It mixes light and shadow, misery and nobility, as in a movie before Paolo Sorrentino. Naples is a city of contrasts, ornate Baroque mansions alongside ramshackle homes, relentless and undisciplined traffic, and has an official unemployment rate of 21.5 percent, twice the national average. But it is also a cultural, popular and cultured city and home to songs such as “Ya Sol Mio” and “Santa Lucia.” This is the method used by the file The New York TimesUsing a code that is more complex than the obvious judgments of “Le Figaro” and caused controversy precisely in the days of the Oscar-nominated film.
“It was Deuce’s hand” in the middle of the article he signed Elisabetta PovoledoThe autobiographical story of his lineup becomes an excuse to talk about the city itself and its transformations, the open-air groups that have become customary, and the creative vibe that Sorrentino supports by such directors as Antonio Capuano, Mario Marton, Stefano Incerti, Pape Corsicato. With “Un posto al Sole” and “The team”, beyond the vision of Gomorra Mathieu Garron and TV series. Thus “Naples in turn is wonderful and decadent, sunny and unpredictable, comfortably familiar and ultimately a frontier land.”
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