Last Tango in Paris  

Bernardo Bertolucci's Landmark Film

Last Tango in Paris (1972)

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A young Parisian woman begins a sordid affair with a middle-aged American businessman who lays out ground rules that their clandestine relationship will be based only on sex.

Director: Bernardo Bertolucci
Writers: Bernardo Bertolucci, Franco Arcalli.

Release Date: 1972-10-14
Status: Released
Run time: 129 min / 2:9
Budget: $1,250,000
Revenue: $36,144,000
Production Companies : United Artists, Les Productions Artistes Associés, Produzioni Europee Associati (PEA)
Production Countries: France, Italy
Release Date: 1972-10-14
Status: Released
Run time: 129 min / 2:9
Budget: $1,250,000
Revenue: $36,144,000

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Marlon Brando
as Paul
Catherine Breillat
as Mouchette
Maria Schneider
as Jeanne
Veronica Lazar
as Rosa
Jean-Pierre Léaud
as Tom
Gitt Magrini
as Jeannes Mutter
Marie-Hélène Breillat
as Monique
Maria Michi
as Rosas Mutter
Giovanna Galletti
as Prostituierte
Catherine Allégret
as Catherine
Luce Marquand
as Olympia
Massimo Girotti
as Marcel


Directing Bernardo Bertolucci Director
Writing Bernardo Bertolucci Screenplay
Writing Franco Arcalli Screenplay
Writing Agnès Varda Dialogue
Production Alberto Grimaldi Producer
Sound Gato Barbieri Original Music Composer
Camera Vittorio Storaro Director of Photography
Editing Franco Arcalli Editor
Editing Roberto Perpignani Editor
Costume & Make-Up Gitt Magrini Costume Design
Art Maria Paola Maino Production Design

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