Saturday, June 30, 2012


Next class, Thursday the 12th of July.

After De Sica’s masterpieces (Miracolo a Milano and Ieri, oggi e domani), and Fellini’s Le notti di Cabiria, our fascinating journey through the history of Italian Cinema brings us to Francesco Rosi’s Salvatore Giuliano, a 1962 neo-realist documentary, shot in non-linear style, that follows the lives of those involved with the famous Sicilian bandit, Salvatore Giuliano.
British critic Derek Malcolm called it "almost certainly the best film about the social and political forces that have shaped Sicily”, and Terrence Rafferty (The New Yorker and The New York Times) noted that "Salvatore Giuliano manages to sustain an almost impossible balance of immediacy and reflection: it's such an exciting piece of filmmaking that you might not realize until the end that its dominant tone is contemplative, even melancholy”.
Come and watch the movie, and talk about it with our teacher Matteo Telara
We remind you that CineDanteClub is a language class, an unusual way to go deeper into the Italian culture and improve your language skills. Please let us know by email if you will come so that we can arrange the room.

$5 for students
$10 for everybody else.
Coffee included.

Thursday 12th of July at 1.30pm at Dante’s.

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