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The Key (1983)

A husband and wife lock their diaries in a drawer and also know that they read each other's entries, a device which takes them from one sexual encounter to another.

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  • Genre: Drama | History
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 1.34G
  • Resolution: 1280x720 / 23.976 (23976/1000) FPSfps
  • Language: Italian  
  • Run Time: 110
  • IMDB Rating: 5.5/10 
  • MPR: Normal
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The Synopsis for The Key (1983) 720p

A husband and wife lock their diaries in a drawer and also know that they read each other's entries, a device which takes them from one sexual encounter to another.


The Director and Players for The Key (1983) 720p

[Director]Tinto Brass
[Role:]Frank Finlay
[Role:]Franco Branciaroli
[Role:]Stefania Sandrelli


The Reviews for The Key (1983) 720p


Reviewed byRussell Garrison ([email protected])Vote: /10

This DVD had been calling out to me from the cult section of my localvideostore for about two months before I rented it. The cover art of Stefaniaprojects an allure that is only the begining of a very profoundexperience.Brass manages to create a film that doesn't make some epic statement oflove, society and relationships. Instead he presents a rather odd anderotic situation that makes you think and feel (in various ways) thegravityof the characters situations. The film is also not afraid to come accrossas a little silly at times.

Don't be mistaken, this is first and foremost and erotic movie, but itmanages something masterful in that genre. Tinto Brass has constructed avery nice platform for sensual expression in this film. I wouldn't adviseseeing it with your local bible study group, but it isn't frat boy tissueparty material either. If you are open to nudity and sensuality thiscouldbe just the movie to share with your partner on a night alone together.Thesets and the actors are well done, but you still get to see plenty of sex.Tinto's Key is the perfect movie to potentially unlock those who are "onethe fence" when it comes to erotic cinema.

Reviewed byGuy Grand ([email protected])Vote: /10

A main female character sums up this pile of narrative nonsense at theconclusion of the film saying something like, "I was faithful by beingunfaithful." Meaning she was compliant in her husband's wishes for her tolink up with their son-in-law so her horny husband could become sexuallyexcited by watching her, thus sparking their marriage alive again. Setagainst Mussolini's rise to power in 1940s Italy, I suppose auteur TintoBrass is trying to make some haughty comment on how the Italian populace ofthe time, repressed by Catholic guilt, succumbed to Il Duce's desire forthem to fall faithfully in line with Italian pride and become unfaithfulfrom the moral direction of the Church. Who knows really, because Brass ismore concerned with Stefania Sandrelli's derriere than he is aboutpolitical/spiritual ambivalence.

Alas, Mr. Brass' focus on lead actress Sandrelli's bottom is the only themeyou're bound to come away with after viewing an hour and 50 minutes of thissoft-core cornfest. British thesp Frank Finlay takes a leap at a starringrole by heading south to Italy and being forced to look every bit the dirtyold man under the meticulous kink direction by Brass. As the premature, ifyou will, hubby in this standard menage a trois, he can only last a matterof seconds in the sack with his much younger wife, played by the suitablystunning Sandrelli. It is only when he becomes jealous over his wife'sattentions to his son-in-law, played with robot-amateur woodenness byFrancoBranciaroli, that Finlay becomes excited enough to maintain another kind ofwoodenness. By drugging his wife into a fitful slumber and picture-posingher in various open positions for photo-ops, Frank cements our disgustedfeeling that we are somehow watching the actual sad home life of theItalianPinto, Tinto.

While nowhere near as decadent as "Caligula," "La Chiave" has that movie'sability to make you want to take a cleansing shower afterwards to wash itsdepressing, sleazy drivel off your conscience. Once we learn the designsofFinlay's ho-hum plan, in the first 20 minutes, all we're left with iscountless meandering soft-focus shots of Sandrelli and Branciarolistrollingaround Venice, fornicating in their hideaway lair, and Finlay foppishlysniffing after her like a pheremone-obsessed hounddog.

The fast-forward button won't help you on this one. You'll be woefullybuzzing through a flick that has no worthwhile stopping point. My rating:0out of ****.

Don't throw away The KeyReviewed byKarl SelfVote: 8/10

Just from the opening scene it's evident that Tinto Brass is in a class of his own as a filmmaker. A beautifully shot period piece in which an ageing husband gets aroused by his wife falling for her daughter's boyfriend (kind of a ménage a quatre), simply because it arouses him to see his wife aroused. I'm not into cuckolding, but it's actually a sweet, romantic film in a way, just with a lot of visual fawning over women's exposed buttocks. Tinto Brass is like that. I've heard about him but not really seen much so far. I'm glad this is beginning to change.

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