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Il Grido [Import USA Zone 1]
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A cinematic "cry" from one of the most revered of all auteurs, Italian maestro Michelangelo Antonioni (L'avventura, La notte, Il deserto rosso) depicts a world of heartbreaking alienation, with characters riven by trauma, cast against the stunning backdrop of northern Italy's Po Valley where the director spent his childhood. When sugar refinery worker Aldo (American actor Steve Cochran in a career-best performance) is jilted by his mistress, Irma (Alida Valli, famed for her role in The Third Man), he takes to the road. With daughter in tow, Aldo wanders the Po River delta, seeking temporary but always illusory respite with a series of lovers, who only serve to remind him of Irma. Unable to find a new life, Aldo's haunted past gives way to a fateful finale. With a script conceived by Antonioni, exquisite cinematography (including a signature concern with desolate vistas), and a plaintive score by renowned composer Giovanni Fusco, the award-winning Il grido which scooped the "Golden Leopard" at Locarno is an early key work in the director's much-celebrated oeuvre. The Masters of Cinema Series is proud to present Il grido for home viewing in the UK for the very first time. ----SPECIAL FEATURES---- *New high-definition transfer of the film in its original aspect ratio *Newly translated optional English subtitles *Original 1957 Italian theatrical trailer *Previously unseen footage deleted *56-page booklet featuring a colour reproduction of the original Italian poster, archival publicity stills, an essay by William Arrowsmith (Antonioni: The Poet of Images), and writing and interviews from Michelangelo Antonioni
La storia vera dell'attore e regista Pippo Delbono. L'autore racconta gli anni di abusi che gli hanno causato una malattia incurabile, quella della mente, e la sua lotta per salvarsi. --Ce texte fait référence à une édition épuisée ou non disponible de ce titre.
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After Aldo is rejected by Valli, the bitterness of the time wasted in his failed relationship with Irma spurs him into a kind of hobo-like existence, with his daughter Rosina (Mirna Girardi) in tow, wherein he walks a tightrope over his emotional abyss. On this journey, he encounters lost souls in various forms; Aldo's lost flame, Elvia (Betsy Blair); the gas station owner widow Virginia (Dorian Gray), the prostitute Andreina (Lyn Shaw) who lives in a shack. Aldo runs across an opportunity to start a new life in South America, but throws this chance away. During Aldo's wandering, there are touching scenes with Rosina, who tormented Aldo tries to care for in his desperate state. The scene where he puts Rosina on a bus to send her back to her mother (Irma) is especially moving. In this film, it is often between the lines, when the characters are not speaking, where one can feel the most compassion for them. This is a testament to Antonioni's ability to extract emotional power solely from the visual aspect of the film. Another highlight is Giovanni Fusco's score that is well-integrated into the picture.
Stephen C. Bird, Author of "Any Resemblance To A Coincidence Is Accidental"