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[color=blue]Quante Volte... Quella Notte aka Four Times That Night[/color]


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[color=blue]Credits[/color]


Paese: Italia/Germania
Anno: 1972
Genere: Erotico
Regia: Mario Bava
Soggetto: Charles Ross Mario Moroni
Sceneggiatura: Charles Ross
Musiche: Coriolano Gori
Interpreti e personaggi

* Daniela Giordano: Tina
* Brett Halsey: Gianni
* Valeria Sabel: Sofia
* Michael Hinz: Sergio
* Rainer Basedow: Pino
* Dick Randall: Duccio

[color=blue]Titoli di Testa[/color]

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[url]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AxItDYHAeWM[/url]

[color=blue]Plot Synopsis from AllMovie[/color]

In the tradition of Akira Kurosawa's classic tale Rashomon comes this wild sex farce from Italy's master of the macabre, Mario Bava. Last night was a wild one for Tina (Daniela Giordano) and Gianni (Brett Halsey), but for the life of her, the confused woman can't quite recall how she ended up in bed with her handsome and mysterious date. Did the seemingly pleasant date lead to a night of passion-fueled consensual sex between Gianni and Tina, or did Gianni deliberately force himself on Tina in a horrific act of rape? Both the scratches on Gianni's forehead and Tina's torn dress seem to point to some mishap that may have occurred over the course of their date, but matters are infinitely complicated when Tina's overly protective mother and her nosey concierge chime in with two entirely different takes on the evening's events. Only when viewers witness the story from all four unique vantage points will they begin to understand the events that truly unfolded over the course of Tina and Gianni's lost evening together.

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Review from DVD Maniacs[/color]

A considerable departure from the gothic-tinged horror yarns and larger-than-life adventure films on which he had forged his well-deserved reputation, Mario Bava's Four Times That Night (Quante volte... quella notte) is, to borrow a phrase from Winston Churchill, a "riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma". While at first glance seemingly little more than a rollicking sex farce (albeit more tightly scripted and choreographed than most), further analysis reveals Four Times, like Kurosawa's Rashomon, to be a cleverly-constructed exploration into the nebulous nature of human perception. Delving deeper still, Bava's seldom-seen masterpiece (the last of six collaborations with ace cinematographer, Antonio Rinaldi) is in essence, like Quentin Tarantino's well-received Pulp Fiction (and, to a lesser extent, his 1997 follow-up, Jackie Brown), an investigation into the very mechanics of storytelling.

Besieged by the playful advances of handsome, well-to-do Romeo, Gianni Prada (Brett Halsey, whose genre credits include Return of the Fly, Luigi Cozzi's The Black Cat, and an early, uncredited appearance in Jack Arnold's Revenge of the Creature), chaste beauty, Tina (Miss Italy, 1967, Daniela Giordano), reluctantly agrees to accompany the seemingly innocuous playboy on a date. Later that evening, Tina, the recipient of a stern Catholic upbringing, slinks back to her apartment much later than her mother, Sonia, had expected, vainly attempting to conceal her shredded dress. In tears, Tina recounts the details of her ill-fated rendezvous with Gianni, the events of which include her suitor's abrupt transformation from mild-mannered gentleman into salacious, sex-hungry "wild man with turbo hormones", and her successful struggle to retain her virginity. Nursing a throbbing memento of the occasion emblazoned across his forehead, Gianni later recalls a much different scenario to his lounge-crawling companions. In Gianni's tale, Tina is the aggressor, a wanton hellcat demanding hour upon hour of unbridled, uninhibited sex! On the verge of being consumed by Tina's insatiable hunger, Gianni narrowly escapes his fate thanks to the timely appearance of his television producer friends, Giorgio and Esmeralda (gorgeous Valeria Sabel). Yet another take on the evening is delivered by Gianni's voyeuristic doorman, Duccio (Dick Randall, producer of Frankenstein's Castle of Freaks and The Wild, Wild World of Jayne Mansfield), who, from his rooftop vantage point, paints Gianni as a cunning homosexual, cleverly luring Tina back to his apartment for delivery into the open arms of his bisexual friend, Esmeralda. The trio of tantalizing tales is followed by what is purported to be the truth behind Tina and Gianni's nocturnal adventures, a shockingly mundane revelation that, in Bava's capable hands, is rendered every bit as outlandish as those that had preceded it...

