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Dietro gli occhiali bianchi

Dietro gli occhiali bianchi is a movie starring Lina Wertmüller, John Simon, and Massimo Wertmüller. It is a musical portrait that shines a spotlight on unknown aspects of the creative, visionary and groundbreaking talent of...

Other Titles
Lina Wertmüller och hennes vita bågar, Behind the White Glasses, La femme aux lunettes blanches, Detrás de los anteojos blancos, Lina Wertmüller ja valkoiset lasit
Running Time
1 hours 52 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Biography, Documentary
Director
Valerio Ruiz
Writer
Valerio Ruiz
Actors
John Simon, Masolino D'Amico, Lina Wertmüller, Massimo Wertmüller
Country
Italy
Year
2015
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

A spotlight on Italian maestro Lina Wertmüller, the visionary and groundbreaking Italian writer-director who worked side by side with Federico Fellini and went on to make more than 30 films becoming the first woman ever to receive Academy Award nominations for Best Director, Best Original Screenplay and Best Foreign Film. A career tribute documenting her 50th anniversary in film enriched with interviews from many internationally renowned artists and critics.

Comments about biography «Dietro gli occhiali bianchi» (20)

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Mildred R.

I don't understand how a young man can get so deeply involved in such an important and interesting topic. This film has more than 100 minutes of footage, which must be a lot. In some sense the whole of Italian society lives within this studio and thus it is hard to have direct contact with the subjects of this film. The present subject, however, is not a topic of interest in itself, because it is one of the most dangerous and important issues that the world is facing. From our point of view, it is the issue of a global ecological catastrophe that threatens the very existence of mankind. In addition to this the documentary shows how the people of Sicily are facing the same issues of the people in the countries with their more or less historic resources. I think that the film was able to capture the complexity of the situation in Sicily and the thousands of young people who have such a clear feeling of the pressure from their surroundings. Even if they could not be involved in the discussions that the film had, I think that they were able to witness the impact of the industrial and political situation and to understand what was happening in their own local communities.

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Gregory H.

Giovanni Spagnuolo makes his triumphant return after a 6 year absence to talk with the Napoli fans, the people who think the club is the best in the world, and the people who don't, and about football in general. As always, he talks about his wife, who is also a journalist, and his other child who is doing his first article for a newspaper. The whole film is very funny. But if you can get past the quality of the film and the fact that the interviewees are not present in the home screen for the majority of the film, this is a great documentary. There are some great people in it. Spagnuolo himself, some of his players and an old friend who played for the club for many years. If you are a fan, you should watch it. And if you are not a fan, you should watch it.

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Carol G.

Filmmaker and Italian filmmaker, Claudio Granado, tells the story of Italian miners during the decline of the mining industry, how the workers lost their dignity and left the mines and how they fought against this new order of exploitation, but there were many who did not join the revolution. There were some who were also victims of the new economy of the time. The miners' support network, also known as the "mina di miner" or the "workers' guild" was highly hierarchical, the leaders were the richest men in town. It was very much like the ancient Greek guilds. The miners took their union and the problems they had were about how to deal with the new production. The miners were given six months of "consultation" before a decision was made on whether or not to take on the new and difficult production. The mining companies, the bosses, the management, the government were all very powerful and it was up to the miners to make their demands and the bosses to listen to them. It was also about how to deal with the new and more educated generation of workers, and the other workers, who were not as patient and simply considered to be necessary. It was also about the various unions that existed and how to fight against them. The miners union became more and more organized and powerful over time. The miners' strike in the early 70s did not just cause trouble for the company, but also for the unions. Many people died in the strikes and so did many others. There were also some women who were afraid of joining the union. This documentary was produced to protest against the miners' strike. It was not just a documentary about the miners, but also a documentary about the union, and also about the struggles and ideas that the union represented. It is a wonderful and informative documentary, but also a lot of information and information about other aspects of Italian labor history and culture. I liked the way that the documentary was filmed. It was very stylish, the camera work was beautiful and the locations were very attractive. It is also a very interesting documentary, but also a lot of information and information about other aspects of Italian labor history and culture. It was a wonderful and informative documentary.

