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Arrivederci to Antonio Capuano

[/link] presented three films that were rarely seen in the U.S. - Luna Rossa and Polvere di Napoli has already been released in Italy. Mario’s War premiered here at MoMA before its official release. Mario’s War was at the Toronto Film Festival 2005 and received critical acclaim. Antonio was here to introduce all of his films and add a little insight into them. Luna Rossa (Red Moon), 2001, 116mins AC: "This film is brutal, it’s harsh, it’s violent. It is like a punch in the face. If anyone one of you like to be hit in the face or even the teeth then this film is for you and you will enjoy it." Luna Rossa is Capuano’s version of an epic. It’s his King Lear, his Once Upon a Time..., his Godfather I & II, his Orestiadi. It has a classic, more polished feel then his previous films.
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