The Man With The Balloons

  • 1964
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Comedy

Originally produced in black and white in 1964, then cut and added to the film OGGI, DOMANI, E DOPODOMANI (TODAY, TOMORROW, AND THE DAY AFTER THAT), a Carlo Ponti production. Ferreri reclaimed his portion and released it as a feature after original scenes were tinted and color footage was added. The result is a somewhat confusing spoof about a rich industrialist,...read more

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Originally produced in black and white in 1964, then cut and added to the film OGGI, DOMANI, E DOPODOMANI (TODAY, TOMORROW, AND THE DAY AFTER THAT), a Carlo Ponti production. Ferreri reclaimed his portion and released it as a feature after original scenes were tinted and color footage was

added. The result is a somewhat confusing spoof about a rich industrialist, overplayed by Mastroianni, who is driven crazy by the mystery of how a balloon works. As his girl friend, Spaak manages to convey a strong sense of eroticism while remaining totally clad. Songs are "Barefoot" (sung by

Orietta Berti) and two instrumentals, "Where Have You Been" and "Black-White" (performed by the Gep and Gep combo).

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  • Review: Originally produced in black and white in 1964, then cut and added to the film OGGI, DOMANI, E DOPODOMANI (TODAY, TOMORROW, AND THE DAY AFTER THAT), a Carlo Ponti production. Ferreri reclaimed his portion and released it as a feature after original scenes… (more)

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