Il gattopardo (1963)
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Beautiful cinematography and great history about Italian unification, being Don Fabrizio Salina a Prince of a really small Island in the poor Sicily region.. Brilliant!
Visconti's attention to detail pays off with this extravagantly gorgeous epic. The production design and cinematography are close to perfection.
I did feel its length, however. I don't believe this needed to be three hours long. Some smart editing choices could've been made to considerably trim down the film without compromising its tone and spirit.
Nevertheless, it's highly recommended.
Beautifully rich cinematography. Lush interiors and perfect exteriors. The Italian countryside comes to life on screen. It was a little long for my liking but every minute was a feast. I had a hard time following the plot but each scene was wonderfully acted.
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This movie ranks #23 in History
This movie ranks #25 in Cahiers du cinéma 100
This movie ranks #29 in Cannes Film Festival - Palme d'Or
This movie ranks #37 in 1960s
This movie ranks #67 in Halliwell's Top 1000: The Ultimate Movie Countdown
This movie ranks #70 in One hundred film and one country, Italy
This movie ranks #72 in Sight and Sound 2012 - Combined List
This movie ranks #78 in They Shoot Pictures, Don't They?
This movie ranks #93 in Il Grande Cinema Italiano
This movie ranks #167 in Harvard University's Suggested Film Viewing List: Narrative Films (2012)
This movie ranks #224 in Roger Ebert: the great movies
This movie ranks #252 in Empire 500
This movie ranks #261 in The Criterion Collection
This movie ranks #342 in The Guardian's 1000 Films to See Before You Die
This movie ranks #398 in 1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die
This movie ranks #476 in The Best 1,000 Movies Ever Made
This movie ranks #502 in Jonathan Rosenbaum's Essential Films
This movie ranks #629 in Have You Seen? A Personal Introduction to 1,000 Films