Italy, 2008, 110 Minute Running Time
Additional Countries: France
Topics: History, Political
Program: World Cinema Now
Language: Italian English Sub-Titles
Director Paolo Sorrentino's portrait of seven-time Italian Prime Minister Giulio Andreotti (a brilliant Toni Servillo) is packed with wicked wit, brilliant cinematography and drama galore. Andreotti dominated Italian politics until undone by scandal and the predations of the Mafia. Winner of the Jury Prize at Cannes 2008.
DIRECTOR: Paolo Sorrentino
Producer: Nicola Giuliano, Francesca Cima, Andrea Occhipinti, Maurizio Coppolecchia
Editor: Cristiano Travaglioli
Screenwriter: Paolo Sorrentino
Cinematographer: Luca Bigazzi
Music: Teho Teardo
Principal Cast: Toni Servillo, Anna Bonaiuto, Giulio Bosetti, Flavio Bucci, Carlo Buccirosso
Filmography: The Family Friend (2006), The Consequences of Love (2004), One Man Up (2001)
Print Source: Beta Cinema
Italian Cultural Institute of Los Angeles
Official Film Website
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