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Mondo Cane Collection, The: Limited Edition (2003)
Starring: Rossano Brazzi, Peter Ustinov
Director: Franco Prosperi
Category: Documentary
Studio: Blue Underground
926 mins



They've been called pioneers and geniuses, criminals and charlatans. For more than four decades, their movies have been both banned and acclaimed all over the world. Now, The Mondo Cane Collection presents the still-shocking films of Gualtiero Jacopetti and Franco Prosperi, a body of work that has influenced everything from broadcast news to "reality TV" and changed the face of cinema forever.

Mondo Cane is the original "shockumentary" sensation that launched the entire "Mondo" genre, as well as its notorious hit sequels Women of the World and Mondo Cane 2. Africa Addio - here in its devastating English version and rarely seen Director's Cut - is the horrific portrait of the Dark Continent that ignited an international political firestorm. Goodbye Uncle Tom - and its even more incendiary Director's Cut - are perhaps the filmmaker's most controversial works, an epic depiction of the American slave trade and its brutal legacy that remain among th most racially charged films ever made. And The Godfathers of Mondo is an all-new documentary by David Gregory on the films of Jacopetti & Prosperi featuring explosive interviews, never-before-seen footage and much more.

For the first time ever, these films have been fully restored from the original negatives and are presented in their definitive versions - loaded with Extras.