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Ah, bella Italia! Where men are men, politicians are corrupt, mafiosi are everywhere and women are either hookers or molls.
Sollima pulls this together into a slick, polished whole, marked by an energy and focus that allows him to travel through Suburra's various intersecting threads of exploitation, dominance and moral train-wrecks.
Suburra is a big picture that never loses track of the small details, and these bring the characters, and the realistic action sequences, to life.
Sollima interweaves gangsters, pimps, junkies and scary dogs with pungent echoes of venal Ancient Rome.
Suburra is a sprawling Italian crime drama with genuinely epic ambitions.
A film with convincing performances that puts us in a sui generis stylized atmosphere. [Full review in Spanish]
An effective thriller structured from a soft ensemble story. [Full review in Spanish]
An ensemble thriller of epic dimensions reminiscent of greek tragedy. [Full review in Spanish]
A ensemble movie disguised as gangster cinema, 'Suburra' is overwhelming. [Full review in Spanish]
A sprawl of beautifully cast characters -- a weasly pimp (Germano) here, a junkie moll (Scarano) there -- and their many intersections are deftly juggled, thanks to Patrizio Morane's darting cuts.
Once it gets going after a frankly, dull start, Suburra does pretty much hold your attention.
A stylish crime thriller that dissects Italian society with a cool eye and an itchy trigger finger.
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