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Eva Braun (2015)

A mix create a grotesque journey through power, sex and will of people who does everything to be successful: Pier (Andrea Riva) is a powerful and important Mogul who keeps the power in his ... See full summary »

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Andrea Riva ... Pier
Susanna Giaroli ... Romy / Pier's mistress
... Elisa / Teacher
... Bea
Giulia Martina Faggioni ... Marta
Nathan Macchioni ... Matteo
Gabriele Falsetta ... George / Driver
... L'amico / The friend (as Christian Stelluti)
Erika Urban ... La madre di Bea / Bea's mother
Jgor Barbazza ... Marco
Carlo A. Sigon ... Benny / Producer (as Carlo Sigon)
Camilla Barindelli ... Eva
Lorenzo Martino ... Pier / bambino / child
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Claudia Chiodi ... Ragazza al bar / Girl at the bar
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A mix create a grotesque journey through power, sex and will of people who does everything to be successful: Pier (Andrea Riva) is a powerful and important Mogul who keeps the power in his country. Elegant, ironical and well educated, he has a bizarre sexual instinct which is satisfied by his mistress, Romy (Susann Giaroli), who collect people, men and women (musicians, directors, writers and businessmen) who agree to satisfy his weird fantasies for getting his help to the way to success. Like a Decameron, a group of people in a house meet their pride and greed for power and sex. Written by lament

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Sex. Scandals, Politics. An Italian Story

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9 February 2015 (UK)  »

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€30,000 (estimated)
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Berlusconi through the looking glass
25 May 2015 | by See all my reviews

This movie is about Italy, but it goes deeper than any documentary could do.

However it's not a pessimistic movie: it's full of gags and humour, symbol of a Country that is impossible to portrait in a serious way.

Pier, the leading character, is a sort of Silvio Berlusconi, former Italian prime minister, but he's more human, but not less tragic.

He is obsessed by sex and by stealing each other's souls and bodies, and he is just a man with an empire in decline.

Erotic scenes fading in humouristic ones, tragic mixed with grotesque, brilliant dialogues and extreme sequences: this movie is quite unique.

The actors are all good. The most talented one is the girl who plays Bea (Adele Raes), really moving.


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