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The 10th Victim (La Decima vittima) [Import USA Zone 1]

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  • Acteurs : Marcello Mastroianni, Ursula Andress, Elsa Martinelli, Salvo Randone, Massimo Serato
  • Réalisateurs : Elio Petri
  • Format : Anamorphique, Couleur, Cinémascope, NTSC, Import
  • Audio : Italien (Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono), Anglais (Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono)
  • Sous-titres : Anglais
  • Région : Région 1 (USA et Canada). Ce DVD ne pourra probablement pas être visualisé en Europe. Plus d'informations sur les formats DVD/Blu-ray.
  • Rapport de forme : 1.85:1
  • Nombre de disques : 1
  • Studio : Anchor Bay Entertainment
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 12 juin 2001
  • Durée : 92 minutes
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.5 étoiles sur 5 2 commentaires client
  • ASIN: 6305840091
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THE 10TH VICTIM has never been released in UK before. Yet this innovative film by Oscar® Winning director Elio Petri's has earned Cult status wherever seen, not only because of its exquisite Pop-Art visuals, clever humour, incisive observation and astonishing foresight of today's mass media, but mostly because Ursula Andress sports another iconic bikini - and this time it literally is deadly…

Set in the near future, the film opens with Andress notching her penultimate kill in "The Big Hunt", a reality-TV style game show televised the world over. Created as a solution to overpopulation and human aggression, the show selects a "Hunter" and a "Victim" at random and they then chase one another around the globe: kill your 10th victim and you win Millions! Andress' next victim is cool, Italian, Marcello (Mastroianni) who's also got just one more kill before the jackpot!

Exploiting the kinky fusion of sex and violence powered by the chemistry between Marcello Mastroianni and 007 sex-icon Ursula Andress, this groundbreaking film now shows how vastly influential it was: the relationship between Mastroianni and Andress has been copied in Hollywood films like Mr. and Mrs. Smith; the subject of death becoming a spectator sport has been imitated by Rollerball and Schwarzenegger's Running Man (among others) and announced our age of increasingly outrageous reality-TV. The outstanding innovative 10TH VICTIM by Oscar® Winning director Elio Petri finally gets the exposure it deserves, with its stunning visuals (recreated in Austin Powers) highlighted in this new Shameless release mastered from restored HD sources in the original full widescreen film format, with English audio. Complete and uncut.

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Elio Petri (1929-1982) n’est certes pas le plus connu des cinéastes italiens et j’avoue qu’avant de lire la recension d’une autre réédition de ce film dans un magazine britannique, je n’avais jamais entendu parler de « La decima vittima» de 1965. Difficile aussi à première vue, par exemple, de faire un lien entre son plus célèbre « Enquête sur un citoyen au dessus de tout soupçon » (1970) et le présent film.

