Tag: Cinema


Barry Lyndon. The Eighteenth century and beyond

The film by Stanley Kubrick has always been controversial. Barry Lyndon (1975) is perhaps the most valued and praised film by the critics and the least loved by the audience, that still today think it is boring. Irrespective of personal taste, no one can deny the absolute technical and formal perfection of the film, in which highly deep topics and reflections are concealed.

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Goblin. The music of fear in four acts

The 1970s: years of rock. A creative and turbulent decade, in which many musical genres came to light, some of which are so representative that they identify the very essence of that period.


Inferno. Fragments of Death

The epic dimension of a film is almost always recognisable from the very beginning, the moment it conveys that sense of power that can transcend reality.

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