Tinto Brass Films
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Tinto Brass DVDs
Heart in His Mouth/Deadly Sweet
One of Tinto Brass's earlier films, this crime thriller is now considered a cult epic. A young woman gets embroiled in a murder after the death of her father and has to escape a band of criminals who are chasing her as she attempts to find the real killer.
Black on White
Black on White is a surreal look at infidelity, sexual expression and the conscience of an Italian woman torn between her husband and obsession for a black American salesman. Set in London, Black on White was Tinto Brass's break into softcore erotica - it was a film that received critical acclaim at the Cannes Film Festival in 1968.
A remake of the 1954 film by Luchino Visconti, Tinto Brass explores the relationship between a rich woman married to a high ranking Austrian official and a young Nazi. There is no shortage of sex as one would expect of Tinto Brass films but the production looks at emotional aspects of the characters.
Tinto Brass Feature Films
Based on Peter Norden's book of the same name, Salon Kitty was a fictional account of the activities and antics of the Nazi elite at an infamous Berlin brothel.
A disturbing emphasis on anti-war sentiment captured in a surreal portrayal of the horrors of war, intermingled with sex and fantasy.
This differs from his previous works where the actors were seen as part of an unfolding story in the psyche of one or more characters, or even of Brass himself.
Brass's career was not an easy rise to fame. His first film Chi lavora e perduto, also known as In Capo al Mondo, sparked as much controversy as his later works but not for the erotic content. Rather it questioned the socially accepted institutions of the time.Learn more…