Non Si Sevizia Un Paperino (1972)
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In Sicily, Italy, a psycho killer is going around hacking up young boys. There are several suspects, including a gypsy witch, a local prostatute, and a priest. Early slasher film from director Lucio Fulci.
Title: Non Si Sevizia Un Paperino
Release Date: May 23, 2000
Runtime: 102 mins
All Genres: Horror, Mystery, Thriller
IMDB Rating: 7.1
Buried.com Rating: 8.1 - (Rate This Horror Movie at Buried.com)
Category: Horror Movies Starting With N
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Florinda Bolkan ...Maciara
Barbara Bouchet ...Patrizia
Tomas Milian ...Andrea Martelli
Irene Papas ...Dona Aurelia Avallone
Marc Porel ...Don Alberto Avallone
Georges Wilson ...Francesco
Antonello Campodifiori ...Police Lieutenant
Ugo D'Alessio ...Captain Modesti
Virgilio Gazzolo ...Police Commissioner
Vito Passeri ...Giuseppe Barra
Rosalia Maggio ...Mrs. Spriano - Michele's mother
Andrea Aureli ...Mr. Lo Cascio, Bruno's father
Linda Sini ...Mrs. Lo Cascio, Bruno's mother
Franco Balducci ...Mr. Spriano, Michele's father
John Bartha ...Police Officer
Duilio Cruciani ...Mario
Carolyn De Fonseca ...Maciara (voice: English version)
Michael Forest ...Andrea Martelli (voice: English version)
Don Semeraro ...Dwarf
Susan Spafford ...Patrizia (voice: English version)
Frank von Kuegelgen ...Don Alberto Avallone (voice: English version)
"Quei giorni insieme a te"
- Because of the film's controversial storyline, which criticized the Catholic Church, the movie was blacklisted and received a limited theatrical run throughout Europe and was never released in theaters in the United States. In 2000, Anchor Bay secured the rights and released the film for the first time in the United States on DVD.
Composer Riz Ortolani reused a small segment of music from this film in his later composition for Cannibal Holocaust (1980).
Lucio Fulci has said in numerous interviews that he ranks this movie as his most personal favorite of all the movies he directed in his career.
While talking to Andrea (Tomas Milian), Patrizia (Barbara Bouchet) at a certain point says "A rose, by any other name". This is a quotation of Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet", but also the name of the episode of "Star Trek" (1966) where Barbara Bouchet has appeared in 1968: "By any other name" (Season 2, Episode 22)
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