Arrivederci Amore, Ciao (2006)

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A fugitive from justice discovers he has to leave his principles behind to come out of the underground in this drama from Italy. Giorgio (Alessio Boni) was a member of a radical left-wing group who was forced to flee the country when a bomb he planted unexpectedly killed an innocent party. After living in Central America for several years, Giorgio has decided to return to Italy and turn himself in. Giorgio is enrolled in a program where he is "rehabilitated" by cooperating with the police, staring by getting the goods on Anedda (Michele Placido), a corrupt cop. However, before long Giorgio's actions start to seem more like blackmail than justice, as a demands payments from the owner of a topless bar and persuading a married woman, Flora (Isabella Ferrari), to sleep with him until her husband makes good on a long-standing debt. However, temptation becomes too much for Giorgio when Anedda offers to bring him in on a robbery he's been planning; Giorgio's share of the loot looks to be enough to keep him afloat for years, but his new criminal lifestyle is more than he knows how to handle. Arrivederci Amore (aka The Goodbye Kiss) was adapted from a novel by Massimo Carlotto.
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NR
Genre:
Art House & International , Drama , Mystery & Suspense
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Mikado

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½

Not exactly convincing but not really bad either. The script is way too sterotyped and the camera work too stylish for my taste. In other word it is not the revolutionnary Euro crime movie it pretends to be but it remain quite entertaining.

Ben Gui
Ben Gui
½

Eclectic, grim, totally nihilistic italian neo noir with some good camera work, twisted voice overs and likable performances by Michele Placido and Alessio Boni, two rotten scoundrels in different sides of the law, who like to rip each other off

Pierluigi Puccini
Pierluigi Puccini

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