Wednesday, 17 Jun 2020 17:06
Spoilers: The quality of the photography is really the best thing about this film. The score is reminiscent of other such movies, even though the music is not that well known. The action sequences are well done. Some of the shots of the beach were probably the most impressive. There is something so "real" about these sequences that they are rather like the beach itself. It's a shame that the movie is not available in it's original version. The versions I've seen have not been able to capture the intensity of the original version, but they do show the director's technical skills. There is something in this movie that is captivating. Not because of the plot, but the overall mood and the story itself. The protagonist, Puccini, is a man who has been exploited and manipulated by his employer, but now he is a man of his own, with his own feelings and thoughts. Puccini is a tragic character. The way he has been manipulated is so subtle that he has a hard time distinguishing between the deception and the truth. The supporting characters, like the two other brothers, also have some sort of motif in their own way, but there are also flaws in their character, so that we don't really care about them. The main point of the story is how Puccini is able to come to terms with his situation. I think that the main reason why people like this movie is that they are able to relate with the protagonist and sympathize with his pain and that's why they like it. I think that there is a message in this movie that is very powerful, and it's one that most people can relate with. I recommend this movie for anyone who has not seen it before, as I have.