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Venezia 80, all reviews of the most anticipated films at the Venice Film Festival [IN AGGIORNAMENTO]

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It’s officially started 80th Venice International Film Festival: Lido, the world’s most famous beach town, has already started hosting world-famous directors, actors and actresses and their films. There are several important titles in the competition: from Bad things to Yorgos Lanthimos On the new effort Luke BessonEven expected Ferrari to Michael Mann. Did you succeed or fail? In this article we will collect, throughout the duration of the Venice Expo, Ratings and reviews of the most awaited movies. Day by day, we will upload the opinions of the magazine’s editorial staff the best movie To give you a practical guide between the different works of the main competition Venice 80 And other sections.

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Gun Reviews80

  • Commander Eduardo de Angelis

Commander Pierfrancesco Favino

“Commander”, an ambitious war film, more funereal than spectacular, chooses the most difficult and difficult way to tell the story of fascist war hero Salvatore Todaro: the choral fresco on the Pieta that reclaims ideology, of the cruel torment of man that enriches the torturous shadows of military discipline.

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  • El Conde by Pablo Larraín

Venezia 80, all reviews of the most anticipated films at the Venice Film Festival

Venezia 80, all reviews of the most anticipated films at the Venice Film Festival

“El Conde” is to Pablo Larraín what “Pardo” is to Iñárritu: a decidedly free film in which the director revisits the bloody past of Pinochet’s Chile, making the dictator a literal monster, a bloodsucker. A diversion that ends in its premise: This biography is so far removed from Spenser’s nuances that it goes beyond the allegorical side and the coarse political satire there isn’t much.

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Ferrari driver Michael Mann Adam

Ferrari brings with her the alienation of Italianism we see from America in the house of Gucci and the dark melancholy of Pasolini Ferrara, but between them there is the mastery of Michael Mann, a pure filmmaker with a love for technical expertise and elusive ghosts. He desires.

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Venezia 80, all reviews of the most anticipated films at the Venice Film Festival

Venezia 80, all reviews of the most anticipated films at the Venice Film Festival

In Dogman, Luc Besson wants to investigate the psychological impact of terrible suffering, such as that of a child locked in a dog cage by his father (a true news story). The result is a film that moves from Joker to Leon, with a deep empathic impact that unfortunately weakens when it comes time for the dramatic climax.

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  • “Bastarden” by Nicolai Arcel

Bastard gun

In Bastarden, Mads Mikkelsen plays a man who, in pursuit of his rural dream of taming the Danish moors, finds himself at the heart of a saga with both epic and tragic contours. An introduction to Rimbaud, a character wonderfully introduced by the Danish translator who, like a black hole, attracts every little scene or action towards itself, increasing the effectiveness of a film that is sometimes very classical in its surroundings by a few notches.

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  • Poor Things by Yorgos Lanthimos

Venezia 80, all reviews of the most anticipated films at the Venice Film Festival

Venezia 80, all reviews of the most anticipated films at the Venice Film Festival

Poor Things is a queer coming-of-age story concerned above all with exploring the sexual realm of Emma Stone’s Frankenstein Gallery: the story of a woman brought back to life and forced to start from scratch that is an alibi for an insightful socialite. A satire that moves between metaphor and literalism, it raises feminist issues, a kind of gothic counterpart to Barbie in which Lanthimos once again places the body and its processes of transformation at the centre.

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