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THE STORY Travelling to Rome by train, middle-aged businessman Snàporaz (Marcello Mastroianni) enters a dream-like state where he finds himself in a world dominated by women. Here, he encounters the Madonnas and whores of his life, his unsatisfied former wife, … Continue reading
Having wowed audiences and critics alike playing opposite Sophia Loren in 1964′s Academy Award nominated Marriage Italian Style, Marcello Mastroianni was teamed up with another Italian beauty, Virna Lisi, in the following year’s screwball comedy, Casanova 70. Mastroianni again plays … Continue reading
What went wrong with Nine? On paper, this glossy musical looked a sure-fire hit. It’s got a starry cast headed by Daniel Day-Lewis, Marion Cotillard and Penélope Cruz (Oscar winners all, as are co-stars Nicole Kidman, Judi Dench and Sophia … Continue reading
Robert De Niro steps into Marcello Mastroianni’s shoes in Everybody’s Fine, an Americanised remake of the 1990 Italian movie Stanno tutti bene, Giuseppe Tornatore’s follow-up film after the international success of Cinema Paradiso. In the original, Mastroianni played an elderly … Continue reading
Michelangelo Antonioni returns to his birthplace for his directorial swansong, Par-delà les nuages (Beyond the Clouds), a gorgeous-looking quartet of erotic tales, co-directed by Wim Wenders, dealing with love and desire that harks back to auteur-lead anthology films like Spirits … Continue reading