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Me and You

  • SydneysBuzz  News

    Emerging Pictures Announces “Cinema Made in Italy”

    Emerging Pictures recently announced “Cinema Made In Italy,” a major new initiative between Istituto Luce- Cinecittà, the Italian Trade Commission and Emerging Pictures that will pro-vide distribution and marketing support to five major Italian films with the goal of broadening the audience for Ital...

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  • The Playlist  News

    Watch: Trailer for Bernardo Bertolucci's First Film In Nine Years 'Me And You'

    That Bernardo Bertolucci will go down as a cinematic legend is without question; the wheelchair-bound 73-year-old likely doesn't have too many films left in him, and while his enthusiasm and work ethic are an inspiration, we can't wholeheartedly endorse "Me And You." It's his first film in nine year...

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  • The Playlist  News

    First Look Pics At Bernardo Bertolucci's Addiction Drama 'Io e Te'

    One film many expected to named as part of the lineup when the Cannes Film Festival unveiled their slate last week, was Bernardo Bertolucci's "Io e Te." An acclaimed, revered filmmaker who has been In Competition twice before (in 1981 for "Tragedy Of A Ridiculous Man" and 199...

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  • Indiewire  Reviews

    102 Reviews From the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival

    The Toronto International Film Festival continues through next weekend, but Indiewire has already reviewed a significant portion of the program at various other festivals over the past year.

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  • Indiewire  Reviews

    TIFF Capsule Review: 'Me and You'

    "Me and You" is the most inessential movie ever directed by the legendary Bernardo Bertolucci. It's also an entirely serviceable coming of age story, capably performed by its two leads and emotionally affecting within the constraints of its small scale aims. The filmmaker's first Italian language movie in 30 years avoids making any bold statements or indulging in advanced formalism in favor of a trim but well-acted drama. Adapting Gilbert Adair's novel, the story involves 14-year-old Lorenzo (Jacobo Olmo Antinori), a disaffected teen who tells his mother he's going on a ski trip and sneaks into the basement to thr...

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  • The Playlist  Reviews

    Cannes Review: 'Me And You' A Middling Return For Bernardo Bertolucci

    It's been nine years since the last feature film from Bernardo Bertolucci, and for a moment there, it looked like "The Dreamers" would be the final effort from the currently wheelchair-bound filmmaker. And while we're glad he's re-energized and back to making movies, unfortunately, "Me And You" will...

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  • Indiewire  Reviews

    What Will Rock at Cannes This Year? Indiewire's Critic Picks 12 -- and Another Dozen Questionables

    Every year, Cannes Film Festival hype suggests a cinephile's heaven on earth. There's some truth to that, but the reality is more complicated.

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