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Elizabeth Gaskell – North and South

Heart has its reasons A point of contact and a synthesis between opposites is not possible in the name of sense or interest, but only...

Kreola

Antonio Bonifacio (Cosenza, 1957) is a factotum in the cinema world: actor, scriptwriter and film/ television director – and of few forgettable films. He...

Anna Ettore – Solitudes

  He observed that his bus was late again that morning. Fortunately just for a few minutes, but enough to make him rush to get...

Salò or the 120 Days of Sodom

  Salò or the 120 Days of Sodom is the most debatable and complex film by Pasolini. It is posthumous, but complete. Released in 1975,...

Cataldo Russo – The Sky Above Me

Nothing was born from diamonds A bundle of clothes, a heap of plastic bags and newspapers covering the desperation of an abandoned body. Unfortunately, many people...

Two Women

  Two Women is a great film and based on the intense and intriguing novel by Alberto Moravia. The book is written in first person...

Silvio Donà – The Great Bucalossi

Borgolabigonza is not a metropolis and its football team, Bigonzese, has always played in one of the lowest leagues, unknown to most of people....

Bebo’s Girl [La ragazza di Bube] (1963)

  Luigi Comenicini shot one of his main movies without betraying the inner meaning of Carlo Cassola’s novel (Premio Strega in 1960), even if its...

Silvio Donà – The first copy arrives

“It’s here!” My wife’s voice on the phone is excited, even a little bit scared. “Are you sure? ” I ask. It’s a stupid question, I...

Stefan Zweig – Chess Story

A ship travels through the Atlantic Ocean, from New York to Buenos Aires, a small closed world where some peculiar characters live and, among...