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BLOW JOB (1980) Insane Cinema of Alberto Cavallone
BLOW JOB (1980) Insane Cinema of Alberto Cavallone

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Italian title: SOFFIO EROTICO [Erotic Blow]
alternate Italian title: DOLCE LINGUA [Sweet Language]

director: Alberto Cavallone
starring: Danilo Micheli Anna Massarelli Alba Armani Mirella Venturini Valerio Isidori Antonio Mea

A deadbeat couple are looking for a way to vacate their hotel room without paying the bill. Opportunity arises when a woman in an upstairs unit jumps to her death. They use the confusion to escape. Now on the run, they encounter a mysterious lady with supernatural powers. She takes them to a villa where she places a curse on them. By doing so, she expands their mental and spiritual horizons with mystical witchcraft. They soon enjoy the seduction - dancing rituals and partaking in various sexual acts - in two places at the same time.

Based on the title, one would expect Alberto-Cavallone's film to be porn. However, it's not. Well, not actually. But - due to the abundance of nudity and sexual context - some viewers would quickly call it such. But in reality, this is yet another journey into the hopelessly insane world of director Alberto Cavallone (AFRIKA, MAN WOMAN AND BEAST, FEMALE BARBARIANS OF THE KON TRIBE, et al). It's also his most doomed project with the deck stacked against him from the start. Simply, here is a distributor's worst nightmare. No mainstream theater in the world would play a film called Blow Job and no video store would stock it, except in a porn section (which isn't likely since the movie doesn't contain any graphic scenes of a blow job). Rather this is a wicked, perversely erotic motion picture that punctuates Cavallone's car-wreck cinema and it has remained virtually unseen.

Alberto Cavallone (sometimes using pseudonyms Baron Corvo and Dick Morrow) was an anti-establishment filmmaker who notoriously pushed the envelope in the name of avant garde cinema from the beginning. As his projects became more bizarre and ultimately inaccessible, he ran into distribution trouble. But he never compromised his incredulous vision. Alberto Cavallone's career stopped abruptly when he died from heart failure at age 59 in 1997.

An Italian film with English subtitles; widescreen format, fully uncut (78 min.), DVD encoded for ALL REGION NTSC, playable on any American machine. Extras include selected theatrical trailers.

Graphic Violence/Nudity/Drugs/Extreme Sexual Situations
For Mature Audiences Only

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