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Carol J.

I've always been fascinated with the Italian director Pier Paolo Pasolini. His early films were essentially comedies, but he later turned into horror films, and it wasn't long before his work had become famous. I'm not a great fan of horror, but I do like horror movies. This film tells a story about the five best actors that worked in Pasolini's films, and they talked about their favorites films. Some of them are better than others, but you'll find that their answers to the question "What is your favorite horror film?" is a bit surprising. At first, the actors didn't know what to say. Many of them are dead, and there is no one alive to talk about the films, so they used a one-on-one conversation format. I found that this format worked fine, and I actually found it to be interesting. Many of the actors thought they were giving these candid answers to the film, but in the end, they were simply saying what they thought of their favorite films. Another interesting aspect about the interviews is the use of the film as a medium for the interviews. The interviews are in an old, black-and-white, quick-motion style. Pasolini said that it was important to him to use this style to emphasize the actors' personalities. You get the impression that the actors felt the same way. I think it was a good way to capture the essence of the interviews. Some of the interviews were really funny, and I found myself laughing out loud during the interviews. The interviews were usually very short, and when they ended, it was with a bit of a whimper. The five films were presented in an order: The Hunchback of Notre Dame, The Dream Lover, I Think I Love My Wife, The Magic Flute, and The Sound of Music. I felt that it was interesting to see all of the actors' films, and the introduction of the top five of them made the film really interesting. Each of the five actors are not particularly famous, and they were all surprised to be asked to talk about their favorite films. I think the film does a good job of giving the interviewees an opportunity to comment on the films, and I think the film does an excellent job of showing their personalities. This is a film that you should definitely see. It's a great story that I would like to see several times.

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Barbara

I like to think that I am pretty independent and self-reliant. I like to eat out of healthy portions, and to have a healthy food. I'm from a very rural area, and all my meals consist of produce, meat, vegetables, and healthy fats, mainly coconut oil and avocados. There are other people who are able to eat healthy, but they don't eat vegetarian or vegan and they have all the delicious and healthy foods that I do. I eat dairy and meat and I love it. I think that the dairy industry is a company that is able to make money by making people sick and diseased. I think it is selfish for a woman to love cows, and to give them food. I think it is unethical for a man to love cows, and to give them food. I don't want to eat meat, but I do have to. I like to eat fruit, vegetables, and meat. I have a great deal of respect for animals, and I'm not one of those people who cares if people are abused or killed for food. I like to eat healthy, and I love to eat meat. I'm happy that I live in a place where I can get healthy food at the convenience store. I have a good health, but I like to eat healthy. I like to think that I am healthy, but I do not eat meat and I'm not a vegetarian.

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Marilyn Turner

Fellini's films, of which I have only seen half of his work, are always stunning to me. Here, he is in his prime, in the height of his success, and he shares the stage with a remarkable cast of veteran actors, none of whom are given the same credit as Fellini did. Most of the actors are getting older, but they seem to be having a ball. The film itself is just plain fantastic, a good example of Fellini at his peak. The story is told in flashback and we get a series of visits to a number of people who are either connected with the story or who have had a major role in it. The stories are fascinating, some from the early years, others from the later period. It is surprising that the films are not known to be very well known. Fellini's greatest hits include The Last Temptation of Christ, The Last Temptation of Christ: Allegro Cavallaro, The Temptation of Christ, and La Traviata, but none of these are available on DVD. This is one of the best, most thought-provoking films I have seen, and I encourage anyone who hasn't seen it to check it out. (Spoilers) Fellini has many similarities to Edgar Allan Poe, the director of The Tell-Tale Heart, in the way he captures the very soul of the modern world and the way he sees the human condition. Fellini's films are very profound, and it is amazing that no one has been able to communicate that insight to the public until now. It is also great to see Fellini working with actors who are not just upstaging him, but are also giving the performances of their careers. He has this reputation for making people act like they are acting, but this is not the case. The actors are not acting, but are actually telling the stories that Fellini wanted to tell. Even though Fellini's films have this wonderful quality to them, he also knows how to make people talk like they are talking, and the best way to do that is to use the camera. Fellini does not just have the camera, he has the way he uses it. It is almost as if he is directing the actors and telling the story, but at the same time, he is using the camera to tell the story. Fellini is not simply a director, but a filmmaker. He is the cinematographer, and the director of photography. If the director cannot direct, then the camera is there to capture the emotions and emotions of the actors. Fellini did not always use the camera as a means of telling a story, but to convey his ideas. I believe that Fellini could have easily been a great filmmaker if he had been more consistent in his use of the camera, and I believe that this film will help to enhance his reputation as a great filmmaker. The film was nominated for seven Academy Awards, and it won two. I believe that it is an important film to be recognized for, and one that you should see.

