- Language: French, Spanish
- Subtitles: English, French
- Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
- Number of discs: 1
- Rated: A (Adults Only)
- Studio: MGM ENTERTAINMENT
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- ASIN: B004GGQN1E
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #22,196 in Movies & TV Shows (See Top 100 in Movies & TV Shows)
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Last Tango in Paris (Uncut Version) [Blu-ray]
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The reason that the majority of people do not get or understand this film is quite simple; they think that the subject of the story is completely about Sex. They couldn’t be further from the truth! Yes, there’s sex; but, its only a device, there is a subtext to the story that they overlook and simply ignore, or maybe they just don’t see it. The sex represents and symbolizes, more or less, the socially and politically charged-up climate of the time. The sex represents: freedom of expression, progress, a forward looking and thinking if you will (and not backwards looking), in contrast to the tyranny and despotism of the rulers and masses alike! Albeit, its a social/political freedom more so than a spiritual or altruistic one, that Bertolucci was hinting at. Nevertheless, both principles or aspects can easily apply, its just a matter of interpretation.
The character of Paul, the expatriate; is a representation of an American foreign policy that is contradictory and at odds with its so-called “democratic principles.” Jeanne; represents change, as embodied in the student movement of ‘68, albeit; a movement that is somewhat naive, confused, divided, and conflicted, and is still having a hard time breaking with the past. Wars, conventional or nuclear, equals the same thing; murder, suicide, destruction, etc.
This a master work of the Cinema, and I think that it ranks right up there with some of the best films of all time. Marlon Brando is absolutely the finest actor that ever lived, and Maria Schneider was a revelation; her talent was a work in progress if you will. It’s too bad and unfortunate that the undeserving controversy surrounding the film, made a casualty of her personal life as well. The naturalistic style of the lighting, cinematography, etc., is in keeping and a testament to an aesthetic principle that, Bertolucci was never really able or willing to capture again. And, last but not least, what can one say about the score by Gato Barbieri? Brilliant, beautiful, mystifying, are words that easily come to mind. This is a film that one is either going to love or hate, I love it!
The DVD picture and sound quality is excellent, the film has been fully restored. NTSC format, English, French (English subtitles), wide screen 1.85:1 screen ratio, FFN, NR, 129 mins. (BTW: This is the 2012 unrated, uncut version from UA/MGM.)
Love and Peace,