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  • Acteurs : Constance Towers, Anthony Eisley, Michael Dante, Virginia Grey, Patsy Kelly
  • Réalisateurs : Constance Towers, Anthony Eisley, Michael Dante, Virginia Grey, Patsy Kelly
  • Format : PAL
  • Audio : Anglais (Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono)
  • Sous-titres : Français
  • Région : Région 2 (Ce DVD ne pourra probablement pas être visualisé en dehors de l'Europe. Plus d'informations sur les formats DVD/Blu-ray.).
  • Rapport de forme : 1.33:1
  • Nombre de disques : 1
  • Studio : Wild Side Video
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 1 février 2006
  • Durée : 90 minutes
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.0 étoiles sur 5 2 commentaires client
  • ASIN: B000CCZ2WC
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Naked Kiss - Police spéciale (The Naked Kiss), 1 DVD

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Une prostituée s'échappe de l'emprise de son proxénète et refait sa vie. Mais deux ans plus tard, son passé la rattrape...

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Par zybine, amateur éclairé TOP 500 COMMENTATEURS le 23 décembre 2009
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
En rupture avec son ancien métier, une prostituée s'installe dans une petite ville. Repérée par le flic local, qui l'a quand même à la bonne, elle devient soignante dans un centre orthopédique pour enfants. Tout irait bien si elle ne nouait une relation avec le potentat local, qui s'avère soumis à quelques perversions qu'elle ne saurait accepter.
Naked Kiss n'est pas, contrairement à une idée répandue, l'un des sommets de l'oeuvre de Fuller. Quarante tueurs ou, pour rester dans le film noir, Underworld USA (en français, les Bas-fonds new-yorkais) lui sont aisément supérieurs. Mais Naked Kiss conserve une aura étonnante qui résulte de son caractère hyper-fullerien (rupture avec les conventions, au risque de la parodie voire du ridicule; invraisemblances narratives et recherches formelles; rythme étonnant et toujours privilégié aux exigences du récit ou des personnages). En outre, le film bénéficie d'une scène d'ouverture parmi les plus mémorables du cinéma : une caméra attachée aux acteurs filme une bagarre entre un souteneur et une prostituée qui se conclue par l'arrachage de la perruque de Constance Towers et un plan mémorable sur son crâne nu. Après l'arrivée en province, de beaux moments (la relation avec le flic, le retournement des supposés amis après le meurtre) alternent avec des passages plus mièvres. Au bout du compte, Constance Towers, constamment lumineuse, et une admirable photographie soutiennent l'intérêt de ce film assez bancal.
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Par Luc B. TOP 1000 COMMENTATEURS le 7 juillet 2010
Format: DVD
" Un film est un champ de bataille : amour, haine, violence, action, mort, en un mot émotion ».

Voilà ce que répond Samuel Fuller à Jean Paul Belmondo, dans PIERROT LE FOU de Godard. La haine, la violence, la mort, Fuller connaît bien, lui qui débuta comme reporter criminel, et s'engagea ensuite dans la « Big Red One » une division d'infanterie qui débarqua en Normandie en 1944, ratissa l'Europe, et libérera le camp de Falkanau. Les films de Samuel Fuller (qu'il écrit, dialogue, produit et dirige) sont tous emprunts de cette folie meurtrière, de dérèglements, de violence, filmée frontalement. A Hollywood, Fuller ne se contente pas d'apporter du réalisme à ses histoires, il dynamite les codes. QUARANTE TUEURS est un western atypique, BIG RED ONE est un film de guerre qui déroge aussi aux règles. THE NAKED KISS (1964) s'apparente au genre Film Noir, mais dont les contours sont mal définis. Ce n'est pas un hasard si Fuller s'est retrouvé chez Godard, autre maître dynamiteur de la grammaire cinématographique.

