Italian auteur Bernardo Bertolucci is known for his skinternational movies, from The Conformist (1970) and Last Tango in Paris (1972) to The Last Emperor (1987) and Stealing Beauty (1996). In between, he whipped out the historical epic 1900 (1976). The NC-17 pic follows two men who were born on the same day in Italy. Alfredo Berlinghieri (Robert De Niro) is from a wealthy family and Olmo (Gérard Depardieu) is an illegitimate peasant. Despite their separate stations, the two are friends. But their relationship goes through changes as their country is affected by the rise of fascism from World War I to World War II. If you’re still reading, then the costume drama will keep your interest amid its extensive runtime. Indeed, there are ample reasons to sit through the heady proceedings, specifically Dominique Sanda. As Ada Chiostri Polan, the ravishing actress repeatedly reveals her rack, rump and muff! In one scene, she flaunts her boobs and pubes while dancing with DeNiro. In another, the couple copulate in the hay. What a masturbate-piece! The uncut version includes Alida Valli, Anna Maria Gherardi, Burt Lancaster, Donald Sutherland, Francesca Bertini, Laura Betti, Maria Monti, Stefania Sandrelli, and Stefania Casini’s three Bs! During a ménage à trois, the fair-haired lady launches into an epileptic fit that has her bare breasts, bush and bum bouncing in bed. Another deleted scene depicts the murder of a young boy at the hands of fascists. Apparently 1900 wasn’t a very good year, but at least it has some randy highlights!