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Charles Dickens – A tale of two cities

“Read Dickens, he is the master of us all” I would define myself as Cartesio’s son: doubt lives within me. I doubt that people’s actual skills...

Catherine Dunne – In the Beginning

There are emotions, feelings and sensations you think belong only to you, details you think you are the only one to perceive: however, it’s...

Marillion – Misplaced Childhood

"And the man in the mirror has sad eyes": Marillion and the jester's farewell It was the middle of 1985 when Europe noticed a British...

James Baldwin – Go Tell it on the Mountain

John is Reverend Grimes’ son, which is an upright preacher faithful until almost reaching fanaticism, inflexible until almost reaching sadism. Everyone expects the boy...

Ray Bradbury – Farewell Summer

The Enchanted Summer tells the story of Tom, Doug, John and other kids (and adults) who live in Green Town, a small town in...

“Deep Red” by Dario Argento

We attended a parapsychology conference in Rome. In that same room, Helga Ulmann (Macha Méril), a German medium, felt the presence of a person...

Scent of a Woman

Scent of a Woman (1974) is an Italian Comedy Film based on Giovanni Arpino’s novel The Darkness and The Honey (Il buio e il...

Heinrich Böll – The lost honour of Katharina Blum

“Calumny is a little breeze”: that is what Dr. Bartolo sings in the opera “The Barber of Seville”, Gioacchino Rossini’s most famous work, well...

John Williams – Augustus

The human aspect of power Considering the large number of people who have discovered John Williams’s writing through his most famous novel, Stoner, this “new”...

Fellini’s Half-Past Eight (8 ½ )

8 ½ is considered one of the greatest films in the cinema history. The movie inspires whole generations of directors (Pupi Avati decided to...