2018: Mission: Caligula (Documentary, 39 min)



What could Tinto Brass' "Director's Cut" of Caligula have been like? Alexander Tuschinski's 10 year quest to research Tinto Brass' original ideas for "Caligula", culminating in the discovery of Brass' 1977 workprint - showing the film as a political satire, unlike any version ever released.

Directed and edited by Alexander Tuschinski
Featuring interviews with Kelly Holland, Bonifacio Brass, Alexander Tuschinski



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Reconstruction, analysis and its place in Tinto Brass’ Oeuvre.
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