|Writers||Oscar Wilde (play)
|Cast||Mohamed Badrsalem Fabrizio Bentivoglio Fabio Carfora Feodor Chaliapin Jr. Nicola D'Eramo Sergio Doria Andrea Flamini Jorge Krimer Ikky Maas Richard Paul Majewski Paolo Merosi Tomas Milian Paul Muller Paolo Paolini Lorenzo Piani Massimo Sarchielli Alex Serra Jean-François Stévenin Leslie Thomas Tim Woodward|
|Awards||1986 Cannes Film Festival|
|Plot||John the Baptist, the prophet of Israel, is imprisoned by Herod, governor of Judea for protesting Herod's marriage to his brother's wife. Jealousies rage and Herod's step-daughter and niece Salome seduces Herod by means of a torrid dance to give her the head of the prophet - but then tries to save the life of the man she has thus condemned. Updated to a WWII setting... see Salome on IMDb|
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|Salome is a drama that oscillates between Judea in 30 A.D. to a kitsch New York in the 20th century. King Herod (Tomas Milian) is having a hard time. He is worried about the upstart Caesar, he's plagued by bad omens like the wrong birds flying in the wrong direction, and it does seem like term limits may be imposed on them. After all, he and his wife are responsible for their constituents' inability to enjoy sex; they murdered Salome's father (King Herod's brother) which has left the people with a decided lack of libido. Salome herself (Jo Champa) comes along to set things right again, and then grabs her seven veils for a performance down in a basement where the long-suffering Yokanaan (Fabrizio Bentivoglio) is tied-up in chains.|
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