Le Acrobate – Silvio Soldini’s Earlier Work


Silvio Soldini's Le Acrobate (The Acrobats)  is a little out of my range - it's from 1997, a few years before I started watching a lot of Italian movies. Soldini is one of my favorites, and his Bread and Tulips (Pane

Cheri’s Italian Film Club

With Oprah gone we need to fill the void - I've been thinking about a film club like her book club. I'm posting today just to see if there is any interest in a club that, once a month, was given a film to watch and then discussed it, either in real-time or just in comments, with discussion questions

Really Good Looking Italian Actors

Let's be honest, girls; we love Italian movies because we love Italians, and Italian men are pretty good-looking. We've been drooling over Italian movie stars for years: Exhibit A - Marcello Mastrioanni [caption id="attachment_2592" align="aligncenter" width="526" caption="Marcello

Nastro d’Argento Awards – 2011

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The Making of “Si Può Fare”

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Raoul Bova’s in the Nastro D’Argento Comedy of the Year

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