the distinctive twang of the jew's harp) and memorable tunes, revolutionized the way music would be used in Westerns, and it is hard to think of a post-Morricone Western score that doesn't in some way reflect his influence. Although his name will always be synonymous with the spaghetti Western, Morricone has also contributed to a huge range of other film genres: comedies, dramas, thrillers, horror films, romances, art movies, exploitation movies - making him one of the film world's most versatile artists. He has written nearly 400 film scores, so a brief summary is impossible, but his most memorable work includes the Leone films, Gillo Pontecorvo's La battaglia di Algeri (1966) , Roland Joff's The Mission (1986), Brian De Palma's The Untouchables (1987) and Giuseppe Tornatore's Nuovo Cinema Paradiso (1988), plus a rare example of sung opening credits for Pier Paolo Pasolini's Uccellacci e uccellini (1966)......(IMDB, WIKI)
Composer: Giovanni Fusco, Ennio Morricone (segment 'La sequenza del fiore di carta' ) (ChiMai) (CHIMAI); Music by Giovanni Fusco (IMDB)

Summary of the music The film includes 5 short films. 4 films of them composed by Giovanni Fusco, and 1 short film " La sequenza del fiore di carta"composed by Ennio Morricone. CHIMAI shows total 2 music: One is "Fruscio di foglie verdi", it is arranged by Ennio Morricone from 1968 film "Teorema" (TA6822); Other one is from J.S. Bach's "Matthaus-Passion" (1729), (The "Matthaus-Passion" includes 72 sub-music, here only cited small part). Unforturnaly, the film no released any album up to now, we only can find their track in the film video (See below video 5-3 04:58-05:35 and 06:49-0952

Above: "Fruscio di foglie verdi" is arranged from 1968 film "Teorema" (CHIMAI)
 
Above: Related info in CHIMAI 01, 02, 03
Related Albums (Part)
Unforturnaly, the film no released any album up to now, we only can find their track in the film video (See below video 5-3 04:58-05:35 and 06:49-0952
OST of Le Sedicenni (Only for Ennio Morricone)
No.
Name (Length)
Audition
Note
001
Fruscio di foglie verdi
----
Composer: Ennio Morricone; Arranger: Ennio Morricone CHIMAI)
From Teorema (1968)-Fruscio di foglie verdi Vocals: Trio Junior (CHIMAI)
002
Matthaus-Passion
----
Composer: J.S. Bach (1729)CHIMAI)
"Matthaus-Passion" includes 72 sub-music
01, 02, 03
Amore e rabbia segment 5-3 "La sequenza del fiore di carta" (56 web site 10'16")
 
TB6904R La Femme carlate / The Scarlet Lady ( Jean Valre)
Stars Monica Vitti
Maurice Ronet
Robert Hossein
Country France | Italy
Runtime 90 min
Date 14 May 1969 (France)
Also Known As:
Argentina La dama escarlata
Brazil A Dama Escarlate
Spain La mujer escarlata
Finland Viimeiset viettelykset
Greece (transliterated ISO-LATIN-1 title) I gynaika me tous 5 erastas
Hungary A skarltruhs n?
Italy La donna scarlatta
Portugal Dilema de uma mulher
Turkey (Turkish title) Kadin ve gurur - Sevgilimi ?ldrmeliyim
USA The Bitch Wants Blood
Europe (English title) (dubbed version) The Scarlet Lady
West Germany Kalte Augen
01, 02, 03, 04 01, 02
Comedy about self-made woman (Vitti) in Paris contemplating the idea of suicide at first, then murder. (IMDB)
Lucie (Monica Vitti) has a plan: First she will kill her lover (Maurice Ronet), and then herself. Everything suddenly changes, however, when she makes her intentions known to a mysterious man (Robert Hossein). (Here)
Lightweight but colorful fluff about an attractive Italian young woman (Monica Vitti) who is jilted by her French lover/business partner (Robert Hossein) and goes away to Paris with the intention of committing suicide but then thinks better of it and decides to bump the latter off instead. In the meantime, to curb her boredom, she picks up a marine salvage expert (Maurice Ronet) but immediately dumps him after divulging all her plans to him during a romantic dinner atop the Eiffel Tower. Somehow, while posing as a Swiss journalist, she gets entangled with a New York correspondent (a woefully wasted Claudio Brook), a shady Spaniard and the dope-addled manager of a French beat group; the latter perform a couple of awfully dated pop tunes and Brook's presence in a nightclub immediately brought to mind the similar but infinitely more wicked sequence which brilliantly concludes Luis Bunuel's SIMON OF THE DESERT (1965) in which Brook had the title role ...User Reviews in IMDB)
....the film is about a beautiful Italian businesswoman who, after being swindled out of her fortune by her boyfriend, travels to Paris to kill him before killing herself.WIKI)
A beautiful Italian businesswoman, Lucille Lombardi (Monica Vitti), discovers that her boyfriend and marketing director, Julien Auchard (Robert Hossein), has bankrupted her family business, cheated her out of her wealth, and left her penniless. Shocked by the betrayal, the loss of her villa in Nice, and feeling that all is lost, Lucille decides to sell her jewelry and binge on champagne and caviar before committing suicide. Her binge renders her intoxicated and leaves her daydreaming about revenge. At first she plans to leave Francois a note blaming him for her death, but realizing it would have little affect on him, she decides that revenge is the only coursethat she must kill Julien before ending her own life. Knowing that Julien travels to Paris every Friday, Lucille decides to hold off on suicide for one week until she has a chance to kill the man who ruined her life.

