The Ape Woman (1964)

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Directed by: Marco Ferreri

Stars: Ugo Tognazzi, Annie Girardot, Achille Majeroni

Language: Italian | Subtitles: English (embed)

Country: Italy | Imdb Info | Ar: 1.85:1 | Brrip

Also known as: La donna scimmia

Description: A modest Neapolitan man meets a young woman with excessive hairiness. He exhibits her at fairs and marries her.It is after marriage that he receives a tempting offer from a French manager.

Preview Director’s Cut
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1.81GB | 94:03mins | 1280×692 | mkv | Italian | Sub: English
https://tezfiles.com/file/bd3259e7ed131/The.Ape.Woman.1964.Directors.Cut.mkv

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Preview Producer’s Cut
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1.90GB | 98:24mins | 1280×692 | mkv | Italian | Sub: English
https://tezfiles.com/file/71144b581f94c/The.Ape.Woman.1964.Producers.Cut.mkv

 

—–bluray extra—–

90 min documentary on Marco Ferreri, with Gerard Depardieu, Philippe Noiret, Christophe Lambert, Ornella Muti
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1.32GB | 98:49mins | 984×720 | mkv | Italian | Sub: English
https://tezfiles.com/file/666c1ee9afe5f/tam.documentary.mkv

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3 Responses to The Ape Woman (1964)

  1. Plateau says:

    Thank you so much also for the two different versions. The point where the Director’s Cut was censored is odd already, implying that the surpression by her husband within her lifetime is quite ok as far as her body is treated will afterwards. Even worse is the Producer’s Cut where the ape woman is unaskedly cured from her freakdom, the husband becomes a dock worker and therefore refuses the offer from a group of four dwarfs to manage them: only being a freak is not enough today, he summarizes, shaking his head.
    Anyway, very well shot and interesting film!

  2. Doesn't Matter says:

    What’s the difference between the two versions?

    • rarelust says:

      two versions of the film: the original and uncensored Director’s Cut of the film with the darker finale that Ferreri shot, and a slightly longer Producer’s Cut with a more optimistic finale, which was introduced at the Cannes Film Festival in 1964.

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