O Bandido da Luz Vermelha / The Red Light Bandit (1968) DVD9
O Bandido da Luz Vermelha is one of the great masterpieces of Brazilian Marginal Cinema, directed by the mad genius Rogerio Sganzerla,
The film looks at an infamous criminal – the Red Light Bandit – who breaks into houses and rapes the women. As the police try and track him down, the media hype his story up and he eventually becomes a cult figure used by everyone from corrupt politicians to his girlfriend. The crimes committed by the Red Light Bandit are shocking themselves, but Sganzerla put these crimes within the context of the actions of the politicians and the police, and in the process, shows a highly corrupt and brutal Brazil.
Based on an actual real-life criminal.

DVD9 | NTSC 4:3 | 01:33:09 | 7.10 Gb + 3% rec
Language: Portugues
Subtitles: English
Genre: Crime, Thriller

Director: Rogerio Sganzerla
Cast: Helena Ignez, Paulo Villaca, Pagano Sobrinho, Luiz Linhares
Country: Brazil

• Short films from Rogerio Sganzerla:
- Documentary. Audio: Portuguese. Subtitles: English
- B2. Audio: Portuguese

• Interviews with:
- Helena Ignez, actress. Audio: Portuguese
- Carlos Ebert, director of photography. Audio: Portuguese
- Helena Ignez and Carlos Ebert. Audio: Portuguese
- Rogerio Sganzerla and Sylvio Renoldi. Audio: Portuguese
- Inacio Araujo, film critic. Audio: Portuguese
- Fabio Fraccarolli, who works in the restoration of the film. Audio: Portuguese

• Featurette about the Restoration. Comparison before and after

• Profile of Rogerio Sganzerla (1946-2004 ). Text in Portuguese and English

• Gallery of rare images

• Rogerio Sganzerla Manifesto, written in 1968, during the filming of "The Red Light Bandit". Text in Portuguese and English

• "A Filmmaker for the New Millennium": Text of Bill Krohn for Cahiers du Cinema, in Portuguese and English.

• Trailer

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