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Ratings & Reviews

  1. Paolo Simeone's rating of the film Don't Touch the White Woman!

    Messy, circular, pointless, but still sharp as a knife on that rotten piece of meat of imperialism. This was really the cinema of the future.

  2. Chumlum's rating of the film Don't Touch the White Woman!

    First time seeing this i thought it was one of the most hilarious things ever.

  3. tiagovitoria's rating of the film Don't Touch the White Woman!

    La mort de l'impérialisme. Strangely comic, subtle and very well timed when it comes to delight us with modern world references. When a western goes french, contemporary and merely visionary.

  4. T. J. Harman's rating of the film Don't Touch the White Woman!

    My fave snotty euro-centric leftwing satire of american "exceptionalism" out there. If Howard Zinn were a pothead he'd have loved this movie.

  5. Richmond Hill's rating of the film Don't Touch the White Woman!

    A typically strange Ferreri diversion with Custer staging his last stand in modern day (1970s) Paris. Incongruities abound - and provide some amusement (Mastroianni cantering down a shopping street, hangings in a railway station, etc.), - but tend to drown the political commentary e.g. race relations, Nixon, etc. It's generally amusing, if a tad wearing, although the actors seem to enjoy their dressing-up box moment.