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Walter

Bianchi's unsympathetic directorial debut is a thoughtful, painstakingly and meticulously crafted drama about the reality of contemporary-Italian society, but it isn't really about the people involved. It's really about Bianchi and his motives, which I didn't fully understand. I think the most interesting element about Bianchi is his unselfconsciously curious approach to his subject matter, as he goes out of his way to not just present his point of view, but to explain it. Bianchi works very hard to create a tone that is very hard to describe. His manner is, for the most part, a relatively low-key one. But it's not quiet, it's not "quiet" like when he had the camera trained on a family during his documentary on adolescent Italian children. It's quieter, because it's a character study of Bianchi, and that is an important aspect of his story. It's not about the people in the family, it's about Bianchi. It's a fascinating look at Bianchi and the people around him, but it doesn't really tell Bianchi's story. In the end, Bianchi is still someone we need to understand. Bianchi is very unique, and his perspective on his subject matter is something we'll never really know because Bianchi doesn't say much. It's not that we can't understand him, it's that we need to see him as a unique person, so we can connect with him. That's the only way to really know Bianchi.

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Vincent Reed

The film "Weaving the Needle," directed by Luciano Zoccoli, takes us on a journey through the lives of several friends and acquaintances of Robert van Rijn. We meet the transgender activist, Gary Karr, and how he got involved with the social movements of the late sixties and early seventies. We meet the transsexual, Cheryl Liddell, and how she became involved in the labor movement. We meet several women who were themselves victims of sexual abuse, as is the case of two of the women in the film. The last part of the film is the women's story about the restoration of the relationships they had with their friends and their community. The results of the film are outstanding, although a lot of the interviews and film material is in Dutch. If you are a Dutch speaker, this film is a must see. Otherwise, it would be better to watch the English version of the film.

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George

A good Italian documentary that documents the development of The Red Brigades, the Italian political party of the P2, in the early 1970's. Part of the film deals with the organization and activities of the Red Brigades. The documentary uses a mixture of interviews with leading members of the organization and from P2 members themselves. It is presented in an interesting manner and shows how the movement grew as it gathered political support from various Italian and foreign countries. It also shows how the P2 and the Communist party both supported the Red Brigades in an attempt to bring the Italian left closer to the political center. It also describes the events leading to the signing of the P2's first constitution. The film concludes with some discussion about the relationship between the P2 and the Communist party. The last ten minutes of the documentary deal with the fate of the P2 during the early 1970's. Although the P2 did not manage to gain the necessary number of seats in Parliament, it did win a number of important leftist organizations, including the anti-war and women's movements. It also gained the support of other left groups in Italy such as the fascist groups. For example, the P2 was able to win the support of the extreme right wing group The Order, the men's group Nuovo Nuova Piedmonto and the Fascist/anti-Semitic group Reggio. The Red Brigades is a documentary that should be viewed by all left-wing and Italian Marxists. It shows the evolution of the Italian left over the last two decades and the development of a left political movement that eventually managed to gain political influence in the country. This documentary is a must-see for any Marxist.

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Jessica

I had read the book before watching this movie but it was a bit more complicated and the movie was more about the relationship of the family. The movie tries to bring in the relationship between the father and the son but it's just too much. There are too many scenes, so many questions, the actors are just too young and not able to tell the story. The movie also got in some of the bad points of the book, but it's still a good movie, not to be missed. I recommend this movie if you want to see the relationship between the family. I have to say I liked the movie because it tries to show how much the father loves his son. And this is the main point of the book. But for me it wasn't enough.

