1980   Italy Cannibal Holocaust
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Director:Ruggero Deodato
Studio:F.D. Cinematografica
Writer:Gianfranco Clerici
IMDb Rating:6.0 (18,861 votes)
Genre:Horror Gore
Duration:95 min
Languages:English, Spanish
IMDb:0078935
Amazon:B000C4BBXY
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Ruggero Deodato  ...  (Director)
Gianfranco Clerici  ...  (Writer)
 
Robert Kerman  ...  Professor Harold Monroe
Francesca Ciardi  ...  Faye Daniels
Perry Pirkanen  ...  Jack Anders
Luca Barbareschi  ...  Mark Tomaso (as Luca Giorgio Barbareschi)
Salvatore Basile  ...  Chaco Losojos
Ricardo Fuentes  ...  Felipe Ocanya
Carl Gabriel Yorke  ...  Alan Yates
Paolo Paoloni  ...  Chief NY Executive
Lionello Pio Di Savoia  ...  Executive (as Pio Di Savoia)
Luigina Rocchi  ...  Yacumo Chief / Yanomamo Chief
Sergio D'Offizi  ...  Cinematographer
Comments: Ripout! Barbeque! Devour! How long can you take it?

Summary: A New York anthropologist named Professor Harold Monroe travels to the wild, inhospitable jungles of South America to find out what happened to a documentary film crew that disappeared two months before while filming a documentary about primitive cannibal tribes deep in the rain forest. With the help of two local guides, Professor Monroe encounters two tribes, the Yacumo and the Yanomamo. While under the hospitality of the latter tribe, he finds the remains of the crew and several reels of their undeveloped film. Upon returning to New York City, Professor Monroe views the film in detail, featuring the director Alan Yates, his girlfriend Faye Daniels, and cameramen Jack Anders and Mark Tomaso. After a few days of traveling, the film details how the crew staged all the footage for their documentary by terrorizing and torturing the natives. Despite Monroe's objections, the television studio Pan American still wishes to air the footage as a legitimate documentary. In order to change their minds, Monroe shows the station's executives the film's final reels, so they could see first hand how the crew's fate came to be.


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