After arriving in Paris, Lucille buys an Austin Princess luxury car and sets about planning her revenge while continuing her lavish spending on designer clothing and food. Uncomfortable being alone, she invites a stranger named Francois (Maurice Ronet), a marine salvage expert, to have a romantic lunch with her at the Eiffel Tower. When Lucille reveals her intentions to end her life later that week, Francois shows genuine concern for her and states that he will not allow itthat he'll not leave her side. Lucille manages to elude him after lunch and he is unable to follow. In the coming days, Fran?ois desperately tries to locate her as she continues her spending spree on fine clothes and expensive food and champagne while waiting for her ex-boyfriend to arrive in Paris.

While posing as a Swiss journalist, Lucille becomes entangled with a New York News correspondent named John Bert (Claudio Brook), a shady Spaniard named Alberto de Villalonga (Albert Simono), and the drug-addled manager, Tom Sturges (Grard Lartigau), of an English rock group named The Timothys who just appeared at London's Royal Albert Hall. She goes on a series of dates, continuing her extravagant spending during her final days. Meanwhile, Fran?ois continues his desperate search for the woman he believes will kill herself on Friday. After receiving no help from the police, he tracks down all the Austin Princess owners in Paris, thinking it will lead him to Lucille. Despairing on not finding her, he resigns himself to his work, which involves a lucrative new salvage operation in Venezuela that will make him wealthy (from the shady Spaniard Alberto as it turns out).

On Thursday night, Lucille wanders the streets of Paris alone. A man approaches her, mistaking her for a prostitute, and she goes back to his place to have sex, later giving away the 300 francs she was paid. On Friday, Lucille meets Julien at the Paris-Orly Airport pretending she has a wealthy investor who can buy back the company that Julien now owns. Interested in the deal, Julien accompanies her to her hotel room where she pulls her gun, demanding that she accompany him to his appointment in Chantilly. Intending to kill them both in an auto accident, Lucille has second thoughts just as they are about to crash into an electrical pole. "You disgust me so much that it will save your life," she tells him, as she leaves at the roadside and drives away.

Back in Paris, Fran?ois spots Lucille's Austin Princess by chance and follows her to the Eiffel Tower, where she intends to end her life. At the top, Lucille considers jumping, but something prevents her. When Francois arrives at the top, he finds her eating dessert in the restaurant where they enjoyed their romantic lunch, and they smile at each other.WIKI)

 
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Michel Colombier (France 1939-2004)
Michel Colombier was born on May 23, 1939 in Lyon, France. He is known for his work on The Golden Child (1986), Man on Fire (2004) and The Money Pit (1986). He was married to Dana Colombier. He died on November 14, 2004 in Santa Monica, California, USA.
Music by Michel Colombier (IMDB)
Composer: Michel Colombier; Ennio Morricone (apparently rejected) (ChiMai) (CHIMAI);

Smmary of the music The film was composed by Michel Colombier. According to CHIMAI's info, the original composer is Ennio morricone, but "apparently rejected". However there is no more explanation in CHIMAI. We don't know if Morricone has composed for the film, or although he has been employed but not start to works? We only see all albums for the film show the OST is Michel Colombier's work

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