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Film Details

Directed by: Tinto Brass

Produced: 1976

Countries & Regions: France, Germany, Italy

DVD Details

Certificate: 18

Studio: Argent Films

Length: 133 mins

Format: DVD

Region: Region 2

Released: 1 September 2008

Cat No: AGTD006

Anamorphic (16:9)
Languages(s): English
Interactive Menu
Screen ratio 1:1.78

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Salon Kitty (Director's Cut)

Cast: Clara Colosimo , Ingrid Thulin , Tina Aumont , John Steiner , Maria Michi , Teresa Ann Savoy , Bekim Fehmiu , Helmut Berger , John Ireland , Paola Senatore , Dan van Husen , Tamara Triffez , Malissa Longo , Patrizia Webley , Gigi Ballista , Ullrich Haupt , Margherita Horowitz , Luciano Rossi , Giancarlo Badessi , Rosemary Lindt , Mary Kristal , Stefano Satta Flores , Sara Sperati , Alexandra Bogojevic , Gianfranco Bullo , Alain Corot , Paola Maiolini , Alena Penz , Loretta Persichetti , Margherita Petrucca , Michelle Starck , Alison Swaisland

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Director’s cut of Tinto Brass’s controversial and notorious erotic classic. Set in Berlin in 1939, as the Nazi dictatorship marches... Read More




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Director’s cut of Tinto Brass’s controversial and notorious erotic classic. Set in Berlin in 1939, as the Nazi dictatorship marches inexorably towards war, SS officer Helmut Wallenburg (Helmut Berger) is commanded to establish a brothel catering to the Nazi elite. Wallenburg diligently selects and trains 20 young Aryan women committed to the ideals of National Socialism and prepared to degrade themselves for their masters, setting the scene for an exercise in debauchery and corruption that parallels de Sade’s ’One Hundred and Twenty Days of Sodom’, and reflects the growing violence and depravity of the Nazi regime.

The most eye-opening film by director Tinto Brass (apart from his notorious and sexually explicit Caligula) is here available in High Definition for the first time, Salon Kitty is an unflinching narrative of excess within the Nazi Party at the time of World War II. The film has been newly transferred and restored in HD from the Brass' own personal vault materials and is presented in its original widescreen format, completely uncensored and featuring 21 minutes of previously cut footage. Based on actual events, the story takes place in Berlin, in 1939, at the start of World War II. SS Officer Helmut Wallenburg (Helmut Berger) is instructed by his superiors to set up an elite brothel, the eponymous Salon Kitty, especially designed to serve high-ranking Nazi officials. The brothel madam is played by no less an actress than one of Ingrid Bergman's great muses, Ingrid Thulin, and the sumptuous sets are the work of two-time Oscar-winning production designer Ken Adam.

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