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Nicholas Davidson

This is a great documentary. It's based on the work of the team of filmmakers and makes a good example how the Vatican's church cares for sick people and their families. This documentary is full of some great quotes from this amazing team of filmmakers and interviews of the doctors. One of my favorite quotes is from the director who said that the way the Vatican does business is not like the churches in most other countries. The same goes for the Vatican's care for sick people. But one of the biggest reasons this documentary is great is that the film makers put this into a broader context. They show how the Vatican works and the people who work there. And they show the incredible amount of research that goes into caring for the sick. This film is a great example of how the Catholic church cares for sick people. It also gives a great example of what the church does for the sick and the family that is sick. It shows how sick people are treated and how sick people with a certain disease are treated. So in a way the film has a great background and it shows how the church cares for the sick. But I think it's also great because it's based on a real situation and the film makers are not doing a comedy, they're trying to tell a very serious story. And this documentary is a great example of that. If you want to watch a great documentary about the Catholic church then this is a great one.

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Michelle F.

The Italian neo-realist film world has no doubt been heavily influenced by the impact of independent cinema, which has had a devastating effect on the industry of Italian film, leaving much of it in ruins. Here, we witness how this problem is being solved, with the resurrection of a film that went for several decades in the doldrums, but finally had a chance to breathe a few more years in the spotlight of the movies. Italian neo-realism is a subgenre of film making that mainly focuses on the fictional and fantastical (and sometimes metaphysical) nature of the films. It has its own sub-genre, of course, and the term "neo-realism" is widely used to describe the group of films that combine both the fictional and the fantastical. The film of the same name was made in 1980, and it remains one of the most important works of Italian neo-realism, with a cast of over 100 actors and a budget of about 200,000 dollars. The film consists of several stories about real-life characters that lived in the capital of Italy, Rome, during the 1950s. The main character of the film is Silvano Comolli, who is known for his fantastical paintings of the city. Although he does not have a major role in the film, his contribution is clearly visible, and he is supported by several other great actors, such as Giulio Marcacci, Gioacchino Albertini, Giuliano Provenzano, Bruno Mattei, and Josei Renato. The film also shows the lives of various other Italian actors who supported the film, including Edoardo Gaviola, Riccardo Toma, Elio Manzoni, Gianni Madri, Luciano Soprano, and Silvano Comolli himself. The film is a true gem of Italian neo-realism, and one of the best that I have ever seen. It will not disappoint you, and it is definitely worth seeing. 8/10

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Christina R.

The first half of this film is a nice little introduction to 'the end of a cycle', as it's called, of the wine industry in Italy. It's a relatively brief history lesson, but it's refreshingly honest and well-constructed. The film shows how at first the wine industry here was a fairly simple affair. Wine was cheap, and all the grape growers were poor peasants with little to no knowledge of wine, so it was easy to get started. Eventually however, the economics changed. While it was still relatively easy for a small area to produce wine, it was the wealthier areas that needed to export wine, and they began to use bigger machines and start to 'export' wine to other countries. As a result, wine was now pretty expensive and wine producers were making their fortunes. That means there is a lot of wine production here, and not all of it is good. The film shows a variety of wines, from small plots of land to big estates, but it is interesting to see how each of the vineyards are managed, and how they have changed over time. Most of the wine is made from red wine, although there is also some red wine being made, and white wine being made, and all of them are made at the same location, the winery. The wine is of course highly sought after, but there is also a significant amount of white wine produced. This is because white wine has the most antioxidants and is a great source of sugar, which is used to boost the flavour of the wine. White wine is also the most important for the production of white wine. The film is not 100% factual, but it is well-researched, and gives a good overview of the wine industry here in Italy. A lot of the film is devoted to discussing the history of the wine industry, and how the country became independent, and how the economic crisis affected the industry. It also shows some of the issues with wine production in Italy. A lot of the wine producers are millionaires, and they are very proud of their industry. As a result they seem to think that they are getting rich quick. Despite the economic crisis of the mid-1990s, the wine industry has increased in size, but the number of vineyards has decreased, and is now estimated to be at about 2,000. It is sad that they have become smaller, but it is true that they still produce a lot of wine.

