Mondo Cane is a cult film-documentary from 1962, directed by Paolo Cavara,
Gualtiero Jacopetti and Franco Prosperi. Awarded at the 15th Cannes Film
Festival, the film was a great international success, giving life to a real cinematic
strand of sensationalist documentaries, which took the name of Mondo-Movie,
groups around the world, but highlighting all the most unusual, extravagant and
grotesque aspects, to excess.
The soundtrack by Riz Ortolani and Nino Oliviero had a particular success too.
Innovative and modern, with its finest cinematic feel that spans from jazz to
exotica and orchestral themes, it won a Grammy and was nominated for the
Oscar in 1963. The instrumental track Modelle in Blue / Models in Blue became
famous with the title Ti Guarderò Nel Cuore/ More, with the addition of the lyrics
by Marcello Ciorciolini.
So Far, “More” collected over a thousand recordings and interpretations by the
greatest artists of all time (amongst others, Nat King Cole, Aretha Franklin, Frank Sinatra), with over 70 million records sold.