A young director years old, lives with a girl. Active part of the Intellectual society, he represents perfectly the union between fear and determination, that changes deeply his way of understanding the world that surrounds him. His only aim is to leave a footstep of his presence on this world realizing a film.Written by
La Rabbia of Louis Black, beyond a reasonable doubt, is a bad film. The continuous search for the director's approach to the atmospheres of Fellini's films, not only in this movie, maybe they're bringing it near the area of activity of the master but the smell is felt in the Nero's films is that of chemical baths used for the filming of 'Interview'. Of all the film is saved only the good soundtrack, everything else, to paraphrase trivially a singer, is boredom. Even the dream visions or passages that, presumably, could have interesting implications, they can attempt to ridicule the emancipation of the director of the true cinema. The director's desire to free himself from the shapeless and consistent mass may be appreciable, however, managed to bring in any place other than the utter emptiness that is the frightening lack of gravity in which La rabbia is floating.
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