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Dismayingly shallow, this 2015 documentary about Italian writer-director Lina Wertmüller fails to address what makes her work so controversial-or, for that matter, virtually anything beyond why her friends and collaborators like her.
There was a time when audiences lined up around city blocks to see the movies of Lina Wertmüller. "Behind the White Glasses" lets you revisit a bit of that passion, without quite nailing what it was.
The movie treats Ms. Wertmüller's poorly received post-1970s career with kid gloves.
This affectionate portrait includes extensive interviews with Wertmuller, who remains vital in her late 80s, as well as performance footage of her singing her original compositions.
There's plenty of information about the making of [Lina Wertmuller's] movies, including interviews with her stars Giancarlo Giannini and Mariangela Melato.
Behind the White Glasses is sketchy as biography but still a fun and jumpy ode to brazenly unbound and cross-disciplinary artistry.
It has everything that a Wertmüller's fan can expect. [Full review in Spanish]
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