Federico Fellini's Autobiography
Federico Fellini was one of the most individual and thought provoking directors who based most of his films upon his own reflections, dreams, life events and fantasies, who did not convey any special message for humanity but regarded cinema simply as entertainment. Is there an answer to everything? Can it possibly be? If yes, then life can no longer be so curious, so dynamic, so creative...
- Stars:Federico Fellini, Ingmar Bergman, Ingrid Bergman, Valentina Cortese, Anita Ekberg, John Huston, Jean Marais, Giulietta Masina, Marcello Mastroianni, Frank Perry, King Vidor,
- Director:Paquito Del Bosco,
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Federico Fellini's Autobiography torrent reviews
(au) wrote: Sharp and stylish, Human Capital is not only a cynical crime drama, but also an affecting and thought-provoking study on Italian society shown through the eyes of three different classes of people. A multi-layered story, this movie examines the value of human life and the different perspectives of success and happiness for people from different levels of our post-modern society.The story is built up around one single accident on the Christmas night, when a SUV rides over a lonely baker in the dark. Told from three different angles prior to the event and as a combination of these lives after the accident, Human Capital is a formidably constructed delivery by Paolo Virzi. All the three main characters, through whose eyes the story is told, represent groups of our post-modern society and are part of Virzi's puzzle that is meant to be a sharp commentary on people's relentless struggle for power and money. With a straight-forward and somehow emotionless take on his characters Virzi conveys his message against greed, envy and tendency to turn life and existence into money. Just like in real life, the story experiences strange turns and captures its characters unprepared for what is going to happen, regardless of their status. The audience is easily trapped by Dino's (Fabrizio Bentivoglio) desire for money and power, the spiritually tortured super-rich housewife Carla (Valeria Bruni Tedeschi) and the young, striving for her freedom Serena (Matilde Gioli). The curiosity of what is going to happen keeps the viewers involved and alert until the final (yet somehow predictable) moment of the movie. To sum it up, Human Capital is one of those examples of excellent European film-making that demands being seen by every self-respecting movie fan. Sharp, provoking and with sufficient food for the brains this is an affecting and yet quite cynical delivery that would be stuck in your mind for some days after you see the final credits.
(jp) wrote: Very predictable story line but dependable performances makes this one a one time watch. Not like Gangajal or Apaharan but better than horrible Aarakshan. Watch it for realistic portrayal of Naxalites.
(ca) wrote: One star is being generous
(ca) wrote: The film that surprised me the most this year. Acting is great, the plot is not what it seems. Unexpected thrills.
(fr) wrote: Superman and Batman are in the same movie together!!!!
(nl) wrote: I used to watch this all the time when I was a kid!
(kr) wrote: Horrible remake. I expected so much more from Steven Spielberg. Bad acting from Tom Cruise was expected. The original was far more entertaining.
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