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My Voyage To Italy (Disc 2 of 2) (2004)
Rating:
Starring: Martin Scorsese
Director: Martin Scorsese
Category: Documentary, Foreign
Studio: Disney / Buena Vista
Subtitles:
English
Length:
246 mins

 
 

 

A Look AT The Movies That Influenced A Filmmaker's Passion.

One of the most acclaimed directors of out time, Academy Award nominee Martin Scorsese (Gangs Of New York, 2002: GoodFellas, 1990:The Last Temptation Of Christ, 1988: Raging Bull, 1980), directs and narrates this remarkable in-depth look at the careers of great Italian filmmakers and their profound influence on him. With My Voyage To Italy, Scorsese takes the viewer on a fascinating journey highlighting the classics of Italian cinema, from the neorealism of postwar Italy through its transition into the opulent period drama and surrealist fantasy. Illuminated by insightful movie clips and his own impassioned commentary, Scorsese's deeply personal observations offer not only an absorbing lesson in the history of Italian film, but its direct connection to the best in contemporary filmmaking as well. As inspiring as it is richly detailed - you'll never look at movies the same way again once you've experienced this landmark documentary.

 
 
   
   

 
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