Durante la conquista de México por los españoles, Rodri, un náufrago español y Tizcuitl, la joven y bella hija azteka del rey de Tlacopan, poderoso súbdito del emperador Moctezuma, viven ... See full synopsis »
Don Vasari (the famous actor Bud Spencer) is an anti-conformist priest. For this reason he is transferred to a juvenile prison in a small town in the southern of Italy. Nino, a sixteen year... See full summary »
Three orphans and close friends, Danny, Francis and Paulie, are adopted by three families. Danny's bullied at school. Only Bops, the father of his adoptive mother, establishes a good ... See full summary »
Franco di Chiera
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This Spanish-French thriller is set in Madrid where late-night radio talk-show host Elena gets a call from serial killer Javier Barea who claims he will kill within the hour. Lawyer Maria ... See full summary »
There's a laconic but amazing beauty in Olmi's last release. "Cantando dietro i paraventi" is a song for all the adventures that we didn't experiment, for all the landscapes we'd never see. It's his more "wellesian" work and one of the movies that impressed me the most in the last five years. I don't want to think what would Greenaway do with this material but probably a total failure. This film from a veteran like Olmi remembers us that weerasethakul and Sang-soo are the present, not the future. After a long career and still recent his brilliant "Ilo mestiere delle armi", Olmi returns to a place that he never thought: the land of the filmmakers compromised with themselves and the history. It's amazing doing this in a rickety cinematography like Italy's. Cheers, signore Olmi
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