At house of Agathon get together many intellectuals and philosophers, including Socrates, to discuss the theme of love and sex: each of them intervenes to support its argument dialogical rules, within the context symposial.
Tag Archives: Marco Ferreri
Dillinger is dead (1969) Marco Ferreri, Michel Piccoli, Anita Pallenberg, Gino Lavagetto, Crime, Drama
Kiss the Other Sheik / Oggi, domani, dopodomani (1965) Eduardo De Filippo, Marco Ferreri, Marcello Mastroianni, Catherine Spaak, Virna Lisi, Comedy
Marcia nuziale / The Wedding March (1965) Marco Ferreri, Ugo Tognazzi, Shirley Anne Field, Alexandra Stewart, Comedy
Il seme dell’uomo / The Seed of Man (1969) Marco Ferreri, Marzio Margine, Anne Wiazemsky, Annie Girardot, Drama, Fantasy, Romance
La Grande Bouffe (1973) Marco Ferreri, Marcello Mastroianni, Michel Piccoli, Philippe Noiret, Ugo Tognazzi, Comedy, Drama
Four successful middle-aged men Marcello, a pilot; Michel, a television executive; Ugo, a chef; and, Philippe, a judge go to Philippe’s villa to eat themselves to death. After the first night, Marcello insists that women should join them. Three prostitutes make it through a day or two; Andrea, a local school teacher, stays to the end. The villa, the food, and a Bugati roadster are essential props.
L’udienza / The Audience (1972) Marco Ferreri, Enzo Jannacci, Claudia Cardinale, Ugo Tognazzi, Drama, Mystery
Liza (1972) Marco Ferreri, Catherine Deneuve, Marcello Mastroianni, Corinne Marchand, Drama, Romance
L’harem / Her Harem (1967) Marco Ferreri, Carroll Baker, Gastone Moschin, Renato Salvatori, Comedy, Crime, Drama
La casa del sorriso / The House of Smiles (1998) Marco Ferreri, Ingrid Thulin, Dado Ruspoli, Enzo Cannavale, Drama, Romance
Adelina, a former “Miss Smiles” beauty queen, is a resident at a senior citizen retirement home. Her joie de vie and unfaded beauty make her attractive to the male residents, especially Andrea, a dapper and charming but married septuagenarian. Their initial mutual attraction evolves into physical desire, but their families and the conservative culture of the institution conspire against their consummating their love.