Must be something to do with the time of year, but there’s suddenly a glut – well, in Italian terms, in reality it’s more of a trickle – of Italian films that offer something beyond…
Here’s a new one from the Manetti Brothers, Antonio and Marco, a pair of former music video directors who are doing their best to revive genre cinema in Italy
Considering that he’s responsible for some of the most succesful Italian popular films, Gianfranco Parolini’s filmography is full of weird entries and misaccreditations
New out in Italy is The Vanishing of Pato, a historical mystery which sounds interesting.
Roberto Faenza seems to be getting busier as he’s getting older. His new film, Someday this Pain Will Be Useful to You, has just been released in Italy.
Review of A Curious Way to Love, aka Death Laid an Egg, from The Monthly Film Bulletin, May 1969.
Ruggero Deodato talks about the filming of Son of Spartacus (translated from Nocturno)