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After I saw Il Divo, I suppose I should have felt indignation. I suppose I should also have felt that way after "The Godfather." But such films present such mesmerizing figures that I simply regard them, astonished.
Hard on the heels of the acclaimed Gomorrah, Italian corruption gets a much quieter but equally vigorous workout in Paolo Sorrentino's highly stylized portrait of the country's most enduring political leader.
boasts a bravura performance by Toni Servillo, stylish cinematography and a provocative premise, but it often feels convoluted and leaves you emotionally detached from the events onscreen. It's often compelling as a political thriller, but lacks insight a
A baroque high comedy of endemic corruption, Il Divo doesn't treat the early-'90s scandal that brought down Italian Prime Minister Giulio Andreotti as a tragedy, thriller, or tale of long-delayed comeuppance, but with resigned wit and florid carica
Servillo does such a good job of suggesting the drive and intelligence of the man that he automatically becomes one of the great recent cinematic symbols of absolute political power and the questionable means utilized in order to achieve it.