Tag Archives: Elio Germano

Stefano Sollima – Suburra (2015)

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The Suburra quarter in ancient Rome was the quarter populated by taverns and brothels, where noble senators met with criminals in secret to do business and make money. Two thousand years later, not much seems to have changed in the Italian capital, politics and criminality continue to do business and the real world is governed by laws drawn up by corrupt politicians, through brokers without scruples in the shadow of an ambivalent Vatican. These were the findings of a recent judicial inquiry by the name of Mafia Capitale, which has now been brought to the big screen by Stefano Sollima’s new film, Suburra, at a time when Rome has just seen the resignation of its mayor, and is being plagued by ungovernability and the chaos of the upcoming Jubilee. Read More »

Dario Argento – Ti piace Hitchcock? AKA Do You Like Hitchcock? (2005)

A college film student, obsessed with the works of Alfred Hitchcock, investigates a murder committed in the apartment building across from his and suspects that his seductive neighbor hired a girlfriend to commit the deed. Read More »

Claudio Cupellini – Alaska (2015)

Quote:
Fausto and Nadine meet for the first time in a hotel in Paris. They both are fragile, alone and obsessed with an unreachable desire of happiness. Fausto is an Italian man who moved to France and is working as a waiter hoping to find success, but in vain. Nadine is a young and beautiful French girl. They will fall in love with each other and suffer together for their fate. Read More »

Daniele Luchetti – Mio fratello è figlio unico aka My Brother Is an Only Child (2007)


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Synopsis:
Two brothers are divided by matters of love and politics in this feature by a former actor and assistant director for Nanni Moretti.
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