Riccardo Botta

Riccardo Botta

Genova / Graphic Designer and Photographer in Italy
Riccardo Botta
Altre idee da Riccardo
Disposable Heroes Of Hiphoprisy / Television by The Drug Of The Nation

Disposable Heroes Of Hiphoprisy / Television by The Drug Of The Nation

Smilla, una gatta che ho visto crescere.

Smilla, una gatta che ho visto crescere.

Blood Feast by Herschell Gordon Lewis (1963)

Blood Feast by Herschell Gordon Lewis (1963)

Illustration by Ethan Hackett (ethanhackett.com)

Illustration by Ethan Hackett (ethanhackett.com)

Surprize

Surprize

Libellula sul Filo Spinato

Libellula sul Filo Spinato

Scoiattolo Rosso nel Parco di Nervi

Scoiattolo Rosso nel Parco di Nervi

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Despite its limited budget, "X" The Man with X-ray Eyes is more of an A film than a B film. X is also one of Roger Corman's best films. American International Pictures gave Corman more rein than usual on this project. Though with only a $300,000 budget and 15 days to shoot, it was still B level project. The results, however, were far above the usual B. A well-meaning doctor thinks mankind would benefit from being able to see much more than the visible spectrum of light.

Despite its limited budget, "X" The Man with X-ray Eyes is more of an A film than a B film. X is also one of Roger Corman's best films. American International Pictures gave Corman more rein than usual on this project. Though with only a $300,000 budget and 15 days to shoot, it was still B level project. The results, however, were far above the usual B. A well-meaning doctor thinks mankind would benefit from being able to see much more than the visible spectrum of light.

Andre Duvalier (an intensely young Jack Nicholson), an officer in Napoleon's army, is lost, wandering around the Baltic coast. Actually, judging from the familiar rock formations, it's the Pacific Palisades, but never mind. Near dead of thirst, he falls from his horse and is revived not only by the ocean spray, but also a beautiful woman (Sandra Knight) emerging from the sea. She leads him to a fresh water spring, introduces herself as Helene, and walks back into the raging surf.

Andre Duvalier (an intensely young Jack Nicholson), an officer in Napoleon's army, is lost, wandering around the Baltic coast. Actually, judging from the familiar rock formations, it's the Pacific Palisades, but never mind. Near dead of thirst, he falls from his horse and is revived not only by the ocean spray, but also a beautiful woman (Sandra Knight) emerging from the sea. She leads him to a fresh water spring, introduces herself as Helene, and walks back into the raging surf.