Water and Sugar: Carlo Di Palma, the Colours of Life (2016)
Critic Reviews for Water and Sugar: Carlo Di Palma, the Colours of Life
Water and Sugar misses the mark. Instead of close readings, or even just a clean, simple biographical sketch, the movie proceeds rather like a celebrity version of Guess Who?
Put together with affection and intelligence, this documentary portrait of Italian cameraman Carlo Di Palma gives us a handle on what made him a great cinematographer.
There's no excuse making a poor film on the life and work of one of cinema's greatest cinematographers.
Despite its shortcomings, Water and Sugar is an affectionate and worthwhile introduction to [Carlo Di Palma's] life and work.
It's a film of civilised chats with various cinematic notables, including Allen, all sedately conducted by Di Palma's widow, Adriana Chiesa.
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