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Angels Of Evil [vallanzasca: Gli Angeli Del Male] Review


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Stylish filmmaking and an energetic pace help carry us through this complicated true story from 1970s and 80s Italy. There are a few too many characters to keep straight, and some irrelevant sideroads, but it's a gripping ride.

As Renato Vallanzasca (Stuart) grew up, he graduated from petty crime to full-on bank robberies and kidnapping, eventually becoming one of Milan's most notorious criminals with a gang that included two childhood friends, Enzo and Sergio (Timi and Bliebtreu), and their "little sister" Antonella (Vega).

Through brazen crime sprees, prison terms and escapes over some 20 years, he fathers a child with Consuelo (Solarino) and befriends a suave archrival (Scianna). But his ongoing problem is whether or not he can trust those who are closest to him.

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6th Annual Los Angeles Italia - Film, Fashion And Art Fest - Opening Night Held At Mann Chinese 6 Theatre

Kim Rossi Stuart and Mann - Kim Rossi Stuart and Guest Hollywood, California - 6th Annual Los Angeles Italia - Film, Fashion and Art Fest - Opening Night held at Mann Chinese 6 Theatre Sunday 20th February 2011

Kim Rossi Stuart and Mann
Kim Rossi Stuart and Mann
Kim Rossi Stuart and Mann
Kim Rossi Stuart and Mann
Kim Rossi Stuart and Mann
Kim Rossi Stuart and Mann

Beyond The Clouds Review


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Michelangelo Antonioni obsesses on the naked bodies of a good half-dozen Euro-stars in this wandering tour of western European sexual relations in various combinations. Based on a collection of his own short stories, Antonioni connects four such tales (infidelity, happenstance, old-fashioned horniness, etc.) with the narrative of a film director (John Malkovich) who's looking for a story to base his next movie on. We find we're lucky enough if we can just get one story out of this two-hour ordeal, which wanders aimlessly in art-house hell as often as it enchants.

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The Keys To The House Review


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The film that carved a niche out for this one is Rain Man. Though The Keys to the House is not, by any means, an imitation, it is about a young person with a handicap and a caretaker. Here, it's 14-year old, mentally impaired Paolo (Andrea Rossi) and the father who abandoned him years before.

Gianni (Kim Rossi Stuart -- no relation), wants back into his handicapped son's life years after he turned away because of birth defects that he wasn't prepared to cope with. He now faces the scary prospect of re-introducing himself to the boy and turning his biological role into an actual one. His trepidation derives from the fact that communication with Paolo is unpredictable and he doesn't know how the boy will receive or relate to him.

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