Mondo Cane 2

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Released 1964

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Director:
Gualtiero Jacopetti
Released:
1964
Rating:
R
Mondo Cane 2 is the follow up of the cult favorite of the same title released 40 years earlier. As with the original, this film displays bits of odd behavior and bizarre rituals in a montage of material filmed around the world. Monks burn themselves alive in Vietnam, and then the scene shifts to slave markets in the Sudan. Religious frenzy leads into erotic displays designed to arouse. Ecological horrors emerge into view, and then blend into spectacles of disturbing behavior by religious adherents. Controversy has swirled around this production from the start. Cuts and deletions occurred along the way, and sections once thought lost or destroyed now form some of the most intriguing sections. Much of the material may seem tame by today's standards, but still retains the ability to shock. Directors Gaultiero Jacobetti and Franco Prosperi succeed once again in titillating audiences with shots of various primitives and perverts doing what they obviously enjoy.

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B-Movie Horror, Foreign Language