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Cult director Sergio Martino, during the most glorious mondo years, delivered Naked and Violent, a documentary which unveils the brutality of the USA. Hidden behind a mask of perfection and justice, Naked and Violent traces the problems of American society in the 70s: from racial persecutions to the depraved sexual habits of the middle class, from the drug market to illegal gambling.

  1. Sergio Martino

    Director

  2. Luciano Martino

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Guido Gerosa

    Commentary

  2. Gianfranco Vene

    Commantary

  3. Edmund Purdom

    Edmund Purdom

    Narrator (voice): English version

  4. Giorgio Albertazzi

    Giorgio Albertazzi

    Narrator (voice)

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Naked and Violent

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Original Title America così nuda, così violenta

Status Released

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  • July 29, 1970
    Theatrical

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Original Language Italian

Runtime 1h 44m

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