Savana violenta (1976) (English: Violent Savanna), also known as This Violent World and Mondo Violence, is a Mondo film directed by Antonio Climati and Mario Morra. The film documents various scenes of graphic behavior in an attempted exposé of worldly violence. It is narrated by Giuseppe Rinaldi.
The film is the second collaborative feature between Antonio Climati and Mario Morra in their series of Mondo films called the Savage Trilogy, following Ultime grida dalla savana.
Antonio Climati and Mario Morra followed up their Ultima Grida dalla Savana with this somewhat less disturbing mondo shockumentary. There are singing penguins, a Sri Lankan man who buries his head in the sand like an ostrich, porn actors struggling with erectile dysfunction, and a 131-year-old mystic. On the more alarming side are fakirs cutting off their own tongues and animals killing their prey. It should be noted that one American print of this film, titled Mondo Violence, is assembled in a different order from the original, providing even more jarring juxtapositions of imagery. Directors: Antonio Climati, Mario Morra.
Cast: Giuseppe Rinaldi (Narrator). Italy, 1976.
Language: Italian. Download Savana violenta / Mondo Diavolo / This Violent World.