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Salome (1985)





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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. ~ Eleanor Mannikka, Rovi


Pamela Salem
as Herodias
Jo Champa
as Salome
Fabiana Torrente
as Salome as a Child
Mohamed Salem Badr
as Second Assassin
Nicola D'Erama
as First Guest
Sergio Doria
as Horseman
Annie Carol Edel
as The Mother Goddess
Andrea Flamini
as Imperial Legionnaire
Jorge Krimer
as Secon Guest
Daniele Melani
as Gladiator
Paolo Paolini
as First Dignitary
Valerie Racz
as Princess
Massimo Sarchielli
as First Assassin
Alex Serra
as High Priest
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