Daniele Luchetti brings his usual mix of warmth, drama and boisterousness to this flashback to the roiling Italian 1970s of his youth.
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A lonely canoe drifts and slowly disappears into the limitless ocean under a foreboding sky.
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While studying cinematography at Rome's Cinecitta Studios, Mark Jackson decided to shirk his classes and abandon the Eternal City.
Dante Spinotti might be a seasoned vet, but his adaptability reveals no ego
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