Farinelli, is the artistic name of Carlo Broschi, a young singer in Handel's time. He was castrated in his childhood in order to preserve his voice. During his life he becomes to be a very ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Farinelli is a 1994 biopic film about the life and career of Italian opera singer Farinelli, considered one of the greatest castrato singers of all time.
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Hael H (fr) wrote: Extraordinary piece of filmmaking from an outstanding cast. Brutal, tense, distasteful and yet utterly brilliant.
Andrew H (ag) wrote: Just as bad as the fourth. Again, just call it Rave to the Grave and maybe the ratings wouldn't be so bad.
Steven C (nl) wrote: Steven Soderbergh's "Full Frontal" is insanely misunderstood. It's deliberately confusing and unapologetically experimental. They experiment with narrative, cinematography, acting and dialogue and editing. This is Soderbergh's send up to pretentious Hollywood. I really don't see how that couldn't be any clearer with it's purposefully messy cinematography, reality questioning film within a film plot and it's "Hitler" character. The movie is full of zany, truthful characters (especially Catherine Keener and David Hyde Pierce) and juicy, wacky monologues (Keener scores here again). It's a sort of post-modernist take on Robert Altman. I thought it was a lot of fun but I can certainly understand the universal hate, though it's not called for.
Michael C (gb) wrote: Great IMAX film in DTS surround! A must for any home theater and racing fan!
Denise A (ru) wrote: I'm so cheesy! I think It's really funny!
Kirk E (nl) wrote: A nice little piece of obscure '70s grit and realism. Fantastic performances all around.
Richard C (mx) wrote: Hard-to-find Jacques Tati-involved half-hour short, recommended to fans of Tati. Tati injects his comedy now and then, the premise itself isn't as funny now as it might've seemed in the late '60s. But having Hulot participate in the silly "examples" makes up for that. The class is more like having a class clown for a teacher; naturally, some dialogue is worth a chuckle or two. Some surprising scenes involve Tati referencing himself way back when and the final shot which gives a lot of insight into Tati's probable sets.
Josh T (br) wrote: The Donner Cut of this would have been my favorite Superman movie. But the Lester version is middling, though better than the two installments that followed.
Alessandro C (ru) wrote: chilling in some scenes but the plot is simply ridiculous and predictable