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N B 25 days ago
Absolutely gorgeous photography even though the story was not my kind of thing!
Matthew Bettencourt over 1 year ago
Photography is excellent, but I was not invested in the story.
Türkü 2 years ago
Noah Rymer over 4 years ago
Not for me, but if you like stuff like 8 1/2 and alphaville you'll enjoy it
Bryony Cameron 8 years ago
non-sequential, surreal, and with some of the best shots I've seen
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Peter Gray over 8 years ago
The Conformist (Italian: Il conformista) is a 1970 political drama film directed by Bernardo Bertolucci. The screenplay was written by Bertolucci based on the 1951 novel The Conformist by Alberto Moravia. The film features Jean-Louis Trintignant and Stefania Sandrelli, among others. The film was a co-production of Italian, French, and West German film companies. Bertolucci makes use of the 1930s art and decor associated with the Fascist mentality and era: the middle-class drawing rooms and the huge halls of the ruling elite. The film opens with Marcello Clerici (Jean-Louis Trintignant) in Paris finalizing preparations to assassinate his former college professor, Luca Quadri (Enzo Tarascio). It frequently returns to the interior of a car driven by Manganiello (Gastone Moschin) as the two of them pursue the professor and his wife. Through a series of flashbacks, we see him discussing with Italo, a blind friend, his plans to marry, his somewhat awkward attempts to join the Fascist secret...
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