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Days of Nietzche in Turin (Dias de Nietzche em Turim) is a considerable attractive movie if you are into Nietzche's work, his life or gorgeous texts combined with strong takes of beautiful sights - and terrific music as well. Because, really, that's about all of it: it is an absolutely actionless movie without a single dialog, just for imagine. Basically, there is no plot, besides of the portrait of Nietzche's life at that period, with his own impressions and Turin's landscapes. Oh, of course, it depicts also Nietzsche's enormous mustache, making you, while getting lost amid the reading of his letters - despite being a very good monologue-like experience -, wonder how he used to ate with that dark bush beneath his nose.
In short, a cult fans and Nietzsche's admirers only. Even so, you might doze off.
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