La scène d'ouverture laisse sous le choc. Dans une piaule striée d'ombres (le directeur photo Stanley Cortez travailla pour notamment Welles, Lang, et Charles Laugthon) une femme - Kelly - tabasse un type à coup d'escarpin. Fuller a accroché sa caméra aux acteurs. Succession de champs/contre-champs subjectifs. Elle frappe si fort, qu'elle arrache son chemisier, perd sa perruque brune, sous laquelle son crâne est chauve(*). Elle reprend dans le portefeuille du type l'argent qu'il lui devait, puis s'arrête devant un miroir. Gros plan. Elle se remaquille, remet sa perruque, se rhabille.
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HASH(0x93f6a498) étoiles sur 5 CRIPPLED SOULS 23 avril 1999
Par Daniel S. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Produced, written and directed by Samuel Fuller, THE NAKED KISS is a little jewel. Constance Towers, in a " à la Gena Rowlands " role, gives a performance you won't forget easily. A great thanks then to Criterion which allows us to rediscover this wonderful movie.
Samuel Fuller, from his 1940 debut in Hollywood until his last movies in France, deserves to be considered as one of the great american directors of the last fifty years. He mainly visited the western, war movies and film noir genres and gave us such masterpieces as FORTY GUNS, SHOCK CORRIDOR and UNDERWORLD, U.S.A. With no big stars but with a style of its own. Raw, violent and provocative, for the eyes and also for the intellect.
THE NAKED KISS is a movie destined to shock the audience. An emotionally ultra-violent first scene prepares us to a journey through Cinderella Land and the Garden of Evil. Samuel Fuller won't let anybody unharm. The Charming Prince, the Hooker with a heart big as the world, the Cop blasé : everybody will suffer in front of Fuller's camera.
It's the third time I watch THE NAKED KISS, the first time on DVD, and I like it even more now. Its atmosphere is one of the strangest you can find on film. Remember Charles Laughton's NIGHT OF THE HUNTER ? One can feel a bit of this dreamy atmosphere in Fuller's movie. The child song Constance Towers sings with the handicapped children will give you the chill.
Image is great, a few white spots now and then coming from a non-perfect copy. The sound is good but you'll have to turn your volume control. Scene access and theatrical trailer as bonus features.
A DVD for your library.
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HASH(0x93f6a4ec) étoiles sur 5 EMOTIONAL VIOLENCE! 21 décembre 2004
Par Jeffrey Leach - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
"EMOTIONAL VIOLENCE!" shrieks the trailer to Samuel Fuller's 1964 B-movie extravaganza "The Naked Kiss," and you'll believe that claim eventually even though it initially causes a snicker. Fuller, arguably more than any other American director of the time, helped push Hollywood far beyond the staid, cookie cutter studio productions of the 1930s, 1940s, 1950s, and early 1960s. Here's a film that is a real envelope pusher, a film that deals with themes that must have absolutely shocked audiences of the 1960s to the core of their being. Heck, "The Naked Kiss" still has the power to shock today, and that's saying something about a black and white film that is now forty years old. Fuller, who had begun challenging film audiences much earlier with such films as "Pickup on South Street" and "Shock Corridor," went on to produce, write, and direct other notable films. Before watching "The Naked Kiss," the only Fuller picture I knew about was his homage to the fighting men of World War II, 1980's "The Big Red One." According to information gleaned during several Internet excursions, the French in particular embraced Fuller even as American audiences forgot about him. The recent DVD explosion is sure to rekindle a love for the man's films on this side of the Atlantic.

We see a good deal of that emotional violence--as well as a dose of physical violence--in the opening scenes of "The Naked Kiss," as an aging yet still attractive harridan named Kelly (Constance Towers) pummels her pimp senseless with a high-heeled shoe. She's striking out on her own, taking a sum of money from her now prostrate boss in order to make her escape. Kelly feels that the years of abuse and degradation have rendered her useless and decrepit, and she hopes a new start will restore a modicum of her youthful zest for life. Two years later, we see our heroine stepping off a bus in Grantville, U.S.A., a place that makes "Leave it to Beaver" look like South Central Los Angeles. This town is so saccharine, so picture perfect in that 1950s Hollywood way that you start to wonder exactly where Fuller is taking us. Not to worry. Kelly immediately runs into police detective Griff (Anthony Eisley), a man who hangs around the bus station all day picking up women like Kelly. We also learn that Griff exploits these women by first luring them into a physical encounter before sending them off to a brothel owner named Candy (Virginia Grey). Kelly knows none of this at the start, but she learns quickly after Griff slips her a twenty for the time they spend together. Our woman is appalled at her lapse, so much so that she swears off the life forever and takes up work as a nurse at a local hospital for disabled children.

