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Desc:I think this movie played in the United States for all of two seconds.Never released on video since.
Category:Classic Movies, Horror
Tags:peter greenaway, ralph fiennes
Submitted:oswaldtheluckyrabbit
Date:01/05/13
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Comment count is 10
EvilHomer - 2013-01-05
I'm a 17th century mummer and what is this?

Might I suggest a "rape" tag?
SteamPoweredKleenex - 2013-01-05
Holy crap, you weren't kidding. From Wikipedia:

"The Bishop sentences her to death, but because she is still a virgin, she cannot be killed outright. The Daughter is instead sentenced to be raped 208 times, after which she is to be executed."

That's a very specific amount of rape, there. Was there an algorithm?

TheOtherCapnS - 2013-01-05
Actually, yes, they say it in the film IIRC. Something based on 13 that ends up being 13*13+13*3

Old_Zircon - 2013-01-05
This was, I think, the only Peter Greenaway movie I didn't see back when I was 16 and a fan.
Father Avalanche - 2013-01-05
ditto

Father Avalanche - 2013-01-05
Except I was 20, and experimenting with cinema, drugs, and women. 16, Zircon, 16??

EvilHomer - 2013-01-05
You guys are old.

Father Avalanche - 2013-01-05
Fingers still crossed for the adaptation set in Macon, Ga.
apiaryist - 2013-01-06
I rented this in a video store called The Movie Store in ~2002. The DVD case did not look like it was pirated or bootlegged.
tethercat - 2013-01-06
Drop the name Greenaway and see how many of your friends are cinephiles and how many are posers.

I can safely say that having watched this a few years ago, I think the film is brilliant, although I still don't know if I /like/ it, per se.
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