Colour, 1968, 98m. / Directed by Roger Vadim / Starring Jane Fonda, John Phillip Law / Paramount (US R1 NTSC, UK R2 PAL) / WS (2.35:1) (16:9)
Okay, everybody sing along now: "Barbarella psychedella..." Paramount has atoned for numerous DVD sins as of late by releasing Barbarella, the campy thorn in the side of Jane Fonda's curtailed film career. You see, before the current Mrs. Turner was winning Oscars and traipsing over enemy lines during controversial wars, she was married to French director Roger Vadim (a talented guy who eventually transformed himself into the Gallic film equivalent of Hugh Hefner). Vadim placed Jane in a number of sexy arthouse vehicles like Circle of Love, Spirits of the Dead, and the memorably bizarre The Game Is Over. However, their relationship will always be best remembered for Barbarella, an adaptation of the classic S&M French comic strip in which Jane whizzes through the galaxy in various states of undress.
1973.- Don Juan ou Si Don Juan était une femme (UNA MUJER LLAMADA DON JUAN) Dir.- Roger Vadim. Int.- Brigitte Bardot, Maurice Ronet, Mathieu Carriere, Robert Hossein, Jane Birkin (En España: SI DON JUAN FUESE MUJER)