The Voyeur

January 27th, 1994







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Plot
At a college in Rome, a professor, nicknamed "Dodo" is in a deep depression. His stunningly beautiful wife has just left him for another man...

Release Year: 1994

Rating: 5.7/10 (900 voted)

Director: Tinto Brass

Stars: Katarina Vasilissa, Francesco Casale, Cristina Garavaglia

Storyline
At a college in Rome, a professor, nicknamed "Dodo" is in a deep depression. His stunningly beautiful wife has just left him for another man. Dodo wants her back very badly and has erotic daydreams about her. A beautiful young student in his class asks him for a ride home and seduces the lucky man, but still he wonders about his wife and her lover. Wile visiting his father he meets his dad's very sexy live-in nurse who takes care of much more then his broken leg. She tells Dodo of a beautiful young woman whose been having a sexual relationship with his father?

Writers: Tinto Brass, Alberto Moravia

Cast:
Katarina Vasilissa - Silvia
Francesco Casale - Dodò
Cristina Garavaglia - Fausta
Raffaella Offidani - Pascasie
Antonio Salines - Doctor
Eleonora De Grassi -
Gabri Crea -
Martine Brochard - Contessa
Franco Branciaroli - Alberto
Erika Savastani -
Paolo Murano -
Ted Rusoff - The Porking Attendant
Maria La Rosa -
Lulu -
Matteo -

Release Date: 27 January 1994



Box Office Details

Budget: $2,700,000(estimated)



User Review

Erotic and explicit

Rating: 10/10

The story of erotic films in the 1990s is largely a very sad one. American main stream cinema seems to avoid the subject altogether, B movies are obsessed with coupling sex with violence and death, and the typical porno is as exciting as drying paint. But there are a few exceptions, most notably the films of Tinto Brass, and this film here is a prime example.

What is so unique about Brass' films of this decade (and to a slightly lesser degree his 1980s films as well) is how they manage to combine eroticism with an explicitness that is close to hardcore porn, and that without ever looking seedy or overly stylish. Greatly supporting this effect are the music of Riz Ortolani and the excellent cinematography by Massimo Di Venanzo. With L'Uomo che guarda Brass seems to be telling the porno makers: "this is how a sex film can and should look like".

The UK certificated version of this is about 8 minutes shorter than the original, but even that version would have no chance of an R rating in the USA. The quality of the English dubbing is a bit better than usual, but still we have to endure the traditional incomprehensible fake American accent for the leading male as in so many Italian films.









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