Last Tango In Paris

Release Date: 02 January 2001 | Certificate: Suitable for 18 years and over
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A powerful, controversial story of a man and woman whose special relationship defies social convention. Originally famed for its sexual frankness, Bernardo Bertolucci's LAST TANGO IN PARIS has managed to endure due to its sophisticated storytelling and brave lead performances. Marlon Brando incorporated details from his own life into the character of Paul, the globetrotting American who finally settled into a marriage and proprietorship of a fleabag hotel in Paris. But when his wife commits suicide, Paul goes into an existential tailspin. One day, while wandering through an apartment that is available for rent, he encounters Jeanne (Maria Schneider), a lovely Parisian girl (she's 20 to Paul's 45) who is also viewing the apartment. The two become intimate and have a heated affair, carried on without names, in the apartment where they first met. While Paul clearly hopes to forget about his wife, Jeanne is simply overwhelmed by her fiance (Jean-Pierre Leaud, in a somewhat Bertolucci-satirising role), a filmmaker who wants her to be his subject and inspiration. Nothing is taboo in their relationship, but confrontation comes when Paul breaks the spell of impersonality. Brando's monologue beside his dead wife has sent many a film student into a paroxysm of pleasure in this groundbreaking erotic drama from acclaimed director Bertolucci (THE CONFORMIST, THE LAST EMPEROR).

8 Page Film Booklet, Uncut Version, Original Theatrical Trailer, Interactive Menu Screens, Chapter Search
Release Date: 02 January 2001
Certificate: 18 - Suitable for 18 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 18, by placing an order for this product you are declaring that you are 18 years or over.

Region 2
Aspect Ratio: 1.85 Wide Screen, 16:9 Wide Screen
Sound: Mono
Running Time: 124 minutes
Production Year: 1972
Main Language: English
Dubbed Languages: French, German, Italian, Spanish
Hearing Impaired Languages: English, German

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