To Be Twenty (1978)

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Directed by:  Fernando Di Leo

Stars: Gloria Guida, Lilli Carati and Ray Lovelock

Language:  English, Italian (2tracks) | Subtitles: English (embed)

Country: Italy | Imdb Info | Ar: 1.897 | Brrip

Also known as:  Avere vent’anni

Description:  Lia and Tina are two beautiful girls who meet and realize that they have a lot in common. They are both young, beautiful and pissed off, so they decide to hitchhike their way to Rome to find Nazariota’s commune, a place to stay for free and have all the sex they want… or so they think. Things don’t go as they have planned though, and soon they become involved in prostitution, the police and an aggressive gang.

Preview Producer’s Cut brrip
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5.83GB | 83:48mins | 1920×1012 | mkv | English, Italian (2tracks)| Subs: English
https://tezfiles.com/file/87e2046b94c60/To.Be.Twenty.1978.Producers.Cut.mkv

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Preview Director’s Cut dvdrip
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1.03GB | 97:42mins | 714×388 | mkv | Italian | Subs: English
https://tezfiles.com/file/b28ef0d41d8fb/To.Be.Twenty.1978.Directors.Cut.mkv

 

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12 Responses to To Be Twenty (1978)

  1. Olaf says:

    The comments remind me of the movie “Beyond the Valley of the Dolls”. It starts out as a sexy nudity laced soap opera, mod exploration, complete with groovy party scene and ends with a completely unexpected crazed slasher scene.

  2. Paul says:

    In the end I settled for the Producer’s cut.
    The Director’s Cut has a brutal ending, but it neither stuns nor saddens. Instead it feels like a director’s desperation to shock, but in the end nothing more than a self-indulgent attempt to be different.

    As a viewer the DC left me asking, “So what was the point in this?”

  3. chonos says:

    Someone should mention the “violent ending” is actually much worse than violent. It is downright criminal. The girls are hunted down in the woods and the brunette is impaled with a piece of wood. Yes. Whoever made this movie hates women more than when their pee pee gets caught in their zipper.

  4. Billy B says:

    Difference between the two cuts?

    Night and day!

    The producers cut is a softcore sex comedy
    The longer directors cut is a Last House on the Left level horror film.

    Among the many changes, the shorter version literally cuts off the last 10 to 15 minutes of the movie, changing the movie (remember the Last House on the Left reference)

    The only reason to watch the producer’s cut is to see just how desperate they were to make some sort of mainstream film out of a very dark original.

    If you ever saw Irreversible. Imagine the producer deciding to make the movie play out chronologically and then take out 20 minutes of material they thought was too violent. That’s how bad the producers version is.

  5. dheyliink says:

    is there a difference between both cuts? thanks for uploading!

    • Taraete says:

      Per imdb:
      “The movie was re-cut shortly after the Italian release. The 81-minute version omits the opening scene on the beach, the sequence featuring explicit lesbian sex between the two main characters, and the violent ending.”

    • Svën Weazel says:

      The original version runs 98 minutes, almost 90 of which are devoted to a typically sleazy, though eccentric and at times unconventional, piece of softcore about the misadventures of hot-to-trot freeloaders at a hippie commune in Rome. The last nine minutes, however, close with the most shocking sexual violence this side of Last House On The Left. The censored version, hastily prepared for Italian theaters after the original flopped, and later exported to the U.S., runs 85 minutes and lops off the ending entirely, among other changes.

      Alternate Versions: (taken from IMDB)
      The movie was re-cut shortly after the Italian release. The 81-minute version omits the opening scene on the beach, the sequence featuring explicit lesbian sex between the two main characters, and the violent ending.

    • Ginger says:

      i watched the directors cut, there’s a few extra lesbian scenes. But mainly the ending is very very different. It found it hard to watch and very out of tone of the rest of the movie.

    • Andreas says:

      Huge difference! The director’s cut *spoiler alert* has one of the most shocking endings in italian cinema of the 70’s. So in that sense, they are like different films. Hopefully that version surfaces in high definition too.

      I own the original soundtrack to this film, it is absolutely beautiful and it is Gloria Guida herself who sings in the main theme, and wow she can sing.

    • Steve says:

      The movie was re-cut shortly after the Italian release. The 81-minute version omits the opening scene on the beach, the sequence featuring explicit lesbian sex between the two main characters, and the violent ending. The 97-minute version has them in it.

      From IMDB.

    • Duke says:

      I think the producers ending has a happy ending and the directors cut has the unhappy ending. I read about this in a book and when it was released in theaters there were different prints with different versions of the film in circulation.

  6. rarelust says:

    upgraded

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