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Last Tango in Paris - 10/6/2006 6:32:31 PM   
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Not bad but I've never looked at a packet of Anchor butter in the same way again.


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Is it just me... - 2/11/2006 9:59:52 PM   

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... or is this Bertolucci intellectually w**king about? Call me simple, but I found this tango rather dull, self-indulgent and, frankly, (apart from Brando's performance and Storraro's photography) a waste of time.

I did not manage to understand its higher meaning, apart from the fact that anonymous bonking sessions don't work in the long run and that French wannabe-filmmakers are so obnoxiously arty that you want to punch them in the face for minutes without taking a breath.

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