Discovery Atlas: Season 1, Episode 2

Italy Revealed (8 Oct. 2006)

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Throughout one Italian year, the program tells the stories of unique characters, and will display Italian life within the natural cycle of the seasons. While taking this journey, watch the ... See full summary »

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Throughout one Italian year, the program tells the stories of unique characters, and will display Italian life within the natural cycle of the seasons. While taking this journey, watch the individual storylines unravel the lives of ordinary Italians. Written by Anonymous

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Expected to see Italy and saw several Italians' challenge
26 May 2007 | by (Sydney) – See all my reviews

As we prepared for a trip to Italy, we bought this blu ray and were looking forward to a first glimpse on some nice spots in Italy and some ideas on what we could add to our "must see" list. "Italy Revealed" was very far from achieving that. There are a few nice images about parts of Italy (in the north the Alps, in the south Sicily and aerial views of Venice, Siena and very shortly of Rome). The main subject of this film though is to follow a few Italians' life targets like winning in a competition, acquiring a job or trying to lead successfully a fashion oriented family business. The few images on Venice, Siena, Rome and the mountains cannot in any measure stand to explain the choice of the title this film was given. In addition and sadly, instead of bringing a positive note to the production, Isabella Rossellini's somehow harsh voice as the narrator, fails to gain the viewer in a last effort to save the documentary.


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