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Last Tango In ParisDistraught following his wife's suicide, American hotelier Paul (Marlon Brando) becomes transfixed by the beautiful younger Frenchwoman Jeanne (Maria Schneider) and demands their clandestine relationship be based only on sex.Keywords:
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Directors of "Last Tango In Paris"Bernardo BertolucciBirthdate: 16 March 1941, Parma, Emilia-Romagna, Italy
Creators of "Last Tango In Paris"Bernardo BertolucciBirthdate: 16 March 1941, Parma, Emilia-Romagna, Italy
Critic Reviews of "Last Tango In Paris"VarietyDecember 07, 2007
An uneven, convoluted, certainly dispute-provoking study of sexual passion in which Marlon Brando gives a truly remarkable performance.Chicago ReaderDecember 07, 2007
The operatic extravagance of Bernardo Bertolucci's style has emerged more clearly since this 1972 drama, which still managed to seem vaguely naturalistic in the midst of its extravagant camera moves and eccentric construction.Time OutJune 24, 2006
It's Brando's film: his monologues devastate.New York TimesMay 20, 2003
The movie is sad, but it's also hugely funny, occasionally when it doesn't mean to be.Chicago Sun-TimesJanuary 01, 2000
The look, feel and sound of the film are evocative.Blog de cineDecember 23, 2016
A film that loses all interest and is even quite unbearable when Brando is not on screen. [Full review in Spanish]Cinema em CenaJuly 22, 2016
The sex scenes that made the film famous are just a symptom of a deep pain and also its treatment. [Full review in Portuguese.]EmanuelLevy.ComApril 25, 2012
Brando gives a terrific performance, but Bertolucci's movie as a whole, which was so bold and audacious in 1972, does not hold up very well.Groucho ReviewsMarch 30, 2011
Took the world by storm with its strategy of sexual frankness and a towering performance by Marlon Brando. [Blu-ray]Combustible CelluloidMarch 25, 2011
This emotional, sexual jumble of a movie still contains some interesting ideas, and some gorgeous cinematic poetry.Movie MetropolisFebruary 26, 2011
High Art moments are offset by the grossly misogynistic behavior of Brando's character and scenes and dialogue that can seem so insipid that they negate any real eroticism or serious shock value.Movie Magazine InternationalFebruary 05, 2011
But when we look at this film, it signals a feeble turn towards art house eroticism which is tame by today's standards. For as Maria Schneider herself says ', we've seen much worse'.
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