A master storyteller, Bava has littered Four Times That Night with symbolic clues, both subtle and glaringly evident, that hammer home the subjective nature of reality. In Bava's universe, every entity is cast as creator, casually making and remaking the world in their own image based upon their perceptions. Like David Lynch's landmark Twin Peaks, Four Times is rife with images of duality. From the Rorschach ink blots featured in the film's stunning animated intro (eventually transforming into butterflies, fortuitously fluttering to and fro, their flight illustrating the elusiveness of truth), to the doorman's two-sided nude paper dolls, Gianni's abstract art-bedecked bachelor pad, and the sequence during which Tina transforms her surroundings by staring through a rose-colored (how appropriate!) vase, everything in Four Times is up for interpretation and nothing, no matter how inconsequential, is really as it seems. In addition, Gianni is often referred to as a werewolf (an entity that, under the right circumstances, transforms from one state to another), the Devil (the master of lies and deception), and Dracula (a being whose true nature was very different from that which appeared on the surface). Even when taken at face value, Four Times is a deeply rewarding experience. Although Bava's lack of lira with which to realize his vision is apparent, the film nonetheless looks as lavish as his bigger-budgeted efforts, a staggering testament to the Italian maestro's total mastery of his chosen medium. Four Times' most stunning sequence, a cavernous gathering of wigged-out hippies and artists surrounded by what appear to be huge, candy-colored globes and massive sculptures was reported by Alfredo Leone to have been constructed by the director with little more than a handful of ornaments and some judiciously-placed camera setups! While Brett Halsey performs admirably as the film's lead, Ms. Giordano is undeniably the film's main attraction, her impossibly long, shapely legs and luscious lips stealing every scene in which they appear. And, a rare combination even today, she can act, as well.
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Review from imagesjournal.com[/color]

In the late '60s, many Italian film directors felt obligated to attempt at least one sex comedy in their careers. According to Mario Bava, if a director didn't attempt a sex comedy "rumors got around that you were homosexual." So in part to prevent any such accusations, Bava agreed to make a sex comedy. The resulting movie, Four Times That Night (1969), is like an Austin Powers wet dream. It's filled with chrome and vinyl; pink flesh and chain mail dresses. Barely clad go-go dancers gyrate in a dance club cage. Lovers embrace in a super modern shower. A lesbian uses a feather to introduce a beautiful young woman to the joys of woman-on-woman love. There's a little something here for everyone (considering you're in the mood for lusty, testosterone-fueled sex fantasies).

Bava wasn't completely new to this genre. An episode of Black Sabbath titled "The Telephone" featured a similar preoccupation with hip, modern interior design and sexual subject matter, but it took the form of a thriller instead of a comedy. Four Times That Night pushes into the ultra-chic, sex-obsessed territory mined by Radley Metzger. As in the early films of Metzger, Bava's movie supplies lots of flesh, but most "naughty bits" elusively remain covered up. For example, when a couple cavorts in the nude on a living room sofa, a strategically positioned cactus obscures the below-the-waist action.

While Metzger was forging a path into new territory, Bava was largely just marking time in a genre in which he apparently felt little attachment. As such, Four Times That Night is a curious dead end in Bava's career. If you're a Bava fan and you haven't seen this movie, you're not missing a thing. Yet, the movie is attractive and stylish and wonderfully kitschy, and it features Bava's customary attraction to bold color schemes and unexpected camera angles.

The story (not that is matters) is structured like Akira Kurosawa's Rashomon. It investigates what happened to a young woman named Tina (Daniela Giordano) who arrives home early one morning with her dress ripped. Was she raped by a sex-hungry playboy named Gianni (Brett Halsey)? Or did she give herself willingly? What exactly happened at Gianni's swinging pad? Were Gianni's neighbors involved? They may have stopped by for some fun and games. And the apartment building's doorman, a leering slob who crawls down steep roofs to get a peek inside of Gianni's apartment, has a completely different version of the events.

Interestingly, everyone who tells what happened between Tina and Gianni tends to exaggerate, so the events on screen are always absurd. Even a psychiatrist steps forward to offer us the nonsensical solution: "None of it is true. Or, if you prefer, it all is."

Four Times That Night now makes its American debut on DVD. As part of Image Entertainment's "The Mario Bava Collection," the DVD features a photo/poster gallery and the customary Bava bio and liner notes by Tim Lucas of Video Watchdog.

For Bava completists, Four Times That Night reaffirms Bava's versatility. While he is typically pigeonholed as a horror director, Bava actually made movies in several genres, including science fiction, viking dramas, sword-and-sandal fantasies, and Westerns. and luscious lips stealing every scene in which they appear. And, a rare combination even today, she can act, as well.

[color=Blue]Notes:[/color]

• Ripped from the Image Entertainment DVD. The source was very noisy and I decided to increase the bitrate until the noise wasn't augmented too much and looked very good. Using a neutral/soft filter w/lower bitrate resulted in a less less satisfactory image quality.
• The English title seems mistranslated. "Quante" means "how many" and not "four".


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