8 of 19 people found the following review helpful
Even if you start with the best intentions, this film will inevitably be a pain to watch. It is an immensely ambitious -or pretentious- project which falls flat on several accounts.
Firstly, the dialogue: it is so sparse that the whole of the film's script (2hours) can fit in a A4 piece of paper. It is also immensely pretentious and irrealistic: the chatacters either speak in monosyllables or start huge rants on the meaning of life. Secondly, the acting is awful -really wooden and expressionless- notwithstanding the presence of famous actors like Terence Stamp (who does pretty much nothing apart from looking pretty) and Silvana Mangano.
Thirdly, it goes without saying that for… Read more