Pour: Salvatore Gattuso
Director: Daniele Cipri
Release date: 01/01/1995
The best Italian film of the ’90s, the most extreme and radical work since SALO’, a ruthless portrayal in a surreal metaphorical tone of a civilization doomed to worship its own blindness. The two Sicilian directors use a language that is free of compromise and of the traditional rules of action: the film is shot in sharp and very contrasting black and white, without nice pimp music and without a logical story. There are no women (the ones we see are actually men) and the language is strict Sicilian dialect. The director’s style is characterized by long stills on a post-atomic world that is actually present-day Palermo, inhabited by fat people in socks and underwear, who burp and fart as they roam the stinking alleys and garbage dumps.
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