Ruggero Deodato: Director Of 'Most controversial Film Ever' Died At The Age Of 83

Ruggero Deodato: Director Of 'Most controversial Film Ever' Died At The Age Of 83

Updated on December 30, 2022 16:02 PM by Ava Sara

Heartbreaking News! Ruggero Deodato, who is well-known for directing the 'most controversial film ever' not more, took his last breath at 83. He inspired moviemakers Eli Roth, Quentin Tarantino, and Oliver Stone. His notorious release was 'Cannibal Holocaust' which came in front of viewers in 1980. 

One Italian News reported that Deodato died on Thursday, 29th December 2022, but the cause of death is still anonymous.

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Cannibal Holocaust' Was A Shockingly Realistic 

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Deodato put a test of murder in 'Cannibal Holocaust,' considered shockingly realistic. It featured acts of real-life animal killing and sadomasochism that led the film to ban it in several countries. Deodato convinced the actors to disappear for one year to make it more reliable. 

Though, the police grabbed all and indicted the moviemakers for apparently slaying the cast. Facing 30 years of jail, the director, Deodato, convinced the movie's actors to appear in court and save him from a further sentence. He said that the movie was sarcasm on exploitative violence.

The movie saw an academic vision headed towards the Amazon Forest in a hunt of an American documentary crew who were scared of being eaten by a cannibal community

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Cannibal Holocaust Inspired By Horror Genre 'found Footage

Cannibal Holocaust,' the movie, was hailed to be the inspiration of 'found footage' in the horror genre, which includes 'V/H/S' and 'The Blair Witch Project.' Deodato accused the filmmakers of 'Blair Witch' for taking the idea and said he 'did not like' the hit 1999 horror movie.

Alongside, Deodato indicted Oliver Stone for stealing one of a village sequence from 'Cannibal Holocaust, exactly from his Vietnam movie, 'Platoon.' He made his career from Roberto Rossellini as an assistant director. Also, he made 'torture porn' as a cameo appearance in 2007. 

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