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"Rita", un court-métrage de Fabio Grassadonia et Antonio Piazza (20')
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Salvo, 1 DVD, 108 minutes
Salvo est un homme de main de la mafia sicilienne, solitaire, froid, impitoyable. Alors qu'il s'introduit dans une maison pour éliminer un homme d'une bande rivale, il découvre Rita. La jeune fille est aveugle et assiste impuissante à l'assassinat de son frère. Quelque chose d'extraordinaire se produit lorsque Salvo décide de laisser la vie sauve à ce témoin. Désormais, hantés l'un et l'autre par le monde auquel ils appartiennent, ils sont liés à jamais.
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Salvo est à son habitude efficace lorsqu'il appelle le frère, mais trouve que quelque chose se enclenche en lui quand il est temps de tuer la sœur. Il épargne sa vie et subit un changement radical dans son approche de la vie et le monde. Les gens autour de lui remarquent le changement et sont incertains comment l'interpréter. À bien des égards Salvo lui-même ne comprend pas la transformation qu'il a subi, mais il est clair que le changement est permanent.
Cependant, les organisations criminelles font défaut dans l'empathie et la Salvo est maintenant considéré comme un cas atypique, il doit revenir à sa position précédente ou faire face aux conséquences désastreuses. Avec une relation tendre maintenant partie de sa vie et de la jeune fille aveugle commence à répondre en nature, il ya peu d'options se offrent à eux deux.
Bien que l'action se déplace parfois beaucoup trop lent, même lorsque l'objectif est de construire la tension, le film est toujours en valeur le visionnement. Le dispositif de traçage du tueur impitoyable trouver soudain amour et l'humanité a déjà été utilisé, pense de Jaws dans le film de James Bond "Moonraker"; dans ce cas ce est bien fait.Lire la suite ›
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Salvo (Saleh Bakri) is a bodyguard and hit man for a Mafioso. After foiling an attack on his employer, Salvo hunts down the man who organized it - Renato - and encounters the man's blind sister, Rita (Sara Serraiocco). She causes Salvo to question himself and his existence. The camera focuses on close ups of Rita's face as she tries to disguise her fear by singing. Salvo performs the murder of Renato off screen while we see Rita's reaction. Salvo places his fingers over Rita's eyes and due to some sort of unexplained phenomena, cures her sight. She starts to see forms and shapes, but as the film goes on, her sight improves. Salvo buries Renato and keeps Rita in an empty factory for her security and the remainder of the film shows the transition of a solitary professional hitman to a man who becomes vulnerable to human connection, offering an allegory with the inexplicable restoration of Rita's sight.
The film is in Italian, is long, dark and very atmospheric. Dialogue is scarce but well chosen. This is a mood piece with a message and well worth waiting it out to understand that message. Grady Harp, December 14
Couple of comments: first, this is the long feature debut of writers-directors Fabio Grassadonia and Antonio Piazza. And what an extraordinary debut it is! Not knowing much about this film going into it, I was expecting a crime caper. Sure, there are scenes that bring the mafia crime aspects to the front, but the movie later on becomes a study of the human condition, and hence a psychological portrait more than a crime thriller. The initial confrontation between Salvo and Rita is as nail-biting as it is unsettling at the same time. That scene takes a good 10-15 min. to play out and it is what sets this movie apart, period. Second, the acting performances are stellar throughout, none more so than Sara Serraiocco as Rita, in her first movie role ever (Serraiocco in real life is not blind, by the way). Check out the bonus materials for interviews with her and with the directors on how they shaped this role. Third, as always, the DVD comes with a bonus "shortie", and cleverly, Film Movement was able to get "Rita", the 2009 debut shortie (20 min.) from Grassadonia and Piazza, where they first introduced the blind girl Rita character (then played by another actress). Great bonus shortie!
This movie was the July, 2014 release in the on-going series of Film Movement's DVD-of-the-Month Club of foreign and indie movies, and the DVD will be released to the public at large in January, 2015 (but I wouldn't be surprised if "Salvo" shows up on Amazon Instant Video before then). If you are in the mood for something entirely different than the comic book action hero movie of the week that Hollywood keeps serving up endlessly this summer, you cannot go wrong with this. "Salvo" is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
What unfolds is a questioning of himself and also an awakening for Rita. The thing is there are rules about mob behaviour and the boss calls all the shots - quite literally; you can not therefore have some underling changing them to suit his own ends, and transgressions of the code never go unpunished.
This is a strange film to categorise; it starts as an action movie, then moves to a film about a one sided relationship and ultimately takes us on a journey you would never expect. The way the filming is done is to exemplify how the blind Rita `sees' the World and by doing so brings heightened fear and tension. What ramps up the atmosphere even more is the minimal dialogue; Salvo hardly says a word and there is virtually no music that I can recall.
It is a film that will probably have divided opinions and it is a slow reveal, but it pays dividends if you stay with it, a bit art house yes, a bit original yes and worth seeing? Well that is a definite yes.
Just a suggestion: try to watch it on the biggest screen and with the best audio system you can find, you will be amazed at the beauty of the cinematography in widescreen and at the sound design! Highly, highly recommended!
This is a brooding, serious film. It is incredibly long. There is very little dialog. Action comes in very short bursts.
The film is long, not in minutes (it is around an hour and fifty minutes), but in time with no dialog and not much happening. Salvo, the lead character, is pure stealth in tracking his prey. He is ruthless at sneaking up on people and killing them. And he says almost nothing, ever in the film. This isn't a film of nothing but murders; I think there are about six killings - maybe a few more. They all happen in such fast bursts; they are over in a second.
During the first set of credits, there is a statement in French, not translated in subtitles; that says this is a non-fiction film (literally translated, this film is not a fictional story).
The bulk of the film is Salvo living his life and not saying much. His most memorable line when he speaks to the husband and wife that house him (a relationship that is impossible to understand and is never explained). The wife asks him if he wants lunch, asks him over and over. Then he says, "The dog smells, it needs a bath." Salvo is an enigma.
I'm not sure I remotely understand this film. And what I do understand gives away too much of the film. It is best to approach this film with absolutely no knowledge of the other characters. What really confused me is the end of the film (and this is not even remotely a spoiler) - the final shot has Salvo in perfect focus, after a long time, the focus shifts to the sea in the background, and the film fades to black. After about five minutes of silent credits, the sound of waves on the beach rises up for the last minute of the credits. I'm certain all this is significant, and they are the keys to understanding the film. I just can't connect the dots.
The film is presented in Italian with English subtitles. The film is best viewed by mature audiences. The film is a psychological thriller, one that true nightmares are made of. There is a lot of strong language in the subtitles and some fairly graphic murder scenes. There is no nudity.
The DVD includes an interview with the director, some behind the scenes clips, and one other bit.
The bonus short film is Rita, a 20 minute film by the same director. In effect, this was the director's training ground for the Salvo. A person could also imagine the short is the prequel to Salvo (although there are too many similar elements in Salvo for me to be convinced of Rita being a prequel).
I didn't hate Salvo. I didn't love Salvo. Then again, I'm not a hunter.
I was provided a review copy of the DVD.