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Shirley Hayes

In 1992, Italian photographer Alberto Acerbi photographed the grisly aftermath of a Palestinian uprising against Israel in Hebron, where in October of that year, a Palestinian family was brutally murdered. With the help of some researchers, Acerbi did the best he could to document the brutal murders, and how they impacted the lives of the people who were caught up in the situation. What I found interesting is the story of these people, how they've endured the brutality of the Palestinian uprising. Acerbi didn't go into too much detail on the subject matter, but he did manage to capture some pretty shocking moments. The fact that the people interviewed by Acerbi were not very religious was also quite interesting. I felt that the subjects, who were mostly elderly, had more freedom to express their feelings than younger people who were also affected by the situation. There were some scenes where you really felt like you were watching a documentary, because we only saw the faces of the people. Other scenes, like the one where the women were interviewed about how they thought the Israeli authorities were treating them, were also quite interesting. The most surprising thing to me was that there was a woman who was not a victim of the conflict, but a person who was literally the brunt of the violence. She was born and raised in Israel, and the fact that she was raised in the home of a Jew and Palestinian family, gave her an interesting perspective on the situation. I think it was important for her to do this, because her own experiences in her family could give her some insight into how she felt. What I'm also glad about was that the people who Acerbi was interviewing were able to express their feelings without having to resort to violence or threats. It's very difficult to talk to people in those situations, but there were some scenes where they just did. The thing that I didn't understand, is why these people were so angry and frustrated. I found them to be very rational, and to be realistic, but at the same time, they were saying that their lives were ruined by their lack of control over their lives. What I'm trying to say is that people don't take their own lives for granted, and that life is not an easy thing to deal with. The things that we find most hard to accept is that there are people who have lost everything. People can feel that nothing they've done has anything to do with their lives, and that their own lives are being taken away from them by the world. I also found it interesting that the people who Acerbi interviewed didn't really have a problem with anyone else doing what they wanted to do. If they didn't want to do something, they said, they just didn't do it. I found this to be a little different than most documentaries I've seen, and I thought that it was a good thing that there was someone with a different point of view. As I said, I don't think this is a documentary. It's more of a portrait of people who were affected by the situation, but I still think it's a good thing that there was someone who had the courage to go into this situation and try to tell his story. I'm glad that he did, because he made it clear that the violence that he witnessed was not something that was condoned by the Israeli government. Acerbi did a great job of capturing these horrific scenes, and he was able to make it so that he didn't just show the killings, but also showed the children that were involved in them. The children, who were often very visible in the film, were very difficult to watch, because they were just as bloody, and very, very young. But we also see the hardship that they are going through, and the things that they need to do to survive. I'm glad that this film was able to show the plight of the children, because it is a very difficult thing to watch. The fact that this film is now available is a very nice thing, because it made it easier for people to understand how devastating the situation is for these people. I'm glad that I'm able to see this film, because it was an important documentary. I hope that more people get to see it, because it really is an important one. I also hope that we

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Alan Knight

This film, based on an account of the story of the Buddha's life, takes the viewer through the landscape of a monastery in Nepal, where he lived for the last twenty years of his life. Amongst the highlights of the film is the life of the monk, Siddharta Gautama, and his quest for enlightenment. The film focuses on the events of his early life and his efforts to come to terms with the many miseries of the way his life has been arranged. The Tibetan background is also thoroughly explored and interpreted, with a wonderful commentary by the director. A tour de force film.

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Joe S.

