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The Night Porter #58 Bizarre Nazi film. A concentration camp survivor and her torture/lover does not sound like an interesting film to watch. However, it does examine the cruel nature of the Nazi culture. you can catch this film on DVD, or Hulu Plus.

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Before 50 Shades there was this film: "The Night Porter" (1974). Charlotte Rampling and Dirk Bogarde. Better writing to be sure...


'The Night Porter' by Liliana Cavani. In Liliana Cavani’s scintillating drama, a concentration camp survivor (Charlotte Rampling) discovers her ex-torturer/lover (Dirk Bogarde) working as a night porter at a hotel in postwar Vienna. When the couple attempt to re-create their sadomasochistic relationship, his former SS comrades begin to stalk them. Operatic and disturbing, The Night Porter deftly examines the cruelty and decadence of Nazi culture

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Charlotte Rampling made a name for herself in the 1960s for her seductive roles in films such as The Damned and The Night Porter, complex, sultry, and darkly mysterious characters. She became the poster girl for swinging London, whizzing around in a haze of Mini Coopers, minidresses and ménage à trois. Now aged 67, she still looks remarkable and was announced earlier this year as the new face of NARS make-up.


The Night Porter, directed in 1974 by the Italian Liliana Cavani, stars Dirk Bogarde as Maxmilian Theo Aldorfer, a former Nazi SS officer, and Charlotte Rampling as Lucia Atherton, a survivor of his concentration camp.