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The first thing you notice about “Made In Italy‼ is that it is essentially a story about an Italian gang of tuxedo-clad guys going to a fancy dinner in a fancy town and buying a rather beautiful painting. It is a disjoint, bleak, sad, hopeless, incoherent dirge on class and money and, worst of all, a pathetic tale about an irresponsible father and his out-of-touch son who quickly come to think that their once-loved hometown has fallen into ruin due to the influence of a rich but rather uncaring man. The film never lets up on its theme of class conflict. There are a few parts that add a little bit of humor to the overall picture, but generally, this film is more about class war than anything else.
Despite the film's title, the movie actually begins with an extended intro that makes you feel as if you are at the very beginning of the story, as if you are watching it for the very first time and you want to find out what is going to happen. The main character, played by Mario Bellocchio, a fairly famous Italian actor, does not have a very interesting history in terms of film acting, but he does have a very interesting look and personality that immediately makes him intriguing. He also has a rather interesting sidekick, played by Mario Caccamato, who also seems like a good actor and who gives Mario an air of authority and seriousness that works very well in the film. It is also worth noting that, unlike some Italian films that start slowly and gradually build up to huge climaxes, the whole plot of Made in Italy is quite abrupt, coming to the conclusion in an extremely fast and explosive manner.
The main problem with this movie is that, unlike most Italian movies, it never really develops the relationship between Mario and his son, Giuliano. They become good friends, but they do not develop a real affection for each other, a development that might be expected in a film such as Gladiator, a film in which the hero had a strong romantic relationship with his wife, Helen. It is the complete opposite in Made in Italy, in which Giuliano is almost always seen as the enemy of his father.
As for the movie itself, it is a good movie, with a very entertaining plot, great cinematography, and a very convincing performance by the Italian director of photography, Antonio Sanchez. who is a legend in his own right? The special effects are also quite good, although the special effects sometimes seem a little too "cartoonish."
However, the film would be better off without a score from Ennio Morricone, who also did the score for the movie, A Fistful of Dollars. His score for Made in Italy is much better, although his original score for Gladiator remains one of the most powerful and memorable scores of all time. The background music adds a sense of desperation to the film, making the scenes in the barrio even more disturbing and even the scenes in Rome in the last two thirds even more horrifying.
For those not interested in the online version, the movie can be watched online on the director's website. This has been dubbed into English. The DVD contains an audio commentary track by the director. In my opinion, it would be better to go straight to the source, but it can also be purchased from many online retailers on eBay or Amazon.