, 1h46 Réalisé parCarlo Mazzacurati GenresComédie ActeursSilvio Orlando, Giuseppe Battiston, Cristiana Capotondi, Corrado Guzzanti, Kasia Smutniak, Stefania Sandrelli Rôle vicino di casa Note62% In a small village in Umbria, the film director Gianni is in deep creative crisis. He lives like a bum, no longer an idea to create a movie when its problems if there is another bigger than all the others. His home water pipe broke, flooding as a precious fresco of the church in the country. Gianni has two choices: pay the damage or finance and direct a sacred representation of the Passion of Christ. Since we do not have the money to pay for the damage to the fresco ancient, Gianni agrees to regain the Italian public by directing the sacred representation.
, 1h48 OrigineItalie GenresComédie ThèmesSexualité, Homosexualité, Politique, LGBT, LGBT ActeursFilippo Nigro, Luca Argentero, Claudia Gerini, Antonio Catania, Paolo Graziosi, Giuseppe Cederna Note61% Piero est un jeune homme politique ouvertement gay qui partage depuis quatorze ans la vie de Remo. Piero se présente à la primaire pour les élections municipales dans le seul but de favoriser la candidature choisie par le parti. L'engagement de son équipe de propagande combinée à la disparition prématurée du favori l'amènent à défendre ses idées novatrices et progressistes. Au cours de la campagne, il est rejoint par Adèle, conservatrice pro-famille et contre toutes les idées modernes. Les deux personnages se querellent d'abord, puis sont attirés l'un vers l'autre, ce qui provoque un certain émoi parmi les électeurs, l'équipe de Pietro et ses opposants politiques...
, 1h44 Réalisé parPupi Avati OrigineItalie GenresDrame, Guerre ActeursSilvio Orlando, Francesca Neri, Alba Rohrwacher, Ezio Greggio, Serena Grandi, Paolo Graziosi Rôle Andrea Taxler Note67% In Bologna in the late '30s, Michele Casali (Silvio Orlando) teaches design at the same institute where his daughter Giovanna (Alba Rohrwacher) studies. Michele is a loving father but overprotective. He does not recognize the mental health problems of his daughter, and can not save her from a tragic fate, when she is locked in a mental institution after killing her best friend.
, 1h40 Réalisé parMarco Tullio Giordana OrigineFrance GenresDrame, Policier ActeursGiulio Scarpati, Toni Bertorelli, Antonello Fassari, Claudio Bigagli, Nicoletta Braschi, Biagio Pelligra Rôle Luigi Canerini Note68% The film traces the last hours of the life of poet and film director Pier Paolo Pasolini. The poet is killed at night in 1975 on the beach at Ostia, near Rome. A boy is arrested: Pino Pelosi, and charged with murder. The police and judges believe that Pelosi is the only murderer of Pasolini, but his injuries on the body of the poet are too severe and profound. Then are called to bear witness to the death of the poet his sister and his mother, destroyed by grief. As the process unfolds, the film examines the personality of Pasolini, and his works and, above all explains what people think of him in Italy. Pasolini according to some Italians was a provocative man: he deserved what he suffered, having been a Communist and a homosexual. Instead, his friends and intellectuals remember him as a very good and sensible man, who sought only to fight against neo-fascism and the cruel and bigoted mentality of middle-class society.
Réalisé parEmidio Greco GenresDrame ActeursGian Maria Volonté, Massimo Dapporto, Ennio Fantastichini, Ricky Tognazzi, Massimo Ghini, Paolo Graziosi Rôle Colonnello dei Carabinieri Note71% The Sciascia story unfolds with the arrival in Sicily of a medicine rep from Verona. He is a unaware of being witness to a double murder at a rural railway station and hears of the event on the car radio. He calls on the local police station to help with the enquiries. The police had already discovered the body of a retired ambassador, who had returned after years of absence, to in his remote farmhouse, after calling them to alert them of his discovery of a item (a stolen painting) rolled up in the attic. The police did not call that night as the duty Inspector who left soon after insisted the Brigadiere should tarry as it might be a hoax as he knew the Farmhose to be abandoned. The following day the strange appearance of the retired ambassador's body which appeared to have been a suicide, raises suspicion in the Brigadiere that he may have been murdered. This remains the investigating policeman's opinion but is totally rejected by the Police Commissioner who insists on a simple and uncomplicated suicide. There is a suggestion that the Carabinieri who have also turned up at the crime scene are aware of the alternative theory the Brigadiere had mulled over with the Carabiniere driver and repeated to his superior the Colonel. Meanwhile interrogation of the Veronese witness clarifies that he had not seen the railway staff but their murderers rolling up a "carpet"/ painting in the station. The film follows the investigation as it proceeds with an old friend of the "suicide" a professor Franzo also revealing more on the telephone conversations they had exchanged before the ambassador's death. It looked to the police as though the Farm buildings had been used for criminal activity for some time. The inspector however appeared to be overly familiar with the inside of the Great house and real doubts entered the Brigadiere's mind as to his real involvement in the crime. The Procurator/judge insisted unreasonably the police Commissioner and Carabinieri should give him more and cast iron evidence if he were to proceed with any case, as in his view all he heard were conjectures. The estranged widow and son of the ambassador arrive and the extent of the family rift is evident. They appear to have relied on the local parish priest Don Cricco to oversee the mainly abandoned family properties in the area. The film ends with an accident in which the Inspector and Brigadiere exchange pistol shots, killing the Inspector. The police call it an accident.