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Watching "Mondo Cane" some 25 years after it originally shocked cinema audiences, I still found myself experiencing a tons of emotions. Despite the dated presentation (in many ways, this now enhances the weirdness of the entire experience), the movie still packages a mild punch, even to this jaded viewer.A combination of the amusing (would-be actors posing themselves for the camera and geriatric Hollywood residents working out on a tons of unusual equipment), the sad (turtles on a radioactive Bikini beach, having lost their ability to search water, head away from the sea and into the scorching sand and certain death) and the shocking (animal cruelty including bull fighting) effects in a strong cocktail.The cynical, xenophobic narrator delivers a witty commentary while the proceedings unfold on the screen.Superbly edited and scored, this is definitely a various viewing experience. A adventure into bizarreville; 7 out of 10.
Simply stunning images. Well-shot, and expertly edited for max effect. The shots of the Japanese guys massaging cow's asses were particularly incredible. Though much of the shock was lost due to the results of passing time and the condescending commentary, it is still interesting to see (the foie- gras sequence could be enlightening for anyone who still eats the stuff). Mondo Cane may have kicked off the shock-reality genre, but it reads as an interesting exploration of normality, raising questions about difference and anthropological methods. Well worth the two hours...
As retro movies go, Mondo Cane is still a refreshing take on schlock, documentary filmmaking, hilariously camp in it's motives and of more than passing interest in this age of reality TV. The setups and prurient approach that made these movies famous at the time of their release is only re-reflected in the equally blatant, reality trash that has successfully been permeating TV since the turn of the fresh century. It's stunning just how the tastes of pop-culture audiences have changed in the last 50 years or so. A retrospective of the Mondo movie category is represented beautifully in a nicely-packaged DVD box set, which contains a terrifically interesting documentary on the two filmmakers, Jacopetti and Prosperi, who started the trend with this Italian potboiler back in 1962. MONDO CANE is not as dated as some would lead you to believe, particularly if you examine the motives behind it, and the way of it's humor and social commentary. Perhaps the most significant contribution MONDO CANE offers as a movie chronicle, and undeniably the most artistic, is the Riz Ortolani/Nino Oliviero melody score which contains one of the nice melodies of the 20th Century, MORE. MONDO CANE is a "reality" film sure to please even the most jaded multiplexer. Beautifully photographed and scored.
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