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Spettacolo is a movie starring Andrea Cresti, Chiara Del Ciondolo, and Gianna Fiore. Once upon a time there was a tiny hill town in Tuscany that found a remarkable way to confront their issues - they turned their lives into a play....

Jeff Malmberg, Chris Shellen
Andrea Cresti, Gianna Fiore, Gianpiero Giglioni, Chiara Del Ciondolo

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Genres Documentary
Director Jeff Malmberg, Chris Shellen
Stars Andrea Cresti, Gianna Fiore, Gianpiero Giglioni, Chiara Del Ciondolo
Country USA
Runtime 1 h 31 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Once upon a time there was a tiny hill town in Tuscany that found a remarkable way to confront their issues - they turned their lives into a play. "Spettacolo" is a portrait of this 50-year-old tradition, where their piazza becomes their stage and every villager from 6 to 90 plays a part - the role of themselves.

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Tuesday, 19 May 2020 12:32

It is not every day that I see a documentary about a famous musician. But I was very impressed with this film. I was also impressed with the fact that the filmmaker did not try to win an Oscar. I felt that the documentary was very well done. The cinematography was great, the music was great, and the film was very interesting. I have to say that I was very disappointed with the musical performances. I thought they were great, but I really think that this film could have been a little better if they had chosen a better musical artist for the music. The only song that was chosen was "La Notte a Mezzo", and that was the only song that I felt was "inappropriate" for the film. This is not the only problem with the music, however. I have seen other documentaries about Tom Waits and he is very well known for his musical performances, but he does not seem to be in the best of shape in this film. I would have liked to see a little more of his physical appearance and what he was doing during the filming. I would have liked to see some of the backstage scenes that he was in, because they are very interesting. I also have to say that I was disappointed that they did not use any of the recordings that he had done. They said that the songs that he recorded were "unfit" for the film. However, they should have done the same thing with the other songs, and that is what I think would have been more interesting. They did not do that, and that was disappointing to me. I think that it was a great documentary that should have been better, but it was a very good documentary. It is definitely worth watching.
Monday, 04 May 2020 21:04

This film is about a man named Angelo Cavallo who was convicted of the rape and murder of a teenage girl. While serving his sentence in prison, he was put in solitary confinement because he refused to participate in a group exercise. This is the beginning of what is to come. Cavallo gets some food from a prison food bank and uses the money to buy clothing. He then goes to a clothing store and meets a man named Joe, who is doing his best to buy some clothes for himself. Cavallo tries to get Joe to sell him clothes for him. He asks Joe to tell him the story of the woman he raped and killed. Joe tells him how he was raped and killed, but didn't remember much about it. He then tells Cavallo that he thinks he killed the woman because he thought she was going to tell him that she was going to testify against him. Cavallo asks him to tell him how he killed the woman. Joe tells him that he stabbed her with a spoon and when she was lying in the pool, he went to her and cut off her ear. When he was in prison, he went to prison and saw the place where she was killed. He went to the prison to the place where the woman was killed and found a piece of her ear. He put it in a bag and went to a prison hospital. He had been in the hospital for three weeks. He was admitted to the hospital and he told the doctor what he had seen. When he was released, he was told that he had been sent to solitary confinement. After that, he was placed in solitary confinement for nine years. This film was shot in Italy and the United States. It is really interesting to see a documentary that is both filmed and shot in Italy. I hope that the people who are interested in this story watch it. It is really an important story.
Monday, 06 Apr 2020 13:43

The documentary is an interesting insight into the lives of a small group of Sicilian brothers. The film consists of interviews and footage of the brothers and their activities, and it is all conducted in their own home. The brothers are interviewed at length and their opinions are expressed, and they are not shy about their opinions. They have a variety of opinions on everything from politics to life in general. In general, they are quite candid. One thing I found interesting about the film is that the brothers are not all in the same place. One brother, Pino, is in Washington, DC, and the other brother, Enrico, lives in Naples, and they are both involved in the arts. Another interesting point is that they are not completely "middle class." They have a lot of wealth and they can afford a lot of luxuries. One brother, Luca, owns a company that manufactures umbrellas. He has a collection of 20 or 30 umbrellas that he sells at events like the Cannes Film Festival. Another brother, Vittorio, has a car dealership. One of the brothers has a $100 million trust fund, which he is running. I think this is an interesting point. It makes sense that a wealthy person would be able to afford the luxuries he has. It is not that he is rich, but he has the means to afford it. This film does an excellent job of showing how the brothers came to be in this position. The way the brothers describe their situation is interesting. They talk about their childhood, their lives as children, their father's death, and their mother's death. There are many stories that the brothers tell about their past and their present. The interviews are fascinating and it is clear that these are very talented men. I would recommend this film to anyone interested in Sicilian art and culture.

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