Le scénario s’inspire d’une nouvelle de Robert Scheckley. Dans la société du futur a été instaurée la « Grande chasse », un jeu où les participants sont alternativement chasseur et victime, et où ils peuvent tuer en toute impunité leur adversaire, désigné par tirage au sort, et sur lequel ils sont abondamment renseignés. Celui qui gagne la dixième manche jouit ensuite d’avantages importants. Une participante américaine qui ne risque pas de passer inaperçue (Caroline Meredith, interprétée par Ursula Andress) se voit proposer un contrat où elle sera filmée au moment où elle élimine son adversaire pour la publicité d'une marque de thé (les thés Ming, pour tout vous dire). Sa victime désignée, un certain Marcello Poletti (Marcello Mastroianni), habite Rome, ce qui n’est pas mal trouvé comme décor pour un reality show, comme on dit en français. Meredith va donc le rejoindre avec une équipe de tournage.
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Les Italiens des années 60 et 70 ont réalisé nombre de chefs d'œuvre avec des acteurs de génie et celui-ci en est un, méconnu.
Mastroianni porte le film comme à son habitude avec plus que du talent: la simplicité de son jeu en donne toute la force.
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HASH(0x9c22b798) étoiles sur 5 60`s POP- ART CULT GEM 17 septembre 2009
Par 4-Legged Defender - Publié sur
Format: DVD
I honestly don`t know if the other reviewers saw the same film I did, but I have owned the original, Anchor Bay release for years, and haven`t seen the re-release - maybe something was cut, maybe the previous reviewers don`t get 60`s Euro-cult films like "Danger Diabolik", "Fathom", "I`ll Never Forget What`s Isname", "Modesty Blaise" or, for that matter, "Our Man Flint/In Like Flint", or "Deadlier than The Male". With the international sucess of the Bond films, there weren`t enough films of this type to satisfy audience hunger, hence all of the above, and although are flawed (as are the bond films), these flicks filled the void rather nicely. This one in particular, for it`s Madison Avenue corporate tie-ins to everything from arena sports endorsements to Rock concert sponsorships that are now a permanent part of our lives, it`s actually spot-on in it`s comedic absurdity and a harbinger of all things to come. And we`re only a step away from televised executions in one form or another... Both Marcello Mastroianni and Ursula Andress are superb in their roles, especially Mastroianni in his world-weary approach to his lifestyle and profession, and the subtle humor and ironies are abundant everywhere in this film. Elsa Martinelli is hysterical as well as adorable, so if you think the "Austin Powers" franchise is good (if you`re under 40), and like any of the 60`s flix I referenced above(if you`re slightly older), do yourself a favor and get this film. I`ve seen it 3 times, and still find humor in it. O those fab 60`s...
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HASH(0x9c226f60) étoiles sur 5 A 60's Pleasure 31 août 2005
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
If you are a fan of:

Marcello at his Mastroianniest

Ursula in full sexual animal mode

60's design and fashion

Dry to the exreme humor

Stylistic Italian direction

Then buy this disc! Oh yea, the story ain't half bad either.
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HASH(0x9c9ca744) étoiles sur 5 Ballistic Bossoms 9 mars 2003
Par KSG - Publié sur
Format: DVD
The Italians really did 1960's camp the best. I mean, what is campier than Ursula Andress chasing a man around in a lavender, backless pant suit, while brandishing a pistol? A killer bikini top? A rest, relax and sex stop on the side of the highway? A cult of sunset worshipers in caftans on the beach? The cinematography and locations are so stylish. Rooftop jazz bars in the blaring sun, minimalist interiors decorated with giant, blinking eyeballs, New York's financial district, pre-World Trade Center and Rome and the Vatican shot from a helicopter. Death and fear, what could be funnier?
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HASH(0x9c8d5a68) étoiles sur 5 Blue Underground Blu-ray Looks Phenomenal! Dump Your Anchor DVD Now! 6 octobre 2011
Par Surfink - Publié sur
Format: Blu-ray
Ever since catching about a half hour of The 10th Victim in bleary black-and-white on television as a teenager I had been dying to see the whole film. So when Anchor Bay released it on DVD in 2001 I jumped on it and have watched it at least four times since. It's become one of my all-time favorite movies, a superbly written, directed, and designed combination of futuristic thriller, sex farce, and dark, dryly witty satire--all wrapped up in a colorful, surreal pop/op-art package--that pokes fun at a dystopian future where war has been replaced by the "sport" of legalized murder ("the Big Hunt"), comic books are regarded as "Classics," elderly parents must be turned in to the state for extermination, and advertisers sign up "hunters" to promote their products during live commercials featuring cold-blooded killings.

Ursula Andress (at the peak of her beauty and animal sensuality) and Marcello Mastroianni (the epitome of jaded cool) play hunter and victim, respectively, both vying for a million-dollar prize if one can murder the other, and each also lining up a corporate sponsor who will pay out if the killing can be timed to happen during a live commercial for their product. But love, of all things, intervenes (not to mention his ex-wife and mistress), seriously complicating their cat-and-mouse game of death. Along the way we are treated to some great futuristic pop-art set designs and decor, terrific, catchy Eurojazz soundtrack, and breezy satire of the media, society's fetishization of violence, religion, marriage and divorce, Bondian intrigue, television, and shameless, opportunistic corporate advertising. Several future fads are accurately predicted, including robotic pets and tawdry reality TV shows, and a number of elements from the film are recognizable as being "borrowed" by Mike Myers for the Austin Powers movies, most notably Andress's ballistic bikini top.

