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    Quote Originally Posted by Giorgio Brass
    Ecco una foto del Maestro De Masi impegnato in una sana lettura.
    Mmmmh...legge... o guarda le figure?

  2. #62

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paolo
    Mmmmh...legge... o guarda le figure?
    Ti dico quello che mi diceva, lo riporto quasi parola per parola:

    "Ma che bello questo libro! Lo voglio!
    Dove lo posso trovare?"

    E poi, quando ha visto una foto di Fulci da giovane (quella con Steno, a pagina 18) si è realmente commosso e ha detto:

    "Lucio... Lui era proprio così quando l'ho conosciuto..."

  3. #63

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giorgio Brass
    Purtroppo non siamo autorizzati a vendere all'estero...
    Per avere i dvd bisogna comprarli su siti tipo quello della Fnac, Amazon et similia.
    Altrimenti su siti italiani come thrauma.com...
    Grazie, mi organizzerò.
    Vedere tutto, tollerare molto, correggere una cosa alla volta"
    "N'der caffè nun ce vo' lo zucchero, ce vo' la sambuca"



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    Default Re: Lo Squartatore di New York [special edition]

    Quote Originally Posted by Giorgio Brass
    Purtroppo non siamo autorizzati a vendere all'estero...
    Per avere i dvd bisogna comprarli su siti tipo quello della Fnac, Amazon et similia.
    Altrimenti su siti italiani come thrauma.com...
    Capito. Quando passi da Brux?
    "Capisco il bacio al lebbroso, ma non ammetto la stretta di mano al cretino."

    "Sborone a priori eletto ufficialmente da SWAT" in data 8/11/2004

    We ma sei un bel ditino pure tu,eh?


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    Tanto per.....a che prezzo si vendono in Francia ?
    Vedere tutto, tollerare molto, correggere una cosa alla volta"
    "N'der caffè nun ce vo' lo zucchero, ce vo' la sambuca"



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    Quote Originally Posted by Venticello
    Tanto per.....a che prezzo si vendono in Francia ?
    24.90 euri

  7. #67

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    Per la vostra gioia arricchisco la locupletata photogallery che accompagna questo topic con un'immagine dove sono in compagnia di Rosario Prestopino e di una testa recentemente realizzata per Demoni 3... (non ve l'aspettavate questa news, eh?)


  8. #68

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    Demoni 3??

    Se avete qualche dritta su dove prendere i dvd di Fulci (ed anche quello di Emanuelle e gli ultimi cannibali). fate sapere!
    "L' UOMO DALLE MILLE RISORSE" nominato ufficialmente da SWAT in data 15/8/05


    Visioni:

  9. #69

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    Quote Originally Posted by luciferrising
    Demoni 3??
    Come dice lo stesso Prestopino nell'intervista presente nel dvd: "Se ne parla..."...

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    Incollo da un forum americano (http://www.mhvf.net/) una recensione al commentary de Lo Squartatore.
    Guardate quanti elogi per il prode Paolo (anzi, Paulo, come lo chiamano oltreoceano)!

    Commentary by Paulo Albiero, moderated by Federico Caddeo: This is an exceptionally fine example of the form, a discussion packed with solid information from start to finish during which neither interlocutor seems ever to pause for breath. Describing Fulci as “a fish always swimming against the current” in his desire to subvert the conventions of whichever genre he found himself working within (hence the title of his book), Albiero describes the genesis of the project (which began as a script called THE BEAUTY KILLER by genre stalwarts Gianfranco Clerici and Vincenzo Mannino) and how its original gimmick of a killer afflicted with the rapid ageing disease progeria was later abandoned for RIPPER but found itself resurrected by the writers for their later Deodato giallo, PHANTOM OF DEATH/UN DELITTO POCO COMMUNE. Fulvia Film producer Fabrizio De Angelis’ production-line mentality meant that Fulci and crew were constantly churning out product, one after another; after completing editing on HOUSE BY THE CEMETERY, Fulci had only one month’s pre-production in which to prepare NEW YORK RIPPER (which explains, to me at least, its lazy and threadbare qualities).

    Of Fulci’s supposed misogyny, Albiero confirms that Fulci very definitely had a love-hate relationship with women thanks to certain events in his private life (which discretion precludes him from divulging), and relates an amusing anecdote involving Fulci’s then-lover, a psychoanalyst who had never seen any of his films: intrigued by the attention NEW YORK RIPPER was receiving upon its release in Rome, she decided to go and watch the film – “the greatest psychoanalytic mistake of her life”, as Fulci dryly observed later. Appalled by what she’d seen, she returned home and dragged Fulci out of bed to remonstrate with him. “We’ve lived together for a year, and I never laid a finger on YOU,” Fulci complained. (The curmudgeonly director never wasted an opportunity to ridicule the psychiatric profession, it should be remembered.) In a rather un-PC (but undeniably amusing) aside during the notorious broken-bottle episode involving actress Zora Kerowa (CANNIBAL FEROX), both commentators wonder at the various indignities visited upon her person throughout her film career, noting that “only her rectum remained inviolate”. Ah, those Italians.

    Albiero makes some fascinating observations, too, regarding Fulci’s much-cited ocular obsessions, tying his proclivity for zooms into tight shots of eyes (and, of course, his penchant for orbital violence) into a broader cyclical scheme through which Fulci would interlink his films with one another – thus the climactic shot of a face dashed to pieces on a cliffside which concludes DON’T TORTURE A DUCKLING is echoed by a similar sequence in the later SEVEN NOTES IN BLACK, likewise the “Paperino” motif of DUCKLING finds another expression in the killer’s motivation in NEW YORK RIPPER, the Brooklyn locations where a rotund zombie takes a dip at the opening of ZOMBI 2 tied in with the discovery of a severed hand at the beginning of RIPPER…and so on, tying each film together in a cyclical fashion reflected in Fulci’s onscreen use of circular symbols (eyes, door handles etc). Albiero goes on to suggest that Fulci’s obsession with the potent symbolism of the eye has a deeper cultural significance, tracing it back to the poet Apollinaire and to Dadaism, where loss of vision is indelibly associated with loss of reason – or more accurately, the trancendence of reason, moving beyond simple perception of the material world to what lies behind it. Albiero identifies THE BEYOND as Fulci’s ultimate manifesto of this notion of “the eye as boundary of reason”, with its proliferation of blind seers and ocular violence. An expert critic and compelling speaker, it is to be hoped that Paolo Albiero is contracted to provide many more such commentaries in the future.
    Bravissimo Paulo!!!!!!!!!!

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