Description: Malizia (1973) - Ora vedrai che ti fa Angelina - Tributo alla bellezza di Laura Antonelli.Complete Movie : watch?v=2iIprelQ7Fo (activate subtitles)Il corpo femminile è una creazione meravigliosa ed armoniosa e nel 1973 si era meno bigotti e falsi moralisti di oggi!Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for 'fair use' for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use'I MAKE NO PROFIT BY MAKING THESE VIDEOS.ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.I dont earn any money
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Malizia (1973) - Laura Antonelli Text : Little children blessed ... you need to make the situation according to your father (if I'm wrong correct me) he is a man still young, against the devil as you want to prepare yourself, without the presence of a female hand, without a wife. I believe that his decision, because you're real happy to take to wife Angela Barbera It is short, I mean to take his wife Angela, which moreover has a rare ability to cook, this dish are the seven wonders You see we liked It seems to me that this is a wise decision, something well thought out And I approve of it unconditionally! Too! And 'logic, however, that need to be sure that this decision is made with joy by all of you, in short, with the consent! ... A beautiful dove, your father if the bride alone! NO I will marry her alone! .... To take Mom ... I think that's right, if Dad is happy ... Dad is happy! Father with Angela we are very well, we got used to it at home, for myself if I agree with Dad gets married! Bravo! this is a good response from man. !ninuzzo! Oh yes ninuzzo you happy, etc., etc. ... Angela for me .... if not ... IF IT WERE NOT? If not ... because I see my mother the night ... That there are APPEARANCES OF MOTHER? but they are all fantasies, dreams are ... you want to be ... Wait quietly for a moment .... what ninuzzo dimme something .... ... Non'è that comes to my dreams, I see it is that I like ... like ... I see you now! No. .. but she makes excuses? about ...? you say ...
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1973年 イタリア映画 ｢青い体験｣ from Movie "Malizia" 1973 Italy ■cast Laura Antonelli ラウラ・アントネッリ（Angela） Turi Ferro トゥリ・フェロー（Don Ignazio Brocca） Alessandro Momo アレッサンドロ・モモ（Nino） Tina Aumont ティナ・オーモン（Luciana） ■Director Salvatore Samperi サルヴァトーレ・サンペリ■Music "Angela la barbera" by Fred Bongusto フレッド・ボンガスト
Laura Antonelli ... Angela Turi Ferro Roberto Alpi Luca Ceccarelli Barbara Scoppa Miko Magistro In the quite watchable Malizia, Italian Film Critics' Silver Ribbon winner Laura Antonelli plays a sensuous maid who has sex with a 14-year-old blackmailing Sicilian (Alessandro Momo) in order to ensure her marriage to his rich, widowed father (Turi Ferro). Prudish Italians were horrified. After all, those things happened in Albania, not Italy. Needless to say, Malizia became a box-office sensation. Comparing it to Pietro Germi's Divorce Italian Style, Vincent Canby wrote in the New York Times that Malizia "is a softer, less satiric comedy, but its preoccupation with sex is often very funny. It's also reassuring: There's at least one place on earth today where, because of societal taboos, the pursuit of sex can still be a satisfactory, full-time avocation." (A 1991 update, Malizia 2000, also starring Antonelli, was a commercial failure.) Another remarkable film in Samperi's career is the beautifully shot 1979 drama Ernesto, from Umberto Saba's autobiographical novel, in which in early 20th-century Trieste an upper-class, musically inclined, half-Jewish teenager (Martin Halm) becomes sexually involved with a dock worker (Silver Bear winner Michele Placido), and later develops an intense relationship with a fellow violin player and his twin sister (both played by Lara Wendel). Samperi all but retired after the Malizia 2000 flop, but more recently returned to work as a television ...
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