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‘I’m Nobody’, a story of violence with relentless escalation – Libero Quotidiano

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Giorgio Carbone

Born in Tortona (AL) on December 19, 1941. Graduated in Law in Pavia. Journalist since 1971. Actress Ida Maeda has been married for 45 years. Two sons. Film critic (my name) for “La Notte” from 1971 to 1995. For “Libero” from 2000 to today. Author of three dictionaries: Film Dictionary (1978-1990); All films (from 1991 to 1999); Television Dictionary (1993).

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I’m nobody
Sky Cinema Action, 9pm with Bob Odenkirk, Connie Nielsen, Christopher Lloyd. Directed by Elijah Neschuler. US production 2021. Duration: 1 hour 40

the plot
The cage is a quiet family man. So calm that no one (starting with his family) considers him capable of making a violent gesture. In fact, he does not react when his home and family are attacked by a group of thugs. In fact, Hutch has a very violent past as a secret agent. Which comes back to him on the night he was somewhat forced to defend a woman who was molested on the bus. The harassers are sent to the hospital with a top-secret diagnosis. The problem is that they were not ordinary perpetrators. One of them is a family member of a Russian mafia boss who demands revenge. Conflict between Hutch and the boss, two big shots of physical violence, is inevitable.

why do you see it
Because the story of violence that sleeps, sleeps, and then explodes irrepressibly is told with an imperceptible but stubborn escalation. And Odenkirk, not known for his pelvis-repaired face, is the most dedicated translator you could wish for.

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