The comedic touches in Bianca and its setting at the "Marilyn Monroe High School" whose faculty need the services of the school's clinical psychologist, are at odds with the somber theme of a schizophrenic math teacher and a series of murders. That cinematic split personality leaves the film in limbo. The math teacher Michele (Nanni Moretti, also the director) is clearly neurotic, tries to "straighten out" the lives of his friends whether they like it or not, and is torn between his powerful attraction to the French teacher Bianca (Laura Morante) and his terror of intimacy -- between his need for a normal family life and his neuroses. When people start disappearing at the school, Michele becomes the number one suspect in the police investigation -- not a long stretch given his behavior. ~ Eleanor Mannikka, Rovi … More
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