Mega rare original 1977 Italian pressing.
Maladolescenza (German: Spielen Wir Liebe) is a controversial film from 1977 directed by Pier Giuseppe Murgia. The movie is banned in most countries. The film was co-produced by two Munich companies as well as an Italian enterprise, from 17 August to 16 September 1976, filmed in upper Austria and Kärnten. In Germany, although released uncut in cinemas at 91 minutes in 1977, public outcry caused for several scenes to be removed on its home video releases bringing the running time down to 77 minutes. In 2004, a German dvd distributor restored these cuts in a re-mastered version running at 91 minutes. This version was later banned in a German court on 28 July 2006, withdrawing all copies from distribution. The music to the movie was written by Pippo Caruso and recorded in stereo at Dirmaphon Studios, Rome, Italy. Italian soundtrack specialist Cinevox records released the original 18-track soundtrack on vinyl in 1977 as well as a vinyl single. The Japanese label Seven Seas released a vinyl single in 1979. This is however the original mega rare Italian 1977 pressing.
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