Things start looking up for Kelly after she takes her new position at the hospital. The hapless souls in her charge buoy her flagging spirits, making her feel as though she's really contributing something to the world. She also gets the opportunity to help out a few women, Dusty (Karen Conrad) and Buff (Marie Devereux), caught up in similar problems she once faced. But the best aspect of Kelly's transformation from harridan to hospital hero is the attention she receives from Grant (Michael Dante), Grantville's primary philanthropist and a beloved figure around town. This guy heaps praise on Kelly, wooing her with his fancy friends, gifts picked up in foreign lands, and his forgiving nature. Even after Grant learns about Kelly's past, in no small part due to Griff's interference, he still offers to marry her. Things couldn't seem better, right? It's around this point that Fuller drops the cinematic equivalent of a nuclear bomb into the proceedings. Towers's character discovers a shocking secret concerning Grant and the town's children, a secret so devastating that she lashes out at her fiancé and accidentally kills him. Her new life shatters as every enemy, and even every friend, she has comes out of the woodwork to excoriate her. It's only through a few lucky breaks that Kelly clears herself of a murder charge, but she must leave Grantville with her reputation in tatters.

I watched "The Naked Kiss" with my girlfriend, and we had a grand time with Fuller's seedy film. We roared, guffawed, and giggled through roughly the first hour of the film. How could we not? The dialogue is hilarious, those children singing in the hospital will make you howl with pain, and Kelly's hard as nails behavior is a real hoot. You simply must love the scene where she charges into the local brothel in order to batter a squawking and squealing Candy into submission. Go get 'em, Kelly! And that mannequin in her room where she stays after first arriving in Grantville! Oh brother! Yep, "The Naked Kiss" is a real trashy laughfest--until Fuller drops the bomb. When Grant's true nature comes to light, my girlfriend and I quit laughing in a hurry. From this point until the end of the movie, you could have heard a pin drop in my living room. As the credits roll, it becomes abundantly clear that Fuller made a masterpiece. Any film that can change gears so effectively, essentially turning cinematic conventions of the time on their head in the process, deserves our praise.

The Criterion Collection again performs miracles bringing a screen classic to DVD. The picture quality looks amazing for such an old film. Unfortunately, you'll need to pick up Criterion's version of Fuller's "Pickup on South Street" if you want plenty of extras, as the only bonus included here is the EMOTIONAL VIOLENCE! trailer. "The Naked Kiss" is a must see film, and one that will stay with me for some time. I'm grateful to an online friend who really knows cinema for inspiring me to check this marvelous gem out.
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HASH(0x93f6a924) étoiles sur 5 OK DVD of Sam Fuller classic 3 juillet 2007
Par William Dodd - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
I had never seen the film, but had heard about it for a long time. I wanted to see it, but was reluctant to spend the money on the Criterion version without seeing it first. The price of this Miracle edition is so low, I had nothing to lose---even if I buy the Criterion later.

This is a facinating film--- read all the reviews for all the editions. But it IS a low budget production. This Miracle disc, while not being in the same league with Criterion is really pretty watchable. It's no demonstration disc, but it's a way to own a movie you may not want to watch very often.

If you are a serious collector, go for the Criterion. Otherwise, this one is a lot better than one has any right to expect for something that's being sold for a few cents plus shipping.
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HASH(0x93f6a90c) étoiles sur 5 Fuller's style is crude and journalistic - that's what pulp is! 6 février 2011
Par E. E. Kuersten - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
A couple reviews on here give this film low marks, even as far as Fuller films go, which is silly, like saying Plan Nine from Outer Space is bottom shelf Ed Wood. What? Fuller's style is ragtag and raw, like Weegee meets a commie spy in a dark alley and slugs out a newspaper singlehanded. No one ever accused Fuller of being subtle or smooth. Thank God for it. You have to see this film with the same respect for low budget simplicity and ragged editing you'd grant to 60s nouvelle vague like Breathless and Les Bonnes Femmes or early Cassavettes. Otherwise, y'all might as well go back to watching Malibu CSI or whatnot. NAKED KISS is prime Fuller, standing tall with classic pulp like KISS ME DEADLY.
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HASH(0x93f6add4) étoiles sur 5 It's Kitsch, no more no less. 22 mai 2011
Par RTC - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
People try to give a highly intellectual synopsis of what they call a "noir" film. Unfortunately they miss the whole point. It's not "noir" per se & it's not supposed to be taken as seriously one might believe despite the topic involved. Now, if Hitchcock & Herschell Gordon-Lewis were asked to make "Spider Baby" into a Film Noir homage, then this is what might come out of the blender. This guy is in a different league of movie making than your average mainstream producer. Fuller had a much better sense of humour than most and he was able take taboo topics and mix them into a serious looking film but the underlying fibres keep it light. With name's like "Griff" (hero) & "Candy" (Prostitute) we have stereotypes galore. Even though the message is serious, the film itself uses these stereotypes & some really over-the-top performances to get that message through. One of the truly great examples of kitsch.
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