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Il Divo (Review)

Stylized drama a monument to Italy's shadowy political landscape

0 Comments · Friday, October 23, 2009
Hard on the heels of the acclaimed 'Gomorrah,' Italian corruption gets a much quieter but equally vigorous workout in Paolo Sorrentino's highly stylized portrait of the country's most enduring political leader, Prime Minister Giulio Andreotti (Toni Servillo). Aside from an imaginary "confession" in which he grows momentarily unhinged, Andreotti remains a properly unknowable monument on his country’s shadowy, shady political landscape. Grade: B.  

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