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Bacanal (Antonio Meliande, Brazil, 1980)
Bacanal en directo (Miguel Madrid, Spain, 1979)
Bacanales romanas (Jaime J. Puig, Spain, 1982)
Bakat (Francis Posadas, Philippines, 2002)
Balagan (Andrey Benkendorf, Soviet Union, 1990)
Bandera rota (Gabriel Retes, Mexico, 1979)
Bandido, Fúria do Sexo (David Cardoso, Brazil, 1979)
Banovic Strahinja (Vatroslav Mimica, Yugoslavia, 1983)

A brutal romance based on a folk legend from the time of the Ottoman invasions of Serbia late in the 14th Century. Lady Andja, young wife of Banovic Strahinja, is carried off on horseback by the leader of a band of Turkish marauders. We follow the nobleman's seemingly hopeless quest to find and return her.

The art direction and atmosphere is wonderfully authentic, and some of the effects are executed with Italian-style cruelty and gusto. The main musical theme, a melancholy flutey air, is beefed up with string orchestration, luckily without the overblown Italian treatment this time. Later on it is well complemented by some haunting choral chants.

While the action scenes are impressively staged there are not enough of them, and too many scenes of talking around campfires and dining tables, especially in the middle section. Overall the pace tends to drag.

Franco Nero is a surprise choice for the title role, but he's a more strangely sympathetic actor than any other that might play the heroic knight. He conveys a sense of sadness, not just for his loss and the hopelessness of his crusade, but also for his suspicion that it might be unworthy of him. Sanja Vejnovic is a perfect damsel, but some say she is likely fickle; wouldn't it be simpler just to start again with another one?

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Barierata (Christo Christov, Bulgaria, 1979)
Barwy ochronne (Krzysztof Zanussi, Poland, 1977)
Beatriz (Gonzalo Suárez, Spain, 1976)
Because of the Cats (Fons Rademakers, Netherlands, 1973)
Belinda dos Orixás na Praia dos Desejos (Antonio Bonacin Thome, Brazil, 1979)
Beshenoe zoloto (Samson Samsonov, Soviet Union, 1977)
Bestialità (George Eastman, Italy, 1976)
Bildnis einer Trinkerin (Ulrike Ottinger, West Germany, 1979)
Bis daß der Tod euch scheidet (Heiner Carow, East Germany, 1979)
Blade Violent - I violenti (Bruno Mattei, Italy, 1983)
Blanca Nieves y sus 7 amantes (Ismael Rodríguez, Mexico, 1980)

Mexican castaway comedy in which a shipwrecked Sasha Montenegro is washed ashore on a desert island inhabited by a gang of seven hardened crooks. There seems something a little wrong with this set-up, almost as if it were back-to-front. But never mind, Sasha is a secret agent (according to the synopsis) and well able to look after herself.

There's surprisingly little nudity in the film. There's an early-ish scene in which Sasha strips to bathe while being ogled en masse, but it's mishandled and she looks pallid and dumpy. Later there are some better scenes, but they're actually less revealing; this is the way to try the patience of an audience.

It can get quite bleak for a comedy, especially since part of the laugh factor is the blokes being killed off one-by-one. There's some impressively stark photography; compare with Tina Romero in Mujeres salvajes.

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Bleak Moments (Mike Leigh, UK, 1972)
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