John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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Great drama that I think is accentuated by its placement within the Fascist area of Italian history which has been somewhat avoided in film..or at least the films that I have seen. Capital punishment debated under extreme circumstances.
This movie is a hard one to watch especially because of the very violent beginning, but if you go through that you find a story within the story that is deep of significance, beautiful on a cinematographic level, interesting as historic view, and much more. Watch it and you'll see what I mean.
Gian Maria Volonte' e Ennio Fantastichini straordinari in un film intenso e di grande impegno civile, dove i silenzi pesano come macigni.
A great and intense Italian drama not to be missed.
Amelio's adaptation of Sciascia's novella, is a beautiful and civilized film. Volonte is an italian Olivier in the lead role.