Riz Ortolani – Cannibal Holocaust (aka Holocausto Canibal) (OST) (1979)


Directed by Ruggero Deodato, with Robert Kerman, Francesca Ciardi, Perry Pirkanen and Luca Barbareschi.
Controversial exploitation film based on a screenplay written by Gianfranco Clerici and Giorgio Stegani. Filmed in the Amazon Rainforest, it focuses on a team of four documentarians who head deep into the jungle to make a documentary on the primitive native tribes that live there. After two months and no word from the team, a famous anthropologist is sent on a rescue mission in hopes of finding the team alive. Cannibal Holocaust is one of the best known exploitation films due to the controversy it caused upon its release. After premiering in Italy, the film was seized by the local Magistrate and Deodato was arrested for obscenity. He was later accused of making a snuff film based on circulating rumors that the film’s actors were slain for the camera. Though Deodato would be cleared of these charges, the film was banned in Italy, the UK, Australia, and several other countries for graphic gore, sexual violence, and for the genuine slayings of six animals featured in the film. While many nations have revoked the ban, it is still banned to this day in other countries around the world. Despite this notoriety, Cannibal Holocaust is seen by some critics as a social commentary on civilized society
COFFIN RECORDS. 1979…

1. Cannibal Holocaust Main Theme
2. Adulteress’ Punishment
3. Cameramen’s Recreation
4. Massacre of the Troupe
5. Love With Fun
6. Crucified Woman
7. Relaxing in the Savana
8. Savage Rite
9. Drinking Coco
10. Cannibal Holocaust (End Titles)

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