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Garibaldi's Lovers [Import USA Zone 1]

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  • Format : Sous-titré, NTSC, Import
  • Audio : Italien
  • Sous-titres : Anglais
  • Région : Région 1 (USA et Canada). Ce DVD ne pourra probablement pas être visualisé en Europe. Plus d'informations sur les formats DVD/Blu-ray.
  • Nombre de disques : 1
  • Studio : Film Movement
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 21 janvier 2014
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HASH(0x9d3a5d74) étoiles sur 5 Gorgeous Film 12 janvier 2014
Par Dan Lebryk - Publié sur
Format: DVD
Garibaldi's Lovers is Silvio Soldini's most approachable lighthearted film. This is a fabulous gentle love story that evolves gradually.

It is really hard to write about this film without spoiling the beauty and surprise of what happens. Seemingly random events bring two people together. Along the way we meet a variety of incredibly interesting and unusual people. Soldini has a love for the working class person, although they marginally eek by a living, they are the aristocracy. He uses an interesting device cutting back to images from the viewpoint of statues around Milan. While we watch, there is voice over narration of what that statue is thinking or would say. He uses small details in each scene to move the main story along. It is a wonderful technique. He explores the effect the city has on people that live there.

This is not a sappy love story; it is one where the two people have to work to meet. Neither is encumbered with other commitments (his previous films have strong themes of infidelity), so we can feel good about wanting them to be together. The film is full of quirky intriguing characters. Elia the son asks, "Do you think birds know that we don't know how to fly, or do they think we don't want to?"

The camera work is excellent. Pacing is perfect. The views of Milan are stunning. The film moves along quickly and feels the right length at an hour and fifty minutes. The film is presented in Italian with English subtitles.

Soldini has directed and written a number of movies, several released by Film Movement. Come Undone is one of his darker, more memorable films that twists the love story around in an unpredictable way. Bread and Tulips is a kind beautiful film. Days and Clouds is a good film that wanders around a bit too much. Soldini has a way of looking at a story that is unique.

The film is not rated. In the United States it would grab an R rating for language and a frank discussion about oral sex. There is no nudity or violence in the film. In Italy, I'm confident this film was for general audiences. There is some nudity in one of the trailers on the DVD - so if you are going to watch this with a younger viewer, maybe skip the trailers.

This is a Film Movement release on DVD, meaning there is a bonus short film. This one is 100% a winner. Kiosk looks like Diana the struggling artist in Garibaldi's Lover could have made this film. Kiosk isn't in a particular language, the noises made sound like made up grunting and groaning. And yet the film speaks so loudly. I loved this short film. Be warned, there is a brief view of a drawing of a naked woman on the cover of an adult magazine (in the event younger viewers watch this film).

Film Movement finds the unusual, the different, and the small film that may never see the light of day. They have found an incredible series with Soldini - this is his fourth film published by Film Movement. They are all well worth watching.

I was provided a review sample.

Come Undone
Bread and Tulips
Days and Clouds
Agata and the Storm
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HASH(0x9d3a5dc8) étoiles sur 5 an entertaining slice of italian cinema… 2 février 2014
Par trebe - Publié sur
Format: DVD
The focus of Silvio Soldini’s flim Garibaldi’s Lovers is spread quite widely, as the story set in Italy, follows an assortment of interesting characters, through events in their everyday lives.

Initially it seems that Diana (Alba Rohrwacher), a struggling artist, will be the central figure, but matters soon expand to include Leo (Valerio Mastandrea) a plumber, and his son Elia (Luca Dirodi), daughter Maddalena (Serena Pintucci), and the ghost of his dead wife Teresa (Claudia Gerini). Also involved is Diana’s oddball landlord Amanzio (Giuseppe Battiston), a slick lawyer named Malaffano (Luca Zingaretti), a stork named Agostina, and a statue of Italian soldier and statesman Giuseppe Garibaldi (1807-1882), who
provides commentary about events of the day.

The narrative flows along with a light breezy tone, with events mostly related to the activities of the shady Malaffano. These include the painting of a mural, the purchase of a house, the removal of an embarrassing video, and a new romance for Maddalena. Things never get too heavy or dramatic, as the film concludes with Leo’s frantic search for his son.

The movie is well shot, and features some interesting cinematography, including a hyped-up bike ride through the city. The acting performances are very enjoyable. Alba Rohrwasher is particularly delightful, but unfortunately isn’t featured more. While Garibaldi’s Lovers can certainly be appreciated by those with no knowledge of Italian life or history, perhaps those with some insight into the culture, might better appreciate the nuances and messages in the film.

As usual, this Film Movement release also includes a short. “The Kiosk” is an amusing animated feature, about the operator of a kiosk, who dreams of a more exciting life.

