This is officially where it started 79th Venice International Film Festival: the Lido of the most famous lagoon city in the world has already started hosting world-famous directors, actors and actresses and their films. In the competition, there are many important titles: from White noise of Noah Baumbach (which opened the competition) to the new effort of Alejandro González Iñarritu. Succeeded or failed?
In this article we will collect, the exposure time, most anticipated movie reviews. Day after day, we will put online the opinions of the editors of Best film to offer you a practical guide navigating through the various works of the main competition and the other sections. Are you ready? Let’s go!
REVIEW OF VENICE 79
WHITE NOISE – By Noah Baumbach
It was a titanic challenge to adapt DeLillo’s “White Noise” and Baumbach tried it in the most ambitious and cumbersome film: a crazed centrifuge of bizarre and neurotic, in which America’s optimistic stupor of the 1980s never finds the strength and the crystalline breath of the fresco… HERE THE FULL REVIEW
The portrait of a conductor embodied by an extraordinary Cate Blanchett is the starting point for exploring the dynamics of inspiration and those of power, and how creative genius and narcissism often go hand in hand. And to say, in the #MeToo era, what is happening the predator is a woman and not a man… HERE THE FULL REVIEW
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