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Marat/Sade
7.5 Rating
(14 ratings)
7.6 IMDB rating

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Patrick Magee

Patrick Magee

Marquis de Sade
Ian Richardson

Ian Richardson

Jean-Paul Marat
Clifford Rose

Clifford Rose

Monsieur Coulmier
Glenda Jackson

Glenda Jackson

Charlotte Corday
Freddie Jones

Freddie Jones

Cucurucu
Hugh Sullivan

Hugh Sullivan

Kokol
John Hussey

John Hussey

Newly Rich Lady


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Peter Weiss

Peter Weiss

play and
Geoffrey Skelton

Geoffrey Skelton

English translation


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2 years, 3 months ago at Jan 9 23:56

Patrick Magee (A Clockwork Orange) plays the Marquis de Sade (the founder of sadism), who directs a play performed by people in an insane asylum as a form of a therapeutic psychodrama. The theory behind this approach is that the patient by acting can understand his or her psychiatric disorder and through acting out their traumas they are supposed to get cured. It a method still used today ... read more
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Release date: 13 April 1967
UPC: 014381452327
1967 (2), Drama (1), Music (1), 1960s (1), Historical Drama (1), Theater (1)
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" Marat Sade in two words is basically this: relentless insanity. After I watched it, my eyes and brain felt raped. I mean it's just so shocking and ferocious and powerful, most of all. It's an adaption of a play about the Marquis De Sade's forced duration in a mental asylum, and how he would train inmates to act and perform plays, including the one about Charlotte Corday's murder of Jean-Paul Marat. If you watch it, you'll never forget it. "


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Patrick Magee (A Clockwork Orange) plays the Marquis de Sade (the founder of sadism), who directs a play performed by people in an insane asylum as a form of a therapeutic psychodrama. The theory behind this approach is that the patient by acting can understand his or her psychiatric disorder and through acting out their traumas they are supposed to get cured. It a method still used today by psychiatrists. The Marquis de Sade is there as a political prisoner and traces the history of the French Revolution in the play he has written.

The viewer sits outside the bars of a large bathroom cell, where the play is performed, as part of the gentry who watch the play for entertainment. Charlotte Corday, played by Glenda Jackson (Lost and Found) in her starring film debut, has ” read more

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