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All the Sins of Sodom [DVD] [1968] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

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  • Actors: Sue Akers, Morris Kaplan, Maria Lease, Marianne Prevost, Peggy Steffans
  • Directors: Joseph W. Sarno
  • Writers: Joseph W. Sarno
  • Producers: Morris Kaplan, Peggy Steffans
  • Format: Colour, DVD-Video, Restored, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: Unrated (US MPAA rating. See details.)
  • Studio: Secret Key
  • DVD Release Date: 11 Aug 2009
  • Run Time: 88 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • ASIN: B0028YW35Q
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 111,613 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Motte and Bailey Films on 12 Jun 2010
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I'm no expert on the films of Joseph Sarno. Up until this film, I'd only seen trailers (some included on this dvd) for tacky looking 70's colour films - which might be moderately amusing if you are in the right mood? By comparison this is ART! On one of the extras I think Sarno is referred to as "the poor man's Bergman", which may be absurd regarding his films as a whole(?), but in this case its a worthy comparison. The black and white photography is superb - particularly of shadowed figures in rooms - and the erotic charge in some of the scenes, while not perhaps having the philosophical (though sometimes tedious/depressive) dimension of Bergman, exceeds the latter in instinctive power and human resonance. In the short interview Sarno talks of how he concentrates largely on the faces of the actors rather than their bodies to express this. At the time, to remain distributable, perhaps the restrictions worked in Sarno's favour? The erotic is so much more interesting than the pornographic! The actors are all very convincing and one senses that this may also be to the director's credit. The picture quality is quite unbelievable for a once thought lost, low budget film of this period - what we are seeing is "the actual film that went though the gate" as is (understandably) excitedly reported on the excellent commentary (with Sarno's wife, collaborator and actor/actress in the film, Peggy Steffans). The dvd also has a good little please don't be put off by the ghastly outer sleeve - the inner dvd case is much more appropriate - but perhaps it would be thought too 'arty' to encourage sales? I shall be looking out for other Sarno, black & white films... and hoping that this isn't a solitary masterpiece!
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful
Joe Sarno's best 13 Feb 2010
By Rockydoc - Published on
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"All the Sins of Sodom" is easily the best of the Joe Sarno dvds that I have seen. The women are very attractive and the script is filled with seduction, compulsion, and the strong implication of ulterior motives that make the erotic going on much more powerful. The story for Sarno is very well done and much like a classical tragedy. Henning the photographer is so compulsively involved with his art, and sleeping with as many of his models as he can fit in, that he doesn't see the danger in the behavior of his new model. Unfortunately that actress's ability to deliver her lines isn't up to par with the rest of the cast, but her ability to display and project sensuality helps you to overlook that. Henning's love interest is quite beautiful and Sarno gives you plenty of opportunity to appreciate her body. It's easy to include nudity in the script when the lead is an erotic photographer.
7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Of All The Sins Of Sarno... 24 Aug 2010
By 4-Legged Defender - Published on
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This is one of his best. An obsessive, ambitious and melodramatic fashion photographer, Henning, slowly loses his cool over two models in his employ, Joyce and Leslie, who Freud (and Joe Sarno) would say represent Sodom and Gomorrah within his mind. Both are attractive, one's falling in love with him while the other is slowly, deviously worming her way into his psyche to unravel his world .

Driven in a quest for artistic glory, he's encouraged by his agent to produce a volume of erotic nudes showcasing the perfect layouts for his favorite model, Leslie. He can't seem to get exactly what he wants from her photos, and then the mysterious Joyce appears on the scene. She has no money or place to stay, so Henning takes her in and she takes him in to her web of deceitful agendas, bisexual manipulations and ruinous intent.

There are also a handful of other models he photographs in the nude, two of which also succumb to the cat-like clutches of the vixen in various trysts. The minx plays havoc with his lifestyle, professional and personal love life without his awareness, as he's too wrapped up in his 'groovy' pictures to notice. (As the jazz giant Miles Davis used to say, "That's why they call 'em 'bitches' - 'cause bitches are treacherous").

The B+W (and the lens man's hairy back) will turn most of you away from viewing, but I'm old enough to appreciate the nuances that black and white imagery brings to the table. The nudity is plentiful; the babes easy on the eyes and the picture and contrast are great for a flick of its age, though there is some faint audio hissing in the background. There's some campy African drumming underscoring the 'primal' sexual passages onscreen, and the dialogue is a 'gas'. This, and 'Daddy Darling' are, in my opinion, Joe Sarno's best works from the 60's.

At the conclusion of the film, we see a man destroyed, sacrificed to his passions, consumed by a 'wicked jezebel' who came, saw, and conquered without reason, remorse or repentance. Fans of 60's classier skin flicks will be 'Sodom'-ized by Sarno's soapbox sex saga. Dig it, man, it's pretty far out.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Great Grindhouse - For Those Who Understand Grindhouse 31 Jan 2014
By Gift Card Recipient - Published on
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Some people seem confused about Grindhouse films ... like complaining that there's not enough swearing in Roy Roger films. As a Grindhouse film, it is a classic. The women are attractive, they are mostly unclothed, they can act, there are lesbian scenes and there is a plot but it doesn't get in the way of the nudity - not sure what else you want. Just presenting a film in color shot on 4k digital does not necessarily make it a better Grindhouse film. How many films are out there now with nudity but about as sexy as a documentary about shooting whales? If you don't understand the contraints of the times - that's fine but you're simply not quliafied to judge this film. As note for a Grindhouse film, it's great.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Poor Quality 10 Feb 2014
By Drunk Cowboy - Published on
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Picture quality was so bad that I couldn't finish the movie. Kept losing contrast and going from dark to light.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Poor rework of a 60's film 31 Jan 2014
By Experiment - Published on
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The content is all about a photographer who takes photos of various semi-nude women and sleeps with most of them but the movie is a mess because it changes from the correct exposure to a very bright overexposed picture for 1/3 to almost half the film.
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