To Die for Tano (1997)
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Roberta Torre's first feature, TO DIE FOR TANO was a huge commercial and critical success in Italy, winning three awards at the Venice Film Festival, three Silver Ribbons from the Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists and two David di Donatello ("Italian Oscar") awards for Best Music and Best Director. TO DIE FOR TANO caused a media sensation when it opened in Italy for lampooning the Italian mafia and for its stylistic audacity, blending Italian neo-realism, kitsch and an MTV
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Torre's debut takes true incidents from the Mafia wars that plagued Palermo in the late '80s and kicks them into a deliriously gaudy farce.
The film is a low budget masterpiece of scathing satire and pointed allegory.
One for the Movies That Aren't Nearly as Clever as Their Directors Think They Are canon.
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