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The Earth seen from the Moon

The Earth seen from the Moon is a surreal tale which is embodied in the movie The witches (1966), signed by Mauro Bolognini, Luchino...

OcchioPinocchio

Women in Skirts (1991) was a controversial but successful movie. It was the last great box office success by Nuti, even though it aroused...

Cinema Paradiso

Talking nowadays about Cinema Paradiso seems rather useless given that everyone has talked about it, after the Award from the Cannes jury, the Golden...

A Dangerous Toy

A Dangerous Toy is a film that suffers from the climate of insecurity typical of 1970s’ Italy. The narrative apparatus built by Donati is...

Accattone

Ungrammatical cinematography was a definition that Pasolini himself gave to his cinema, nearer to painting, to Giotto’s and Masaccio’s fields of vision, and to...

San Babila, 8pm: a useless crime

Carlo Lizzani (1922-2013) is a director whose political ideas have never been a secret and, at the same time, he has always produced documentary...

Murder charge for a student

To my son Daniele who is becoming a man Mauro Bolognini (1922-2001) is an amazing and versatile film director. He mainly focused on romantic comedies...

Four times that night (1968)

This is an unusual Mario Bava’s movie (Sanremo, 1914- Rome, 1980) , one of our biggest horror and imaginary author, that is specialized in...

I am mine [Io sono mia]

Sofia Scandurra (Rome, 1937-2014) is a writer, screenwriter and documentary maker. This is her only feature film, which is based on a feminist novel...

Dead Men Ride (1971)

Aldo Florio is not a director specialized in western movies, he doesn’t shoot memorable films, neither does he dramatize masterpieces (among his best works,...