Monamour

June 10th, 2006







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Plot
Dario is a little publisher from Milano. He is joining the Mantova Festival Letteratura (Book fair) 2004...

Release Year: 2006

Rating: 5.4/10 (1,052 voted)

Director: Tinto Brass

Stars: Anna Jimskaia, Riccardo Marino, Max Parodi

Storyline
Dario is a little publisher from Milano. He is joining the Mantova Festival Letteratura (Book fair) 2004. Marta, his unsatisfied wife, accompanies him. Leon is a French designer-photographer. While Dario is busy with his own business, Marta take a visit to the celebrated Palazzo Te; here under Giulio Romano's fresco representing Jupiter's erected penis she meets Leon. Immediately they become lovers and spend the entire book exhibitions' days making love almost everywhere. This liaison will have soon effects also on the regular one between Marta and Dario.

Writers: Tinto Brass, Carla Cipriani

Cast:
Anna Jimskaia - Marta
Riccardo Marino - Leon
Max Parodi - Dario
Nela Lucic - Sylvia
Lucia Lucchesino -
Virginia Barrett - Singer at Restaurant
Leo Mantovani -
Massimo Caradonna -
Federico Cesareo -
Matteo Andreotti -
Mario Gagliardotto -
Silvio Marsaglia -
Andrea Di Blasio -
Claudio Moioli -
Marco Maiello -

Release Date: 10 June 2006

Filming Locations: Mantua, Lombardia, Italy

User Review

Not the best movie to tie up on Brass cinema.

Rating: 5/10

Typical movie of Brass's last licentious period. For those who don't know Tinto Brass I'm talking of his third period, from 'Così fan tutte' to this repetitive 'Monamour'. Nothing comparable to his previous period (from 1983 'La Chiave' to 1991 'Paprika'). Repetitive is the right attribute to this nasty movie, that lost the originality of 'Capriccio' or 'Senso 45'. It is another movie full of Brass obsessions like hungry voluptuous women, impatient to be sodomized, to be unfaithful, to go with everyone but not their husbands. Incredibly the sets are more or less the same of 'Senso '45', 'Fermo posta Tinto Brass' and 'Fallo!'. So the photography. Nothing new at all, also some shots are the same. On the background anyway you can still find out the usual Brass' hymn to sensuality and lust.

More interesting is, on the DVD edition (region 2), the making off, that show us all the tricks used to film all the 'deep impact' explicit sex scenes (i.e. fake penis, fake prospectives etc. etc.). Anna Jimskaia is Ukraine (just for your info) and was chosen by director for her bottom… As usual!

SPOILERS follow.

The plot is very easy. During 2005 Mantova Festival Letteratura edition , Marta the deluded wife of Dario, a writer, meet Leon and start the habitual Brass lust-driven adventure. If you already saw the last seven Tinto's movie you won't find anything new, a part from the wonderful location (I would say better than the Venice of 'La Chiave' or 'Senso '45'…).

My vote is 5 out of 10.









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