The brutal, despicable war in Bosnia and Herzegovina and the epidemic of violence that followed it are well-documented. While the study of the people involved in the conflict is essential, the focus is also on how the government and journalists handled the war. Most of the movie is in Italian with English subtitles but the English narration was helpful in some parts. The first part covers the first months after the war, with particular focus on children. It also gives a sense of the hopelessness that these young people felt and the subsequent survival. The second part covers the second phase of the war, when the military might of the Bosnian government is questioned and the number of Bosnian men involved in the war is reduced. A lot of interesting points are made here about the media and how they changed the information that they passed on to the public. There are a few interesting tidbits from interviews with the leaders of the Bosnian army. Overall, this is an important documentary on an important issue. It is also a good starting point for an understanding of how the media influences the media and how the media shapes the information that we are exposed to. I had some difficulty with the Italian. A couple of the interviews were in Italian and they seemed to be more for the benefit of the French audience. The story was told in the form of a conversation between the actors and the director. It was just a little too convenient for my taste. There are many good reviews and well-deserved praise for this film. I give it a rating of 8/10.

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Daniel

This is a fascinating documentary about how a countryman tried to stop the drug war in his native Italy, and why he lost it. Unfortunately, it was Italy, and Italy is a very backwards country. The documentary shows the problems the countryman faced, and how he tried to stop them. The end of the film is very sad, as the countryman had already passed away. The film shows how countries are made, and how it is very difficult for outsiders to judge these countries. The director of the documentary was a very good man, and he was able to show the film with a lot of passion. He talks about this in some of the interviews, and tries to make his countrymen look like good people. That is a very difficult thing to do, and some of his comments were very sarcastic. He also has a lot of respect for the local people, and tries to explain the reasons for this respect. Overall, I liked the documentary, but it is not the most informative film I have seen. I think this film is better than most documentaries that I have seen. The film was made in a very interesting way, and the music was good. However, the film was very slow. It could have been much more informative. I think the documentary is very interesting, but I do not recommend it to all viewers. This documentary is not for everyone.

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Ethan

A fantastic documentary that shows in a very memorable way the downfall of Italy after World War 2. From the end of WWII to the fall of the Berlin Wall. The documentary covers the many points of that era, not from the Nazi perspective, but from the perspective of the Italians who had to live with the consequences of that war, who still live with the consequences of the current one. Even though most of the scenes are very well acted and well made, I have to say that this is not an ordinary documentary. You really have to think about the film a lot. It really takes you on a journey, a journey through the history of Italy and Italy's influence on the world. This documentary is in many ways a telling of a story, and a small tale at that. It is a dramatic film, and the tension is pretty high throughout the whole thing. I also enjoyed the fact that the film is not a simple history lesson, but rather an amazing look at a part of the world that, though not known for many years, is in fact a major power in the world. I have to say that I was quite surprised by the fact that the documentary was made and was shot in English. The English is really not my favorite language, but it was certainly one of the things that impressed me the most about this film. I would definitely recommend this documentary to anyone who is looking for an insightful look at the Italian story, or maybe just someone who is interested in the world of propaganda, media and propaganda. Great stuff!

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Kelly Stanley

This is a superb film which really makes you think about what is being done to our planet. It is very important to understand that our planet is the size of North America and that a lot of our food is going to be grown on the land that we walk on. This film is based on real events which are still happening today. The film is very informative and gives you a great understanding of how our planet is being destroyed for the benefit of corporations. It also explains that we are not alone in the world, we are just in a different part of it and the corporations want us to believe we are. The producers of the film did an excellent job and the documentary is very well made. It has some very strong messages. This is a film which you will want to see a lot. This is a very good film and should be seen by anyone who cares about our planet.

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Richard S.

A humorous look at Italian life in the 1970's. While there are some great anecdotes and bits of quirky Italian life, there is also some heavy handed propaganda which pretty much destroys the documentary's credibility. A lot of the "facts" that are given in the documentary are things that were either untrue or were edited out from the original interviews. In one interview, a guy who was a street kid says that he was on the scene when they shot the Godfather movie. He also says he was close to the Godfather himself when he heard the story about how the boy got shot in the head. The godfather didn't even know about the incident until he read the newspaper. It's a pretty dumb story. If you want to know what the life of the Italians was like in the 1970's, then you will be much better off watching the documentary. However, if you are a fan of Italian history, then I'm not sure you'll find much interest in this documentary. In summary, the documentary is well-made, but it's not very interesting and a lot of the facts are either bogus or edited out.