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Author Topic: In Viaggio con Pippo (Lima, 1995)  (Read 1764 times)

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In Viaggio con Pippo (Lima, 1995)
« on: October 27, 2011, 07:54:37 AM »
I recently saw this movie, and it basically blew my mind. I'm not much of a movie buff, so I don't know a ton about cinema or filmmaking. I'd heard of a few notable Italian directors, like Sergio Leone and Franco Zeffirelli, so I thought I'd give Italian cinema a shot, and boy, was I ever surprised. Everything about it -- the dialogue, the music, the cinematography, the plot -- was fluid and well-constructed. Even the soundtrack seemed flawless. I've heard there's also an English dub of this movie, but after watching it in Italian, I don't think any dub could possibly do it justice. I'd rather watch it without subtitles (which is mostly what I did, anyway).

If you haven't heard of this movie yet, I highly recommend checking it out. If you can't find it in your local video store's International section, it's also been uploaded to YouTube, of course.
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In Viaggio con Pippo (Lima, 1995)
« Reply #1 on: November 01, 2013, 11:54:49 AM »
Quote from: VCRClock;1871537goofio gento
I recently saw this movie, and it basically blew my mind. I'm not much of a movie buff, so I don't know a ton about cinema or filmmaking. I'd heard of a few notable Italian directors, like Sergio Leone and Franco Zeffirelli, so I thought I'd give Italian cinema a shot, and boy, was I ever surprised. Everything about it -- the dialogue, the music, the cinematography, the plot -- was fluid and well-constructed. Even the soundtrack seemed flawless. I've heard there's also an English dub of this movie, but after watching it in Italian, I don't think any dub could possibly do it justice. I'd rather watch it without subtitles (which is mostly what I did, anyway).

If you haven't heard of this movie yet, I highly recommend checking it out. If you can't find it in your local video store's International section, it's also been uploaded to YouTube, of course.

 
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