Orgasmo

Orgasmo

Directed by Umberto Lenzi

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In their first startling collaboration, Carroll Baker stars as an American widow who arrives at her late husband’s luxurious Italian estate and surrenders to an orgy of ménages à trois, madness, and murder. Writer/director Umberto Lenzi boldly fills the screen with bourgeois depravity, daring sexuality and unnerving twists for the worldwide hit At The Mountain Of Madness calls “so odd, disturbing and well-made, with that delirious giallo feel that’s like a drug.”

When an American widow arrives at her late husband’s luxurious Italian estate, she surrenders to an orgy of ménages à trois, madness, and murder.

Cast: Carroll Baker, Lou Castel, Colette Descombes, Tino Carraro, Lilla Brignone

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nice

Suazoman
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1 week ago

I was pretty bored, not going to lie.

AliceBlaze
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1 month ago

A giallo take on "Funny Games". It has that great giallo atmosphere and giallo cynicism, but slow pacing and dishwater-dull characters sink it.

DoctorMenard
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1 month ago

Orgasmo (1969) is a psychological thriller that objectively has an interesting plot with great twists, stylish camera work, and themes on wealth, youth, and depravity. However, Shudder has this sorted as a giallo, so that's what I went in expected and... It IS an Italian film from a director who made giallo, but Orgasmo is most certainly not a giallo.

queerhaus
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1 month ago

this was definitely a movie.. that much I can say. The acting is laughable. At no point do you fear for the protagonist life. How did the antagonist manage to land two beautiful women? He's so dull

SadGhuleh
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2 months ago