During the 52nd New York Film Festival the world premiere for David Fincher's 'Gone Girl' took place, with many celebrities and members of the film festival community appearing on the red carpet. Amongst these, were Ben Affleck who plays the main character Nick Dunne in the film, as well as Rosamund Pike who plays Dunne's wife. Also in attendance was the novel's writer, Gillian Flynn, who arrived with a special guest.
For 246 minutes and two stuffed-full DVDs, Scorsese takes the viewer who's willing on an epic journey through the movies of Italy, starting with the Neo-Realist movement that sprung from the aftermath of World War II. Snippets of Italian movies are shown, with Scorsese narrating about their historical importance and/or impact on him, personally. Sometimes he'll show various versions (old print vs. new print, American TV version vs. original version) in order to aid your understanding of the work.
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