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Guiseppe Tornatore, the director of Cinema Paradiso, brings us BAARIA, an epic, semi-autobiographical story of three generations in a Sicilian village.
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The e-one DVD from Great Britain is a top notch wide screen (2.35) transfer.
predecessor about Italian life. There is, however, much to enjoy in the process, occasionally confusing in its story-telling though
it seemed to me. Tornatore is a born story-teller with a marvellous eye for the cinematic medium and I am glad to have added
this to my DVD film collection at a modest and attractive cost.
Shame because it looked like a good film, however this copy was worse than awful, totally unwatchable.....it really shouldnt be available to watch via amazon unless you are fluent in Italian.
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excellent foreign movie .The story line , cinematography and acting all deliveredPublished 13 days ago by roisin
love this film and i had to have it for my collection. its pretty long, but it's a wonderful story and beautifully shot.Published 3 months ago by Tallulah Jane
It looks fantastic and it could have been a great film, but it suffers from being too ambitious. It's too long, the plot is too meandering, and you never have the opportunity to... Read morePublished 4 months ago by L S.
This film is very badly made with many episodes being largely disconnected from their neighbours. The picture paints life in Sicily as far worse than it ever was, without any... Read morePublished 5 months ago by John JP Deverill
Every film by Tornatore is a masterpiece and this is no exception.Published 5 months ago by bluesboy
As with all Italian films very enjoyable once you get into the Italian film modePublished 7 months ago by TelT