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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. --Ce texte fait référence à une édition épuisée ou non disponible de ce titre.

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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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1.0 étoiles sur 5 The 11the Victim: The Viewer 18 octobre 2016
Par Yiannis P - Publié sur Amazon.com
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When I started watching the 10th Victim, I had high expectations. A movie staring Marcello Mastroianni, one of my all-time favorite actors with great acting ability, good looks, and a mellifluous voice; a movie in Italy made by Italians in my favorite language; a film in one of my favorite genres, science fiction. But as it turned out, Mastroianni's looks were ruined by portraying a bleached blond; his acting talents were never put to use; and his voice belonged to another, English-speaking actor's. Dubbing the film from Italian to English was a crime against nature--all nature except for that of unschooled, lazy Americans. Ant then there is the plot... It started with some humorous exchanges in a very 1960s surrealist script, but then it got consumed by the love affair of Mastroianni and Ursula Andress, with zero chemistry between them. (The only way she can earn a living through acting is as Arsula Undress.) With Elsa Martinelli (a much better choice than Undress for Marcello's love partner) totally wasted as an actress, and a script that was equal parts silly and ridiculous, this movie, produced by Sophia Loren's husband, deserves oblivion. 1/2 star
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 The DVD and Blu-ray releases. 14 mars 2014
Par Bob S - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray Achat vérifié
If you don't have a Blu-ray player and are still only using DVD, let me point out that the reissue of this film to DVD by Blue Underground is identical to the earlier Anchor Bay DVD...even down to the same onscreen menus. (Although the Blue Underground packaging is a big step up.) I have seen some online reviews listing the new DVD as only being in Italian with English subtitles, but that's not true. Just like the Anchor Bay disc, this gives you the option of watching the film dubbed in English.

As for the Blu-ray, the film has never looked or sounded better. It's almost like seeing the film for the first time. Bonus features include two trailers, stills and poster gallery, and a second film (the feature-length documentary about the film's leading man, Marcello Mastroianni, MARCELLO: A SWEET LIFE). The only quibble about the Blu-ray is that there must have been a slight problem with either the source material or the transfer process. One sequence has a tight shot of a gun aimed right at the camera. When the trigger is pulled the gun makes a "popping" sound as a bouquet of flowers pop out and fill the screen. While the scene plays correctly on both DVD versions, on the Blu-ray the close-up of the gun uses a freeze frame for some reason. We hear the pop and, after a brief pause, the film resumes and the flowers rush out. There should be no delay between the popping sound and the flowers popping out. Why this sequence is presented properly on the DVDs but not on Blu-ray is unexplainable and inexcusable. Were it not for this oversight, I would have readily given this five stars instead of four.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A Great 1960s Campy Classic 5 février 2014
Par Terry Sunday - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
The first and only time I saw "The 10th Victim" was at the theatre when it was released in 1965 and I was an impressionable young teenager. I liked the film so well at the time that I went out and bought the soundtrack album. Yes, it's a vinyl record. You remember those--big, flat, round disks of shiny black plastic with shallow grooves on each side. While jazz is a musical genre that I truly despised back then and still do today, for some reason the "futuristic jazz" music in "The 10th Victim" resonated with me. I still have the album. I also have Robert Sheckley's short story, "The Seventh Victim," on which the film is loosely based.

So how has "The 10th Victim" held up over the intervening 50 years since its cinematic release? Ursula Andress, of course, is still stunning. My pubescent crush on her, stoked by her appearance in a 1963 "Playboy" that I stashed under my mattress, had a lot to do with my original interest in this film. The cinematography is great, with excellent use of lighting, color and camera angles to add a near-future ambience to the Italian locations where the film was shot. The soundtrack is as good as I remember, and not at all annoying to my ears as any other type of jazz music would be. My biggest surprise in watching "The 10th Victim" again for the first time in 49 years is that there's considerably more depth to it than I remember, and it's a lot funnier than I recall. When I first saw it, I was not sophisticated enough to grasp or appreciate the subtle cultural, social, moral, religious and sexual humor that pervades it. It really is a funny film--I laughed out loud several times, and its entire irreverent tone mind-melds nicely with my current relatively cynical outlook on life.

I found two unexpected disturbing elements in "The 10th Victim" this time around that I didn't remember. I won't mention them, because both would be considered spoilers, and most viewers probably won't mind them anyway. One bothered me enough that I considered knocking off a star for it. But then I realized that both of these elements accurately reflect the societal conditions of the mid-1960s, and it would be unfair to penalize the film for correctly portraying the realities of the time. So no harm, no foul--"The 10th Victim" is a five-star virtuoso depiction of a strange but logically consistent near-future world with its roots firmly planted in the 1960s. I recommend it highly.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Brutally Cool 26 mai 2014
Par D. Allen Schaeffer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
It's the future, which looks a lot like a more extreme late sixties, and Italian Marcello Poletti is SO done with women, and plain tired of life. American Caroline Meredith wants something, anything to excite her - she describes herself as "an iceberg." A computer in Geneva pairs the two of them. Not for a possible romance, but for murder - they are to be Victim and Hunter, respectively, for Caroline's tenth Hunt. The Great Hunt is a globally sanctioned contest that allows a legal, entertaining outlet for humanity's murderous impulses, and we watch the two main characters stalk each other through the streets and night spots of Rome. Cool, sexy, even romantic in the way only a late-60's Italian film can be, Marcello Mastroianni and Ursula Andress plot, plan, double-cross and scheme right up until the final minutes of the film, in a flawed but entertaining romance/comedy/social satire. It scrapes classichood - if it had only been a bit more daring in the script and had a tighter ending. But it's worth repeat viewings - Cult film with a capital "Cult." The English version is good...the Italian just a touch better. Soundtrack cooler than mint gelato.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 DOUBLE-BARRELED ENTERTAINMENT! 28 octobre 2014
Par BlockchordsRed - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I challenge any viewer to turn away from The 10th Victim having seen
the first five minutes. But the tantalizing opening sequences only hint
at the roller coaster ride that follows. The 10th Victim is a tale of two
beautiful people stalking each other across the world in a televised
game of legalized assassination. The payoff is worldwide fame and a
million dollars in prize money. It's a tender love story.

Marcello Mastroianni was a great and versatile actor, able to slide
from suave Euro lover to buffoon/heel effortlessly. The movies he made
with Sophia Loren should not be missed. Here he's paired with icy
Ursula Andress, who's perfect for this role. To quote Mina who sings the
film's score: "My lips are on fire, but they're made of ice!"
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