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Il traditore is a movie starring Pierfrancesco Favino, Luigi Lo Cascio, and Fausto Russo Alesi. The real life of Tommaso Buscetta, the so-called "boss of the two worlds," the first mafia informant in Sicily in the 1980s.

Biography, Crime, Drama
Marco Bellocchio
Maria Fernanda Cândido, Fausto Russo Alesi, Luigi Lo Cascio, Pierfrancesco Favino

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Genres Biography, Crime, Drama
Director Marco Bellocchio
Writer Francesco La Licata, Marco Bellocchio, Francesco Piccolo, Ludovica Rampoldi, Valia Santella
Stars Maria Fernanda Cândido, Fausto Russo Alesi, Luigi Lo Cascio, Pierfrancesco Favino
Country Italy, France, Brazil, Germany
Also Known As Ο Προδότης, 黑金叛徒, The Traitor, Der Verräter, Hain, Il Traditore: Als Kronzeuge gegen die Cosa Nostra, Le traître, Izdajnik, O Traidor, Az első áruló, Zdrajca, El traidor
Runtime 2 h 33 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 The real life of Tommaso Buscetta, the so-called "boss of the two worlds," the first mafia informant in Sicily in the 1980s.

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Saturday, 19 Sep 2020 07:26

Vincent Cassel (Daniel Day-Lewis), a West German intellectual who defected from the Communist Party, is granted asylum by the Swiss. A radio broadcast by the Els/Franz Danes (Klaus Kinski) who found refuge in Switzerland is to tell the story of Cassel's life as a refugee. Through many interviews with former neighbors and friends, a pattern is established that Cassel did indeed become a refugee. The journalist whose initial story was about Cassel not doing so well in Switzerland because of his philosophical and political views, then works on another story about Cassel's life as a refugee. This movie presents Cassel's political views as if it is based on real events and the exile of several prominent German thinkers of the 1970's. In reality, Cassel was more a radical leftist than a communist but there are so many similarities between the philosophy of the two philosophies. Both parties were filled with communists but there were many extremists. On the other hand, the German political parties had a long list of communists from their founder Friedrich Fischer to their leader Rudolf von Sudemburg to their king Friedrich Wilhelm IV who was a German professor who was devoted to the communist party. Hitler had been a good friend of the former Communist president Ludwig Vorbeck. I personally don't think Cassel was a communist but I know people who are. The movie attempts to cover the entire picture but I would say it is just too thin. The German narrator, who is Swedish, is an Englishman. The German language used in the movie is really hard to understand. The whole documentary looks very fake. The scenes with Cassel and Daniel Day-Lewis don't show any real talent. Cassel has a sort of dead-end voice. Daniel Day-Lewis is good but is not great either. He seems to be a bit too friendly with Cassel. His performance is OK but it is not memorable. Cassel's friends and neighbors are not well played. They all are relatively uninteresting. His wife in the documentary appears to be just a girl and it is not easy to feel for her either. There are many other flaws but the main one is that the movie has so many flaws that it is hard to tell what is going on. Cassel himself does not seem to be much of a person to tell the story of his life as a refugee. I understand that he is a German but that doesn't make him a refugee. He doesn't seem to have been persecuted by the authorities. The movie attempts to make Cassel seem like a person who has been a refugee but he is not. The movie starts off a bit slow but gets better as it progresses. It is an interesting story and a very human one.
Wednesday, 03 Jun 2020 20:54

Sicilian mafia boss Tony Godale (Jack Nicholson) has a set of five winning lottery tickets which he is to pass to an up and coming child to get her a high paying job with the mob. He passes his tickets to Sonny (Oscar Isaac) and Pauline (Jessica Biel), but they don't get it. When Sonny's life takes a downward spiral he is soon put into a federal penitentiary. With Sonny now in custody Sonny is the youngest person to be put in the same place at the same time in history. Eventually he is taken off the case by the United States government. Sonny is returned to prison, with the money and the all-important lottery tickets, Sonny gets to do what he always wanted to do. Tony Godale does a great job with this film. Nicholson gives a great performance. His character is the main reason I was interested in this movie. I felt the same way about Nicholson's performance in Shakespeare in Love, I didn't like that film, but Nicholson gave me a great performance in this film. I really liked this movie. The film was very interesting and had a lot of good parts. There were some parts that were boring and I didn't like how the movie was shot. The whole film just felt a bit like a TV show, which is why I wasn't a big fan of the movie. My favorite scene in this film was the cell scene, it was great. I really liked the music score. I don't know if the score is actually by Bob Dylan, but it sure as hell was good. If you like a good action film I recommend this film. 8/10
Tuesday, 28 Apr 2020 08:32

As a big fan of Werner Herzog's films, I always wondered whether I would like his story as a film. I was totally intrigued. The story of a blind man searching for a car in the snow is a very unique and challenging concept. Herzog's artfulness makes the film a compelling one, but there are also deeper and darker themes. I think the film is perfect in capturing that style. It is very dark and yet it feels very accessible. You won't be able to keep a straight face while watching the film. There are some points in the film where you can't even tell if it is going to be funny or not. I think the tone is so dark but at the same time so beautiful. The soundtrack, if I am not mistaken, is the perfect soundtrack to that film. It captures the mood of the film and enhances the overall tone of the film. I really love the little twist Herzog gives the film at the end. He throws in an extra twist that is very deep and good to watch. One of my favorite scenes is at the end of the film, when the blind man is alone in the restaurant, staring at a ceiling. I don't know what he is looking at. He is talking to himself, or maybe he is just staring out at the city. Maybe he is looking at a map? Or maybe he just wants to find his car. It is really touching and that scene really made me feel that way. There are some other nice scenes in the film, but it is really the whole story that makes it so compelling. I really do recommend that you give this film a chance. I don't think you will regret it.

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