I have found that The 10th Victim actually improves with each viewing, as each time I pick up on more details or bits of dialogue that had previously escaped me. *Spoiler Alert* The only disappointing aspect of the film, in my opinion, is the "comic," slapstick ending tacked on at the insistence of American distributor Joseph E. Levine. I'm about 99% sure that the movie is really supposed to end just after Mastroianni shoots Andress, but Levine apparently considered that ending too downbeat. It's pretty obvious that the final scenes amid some ruins and on an airplane were added after the fact as they are completely at odds with the tone of the rest of the movie and attempt to provide the film with a wacky, screwball "happy ending." But other than the denouement ringing false, the film is nearly perfectly realized.

When I heard that Blue Underground was releasing this on Blu-ray I wondered if it would really be worth the price of an upgrade. Thankfully, the answer is a resounding "yes!" The brightness, color saturation and balance, sharpness, and detail are vastly improved over the Anchor Bay DVD. While the word "revelation" gets thrown around perhaps a bit too freely when describing Blu-rays in comparison with their previous DVD incarnations, in this case it is apropos. The BU transfer makes the Anchor Bay disc look positively sick in comparison--dark and muddy, with faded, poorly balanced color and mushy detail. The difference here is literally like night and day; it's astounding how much better the Blu-ray looks when compared side-by-side with the DVD. The 1080p transfer does bring out the grain a bit, but never to the point of distraction. Fleshtones are natural, detail is crisp, and the muted hues of the Anchor DVD give way to sizzling, neon-vivid greens, yellows, and fuchsias. If you are a big fan of this movie, you really need to upgrade to the Blu-ray; it's almost like seeing the film again for the first time, and easily the biggest improvement in a Blu-ray over a previous DVD release I have yet seen. (Note that Blue Underground's 2009 DVD release is merely a repackage of the Anchor Bay edition, so the Blu-ray is the only way to see the much-improved remaster.)

Blue Underground also up the ante with some enticing supplements, including a somewhat washed-out U.K. release trailer (1:47), which is the same one as on the Anchor DVD, and a superior, gorgeous-looking Italian trailer (2:31), with English subtitles, that actually gives you a much better idea of what the movie's about than the rather inscrutable U.K. trailer (both are presented in 1.85:1 anamorphic widescreen). A gallery of stills, posters, and pressbook art and a Mastroianni still gallery are also present, as well as an hour-and-a-half documentary on Mastroianni (which I haven't watched yet). But even without these extras, the far superior transfer makes this a more than worthy upgrade. If you love this film as much as I do, I guarantee you will be delighted.
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HASH(0x9c2bebdc) étoiles sur 5 RUNNING (WO-)MAN 6 août 2001
Par Daniel S. - Publié sur
Format: DVD
A curiosity has just popped out of the cellar of Anchor Bay : THE 10th VICTIM, an italian movie directed in 1965 by Elio Petri. Adapted from a short novel of Robert Sheckley by the well-known screenplay writer Tonino Guerra, THE 10th VICTIM presents a Marcello Mastroianni with blond hair and an Ursula Andress with blond skin. Amusing.
The action takes place in a near future in Rome, Italy. In order to prevent wars, governments have invented " The Big Hunting ". The players must win 10 times to gain the right to leave with a million dollars prize. In this game, to win means to kill the hunted if you are the hunter or to discover and kill the hunter if you're the hunted. A slight pre-RUNNING MAN flavour, isn't it ?
THE 10th VICTIM is more a parodical and satirical comedy than an action movie and presents at least one scene deserving to stay in our memories, the first scene involving a masked Ursula Andress dancing and slapping the faces of the "Masoch Club" male audience before killing her adversary in a very stylish manner.
If you like italian comedies or a smart satire of the television, religion or our political institutions, the movie is certainly worth a look. If, like me, you are an amateur of B movies of the sixties, THE 10th VICTIM is a must have.
Bonus features include an english dubbed version, the italian version with optional english subtitles, the theatrical trailer and an incomplete filmography of Marcello Mastroianni and Ursula Andress. Great images and sound.
A DVD zone discovery.
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