Watch the video. Looking for some great streaming picks? Check out some of the IMDb editors' favorites movies and shows to round out your Watchlist. Sign In. Down this week. Actor Director Writer. Giovanni Brass was born on 26 March into the family of a famous artist, Italico Brass, who was his grandfather. Italico gave his grandson a nickname "Tintoretto," which Giovanni later adapted into his cinematic name, Tinto Brass.
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Giovanni "Tinto" Brass born 26 March is an Italian filmmaker. In the s and s, he directed many critically acclaimed avant-garde films of various genres. In the s and s Brass was considered a promising experimental and avant-garde director, and his debut film Who Works Is Lost got very favorable reviews after screening at Venice Film Festival L'urlo was shown in competition at Berlin Film Festival After Salon Kitty and Caligula , the style of his films gradually changed towards erotic films. Caligula was originally supposed to be a satire on power instead of an erotic film, but the producers changed and re-edited the film entirely without Brass's consent, removing many political and comical scenes, and re-shooting pornographic ones, to make the film a pornographic drama. The director demanded that his name be stricken from the credits, and he is only credited for "Principal Photography". Other notable works of Brass's later period include The Key and Senso ' He was making films into his seventies. Brass' films since his early works follow an impressionistic style — they tend not to show immense landscapes, but bits and pieces of the scenery and peripheral characters and objects through pans and zooms , thus imitating how the viewer might see the events if he were actually present.