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Henry Cropper over 6 years ago
Watch, if for nothing else to put calluses on your cannot be unseen part of your brain.
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Satyricon (also known as Fellini Satyricon) is a 1969 Italian fantasy drama film written and directed by Federico Fellini. It is loosely based on Petronius's work, Satyricon, a series of bawdy and satirical episodes written during the reign of the emperor Nero and set in imperial Rome. Fellini was nominated for an Oscar for Best Director. The film opens on a graffiti-covered wall with Encolpio (Martin Potter) lamenting the loss of his lover Gitone (Max Born) to Ascilto (Hiram Keller). Vowing to win him back, he learns at the Thermae that Ascilto sold Gitone to the actor Vernacchio (Fanfulla). At the theatre, he discovers Vernacchio and Gitone performing in a lewd play based on the "emperor's miracle": a slave's hand is axed off and replaced with a gold one. Encolpio storms the stage and reclaims Gitone. On their return to Encolpio's home in the Insula Felicles, a Roman tenement building, they walk through the vast Roman brothel known as the Lupanare, observing numerous sensual scenes....
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