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Jan 19 - Jan 22, Estimated Turin, Italy. The Festival aims to be a moment of liberation and expressive creation and it will take place in January in Turin, Italy. We believe in eroticism as a basic need of human beings and we want to show sex from different points of view, be they psychological, physical or social, but in any case liberating and non-discriminatory.
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Many of you yelled at the screen during it, but many others stood up and applauded at the end. Best actress went to Isabella Ferrari, who was heckled when she collected her award for her role in the film. The festival was for the first time under the direction of former Venice Film Festival head Marco Muller, who has been criticized for failing to attract Hollywood stars to the festival.
Hogan, a member of the international jury at the seventh edition of the festival. Many of you yelled at the screen during it, but many others stood up and applauded at the end. For the first time, the festival was directed by former Venice Film Festival head Marco Muller, who has been criticised for not attracting Hollywood stars.
The film is co-produced by Nicoletta Mantovani, the widow of opera legend Luciano Pavarotti. A steamy tale of a man unable to have sex with his wife, the woman he truly loves, but who cannot stop his sex addiction for prostitutes, screened to whistles and boos in at least one of its screenings during the festival. The jury defended their choice, Australian director P.
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Although this process continued into the s, it has widely been presumed that a later retrenchment of the commercial film industry, coupled with the consequent need for television co-productions functioned as the key determinants that motivated the return to a blander, more universally acceptable fare. To this extent, we would argue that markedly differing renditions of erotica between the s and s can be seen as much of a response to the wider social and political tensions of the period as it was to transitions in industry and production practices. The focus of our examination will be the erotic filoni produced by Dania Film, arguably the largest and most significant producer of popular genre films to emerge in Italy in the post-war period.