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Review: Una vita spericolata

Review: Una vita spericolata

Marco Ponti’s sixth feature film is a grotesque on-the-road comedy in which three young rebels find themselves unwittingly involved in a robbery  

21/06 | Film | Italy

Review: Loro 2

Review: Loro 2

In his film about Silvio Berlusconi, Paolo Sorrentino appropriates and reinvents the billionaire politician’s entire history  

09/05 | Film | Italy/France

Review: Nato a Casal di Principe

Review: Nato a Casal di Principe

Bruno Oliviero’s film about the mysterious disappearance of Paolo Letizia in Casal di Principe in 1989 is the sorrowful tale of what it means for ordinary people to live under the reign of the Camorra  

25/04 | Film | Italy

Review: Loro 1

Review: Loro 1

Paolo Sorrentino delves into the conscience of the controversial politician and businessman, Silvio Berlusconi, leaving all moral commentary aside  

24/04 | Film | Italy/France

Review: Io sono Tempesta

Review: Io sono Tempesta

In this "opera buffa" by Daniele Luchetti, Marco Giallini plays a ruthless and charismatic businessman who is ordered to do community service  

12/04 | Film | Italy

Review: Se di tutto resta un poco. Sulle tracce di Antonio Tabucchi

Review: Se di tutto resta un poco. Sulle tracce di Antonio Tabucchi

Diego Perucci directs the first documentary dedicated to the famous writer: a journey through his life and the places he lived in Italy and Portugal  

11/04 | Film | Italy

Review: Bob & Marys

Review: Bob & Marys

Francesco Prisco’s second film is a light-hearted and somewhat rock’n’roll black comedy set in Naples, with Rocco Papaleo and Laura Morante at the helm  

04/04 | Film | Italy

Review: Carnivores

Review: Carnivores

Jérémie and Yannick Renier transform Leïla Bekhti and Zita Hanrot into conflicting sisters, in a cruel tale of love and sibling rivalry  

29/03 | Film | Belgium/France

Review: Back Home

Review: Back Home

Antonio Albanese returns to direct a bittersweet – and occasionally surreal – comedy that sees an exasperated sales assistant from Milan take a street vendor back to Senegal  

29/03 | Film | Italy

Review: Bitter Flowers

Review: Bitter Flowers

Olivier Meys tells the story, both with modesty and without pretence, of the destiny of a young woman who is sucked into the Chinese prostitution industry in Paris  

28/03 | Film | Belgium/France/Switzerland/China