We all sacrifice ourselves at some point in life, and to give up life will undoubtedly lead us to the purgatory, and to the end time.
‘Techno, Mama’ is a spectacle on almost every level of filmmaking and a wild ride through the territory of the under-privileged coming of age that feels both painfully familiar and strikingly fresh.
The whole film consists of longer, dynamic shots in black and white, carefully edited to paint the picture of chaos in detail.
From the opening on, it is clear that Don’t Get Too Comfortable is quite a technical piece of cinema that combines the documentary content with experimental execution.
Italian helmer Manlio Gomarasca dedicated his life to the genre cinema not just as the founder and editor-in-chief of the publication ‘Noturno Cinema’, but also as the festival advisor, programmer, curator and the author of books such as The little film library of horrors and Dario Argento: the image of fear. After ten shorts and […]
Forever in Leone’s shadow, Corbucci however made a series of distinctive and critically lauded Spaghetti Westerns
The story, such as it is, proceeds like a documentary. We just follow, usually from a distance, what people do.
The filmmaker insists that this forgotten war on the eastern reaches of Europe is a throwback to the kind of atritional warfare of position which was supposed to never happen again.
Ultimately the film succeeds in reclaiming the song and the context in which it was written. It feels designed to introduce people to a world of serious thought that created a popular sensation.