A copy of the movie was provided for review.
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HASH(0x9d3ad2ac) étoiles sur 5 A Humorous Warm Film From Italy 25 janvier 2014
Par Marty From SF - Publié sur
Format: DVD
Director Silvio Soldini produces a film of magic, wishes and human nature. The films begin in the central square of a modern city in Italy where statues of famous past heroes (Garibaldi being one) speak to each other about the sad condition of the modern world. It's a magical fun motif throughout the film.

Leo is a plumber who is recently widowed and has two teenage children (son Elia, who befriends a stork and a rambunctious, Maddalena) who keep him busy as a father - both parentally and monetarily. Leo's spirit-wife unexpectedly appears to help Leo through difficult periods. Diana is a starving artist who is badly treated by her landlord who is involved with crooked attorneys who are scheming to make money on illegal real estate plans. It is there that the heroines Leo and Diana meet; him doing a deal for the attorney and her painting a mural for the office. Other characters include a hired `spy' that infiltrates Leo and Diana's life and an older, cynical man who befriends Elia.

The film is a constant mix of humor, absurdity, love, commitment and a constantly twisting plot. The scenes with the statues that seemingly speak to each other tell the viewer that although this is a real life story with consequences, it is told with great warmth and humor. Leo's relationship with Diana is brilliant, but the ending with Leo's spirit-wife will leave you smiling.

Also on this DVD is a humorous short film called, "The Kiosk". It's a European `South Park' basic style of a cartoon about a woman who works in a magazine kiosk and eats. She eats so much that she ends up getting stuck in the kiosk. She lives and moves about town in that little kiosk. It views like a child's storybook. It's slightly humorous, if you can get over how some might find obesity not a funny matter.
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HASH(0x9d3ad678) étoiles sur 5 "Dreams are meant to be lived.' 26 décembre 2013
Par Grady Harp - Publié sur
Format: DVD
Silvio Soldini (Bread and Tulips, Days and Clouds, Come Undone) has done it again - made a film that restores faith in the little man and the little woman in their plights to race for dreams. Writing with Doriana Leondeff and Marco Pettenello he has give us a story the bubbles like Asti Spumante and while being hilariously funny it brims over with genuine sentiment.

The title comes from Soldini's focus on the statue of Garibaldi in the central square of Genoa, Italy - a statue whose voice (courtesy of Pierfrancesco Favino) commiserates with the statue of Cazzaniga (voiced by Gigio Alberti) about the sad state of affairs and corruption in Italy and the discussion is played out by the antics of the people of the streets below them. Leo (Valerio Mastancrea) is a widowed plumber (his deceased wife Teresa - Claudia Gerini - appears to him as a 3-dimensional ghost who misses her family and urges Leo to find a new woman) who struggles to support his two children - Maddalena (Serena Pintucci), who is horrified when she discovers that her boyfriend has videotaped her en flagrante and placed it on the internet, and her younger brother, nerdy Elia who spends his time feeding and talking to a stork named Agostina. Concurrently we meet shady lawyers Malaffano (Luca Zingaretti) who cheat honest people, a `landlord' Amanzio (Giuseppe Battiston who illegally demands rent, especially from a starving artist Diana (Alba Rohrwacher) who in turn agrees to paint a mural for Malaffano and there meets Leo who is agreeing to `do a deal' for the lawyer by providing a signature on an illegal house purchase in order to make enough money to defend his daughter's case against the boy who placed the sex tape on the internet. To top it off Amanzio becomes friends with Elia and when Elia's stork Agostina goes missing, agrees to drive Elia to Switzerland to find her. Meanwhile Leo and Diana have bonded, Diana has a new boyfriend Emiliano (Michele Maganza) who turns out to be spying, and everything spins to a peculiar but satisfying end.

Soldini's little stories make significant comments on the problems of life at the present time - not only with people but with the corruption of the cities. He peppers his script with many quotations from famous people of history, a factor that adds a dimension of dignity to this wonderful bit of charming lighthearted comedy. Highly recommended. Grady Harp, December 13
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HASH(0x9d3ad75c) étoiles sur 5 Quirky and Loveable 21 janvier 2014
Par K. Groh - Publié sur
Format: DVD
Garibaldi's Lovers is an odd mixture of people who lives begin to intersect in unexpected ways. The characters are well defined and most of them are very likable. The plot has been reiterated a number of times so I won't repeat that. I really liked the character of Elia, who even though portrayed as a 'bad kid' in the beginning, is just trying to do the right thing. His relationship with the stork Augustina is very sweet. Elia's dad, Leo, is just trying to make a living and keep his family together, relying on his late night conversations with the ghost of his coffee sniffing wife to stay on track and work things through. This is not a 'family' movie as there is detailed discussion of a sexual act and its upload to the internet.

I really liked the depth of the relationships, especially Leo and his kids. They never give up on each other. The statues talking was a great way to add some humor and unique perspective to the storyline.

I thought it did slow a bit at times but it kept me interested enough especially as the end approached and the tension mounted.
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