Upon the 50th anniversary of the release of La planète sauvage, we look back at the rebirth of a cult classic of both cinema and soundtracks.
The vocal version by Florinda Bolkan of the Ennio Morricone’s classic, retrieved and remastered from the CAM Sugar archive, is a treasure that keeps on giving. Is there anything that screams 1970s Italy more than a design-savvy, modernist chic set-up table around which debauchery is nonchalantly unwrapped, dish after dish? Most likely not. And that nonetheless is the ingredient that makes “Metti una a sera a cena” a gem of Italian cinema that keeps fascinating us, watch after watch. It never was conceived blockbuster (despite ending up being one) nor as an underground extravaganza. But a bourgeoisie drama, with thrilling...
The day Cannes turned psychedelic
Metti una bossa a cena
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Nino Rota’s music for Il Casanova di Federico Fellini: a masterpiece rooted in freedom