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20_sigarette_(Venti_sigarette) [Italia] [Blu-ray]

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Novembre 2003: Aureliano, 28enne, precario nel lavoro e negli affetti, riceve all'improvviso l'offerta di partire per lavorare come aiuto regista alla preparazione di un film che si svolge in Iraq, al seguito della "missione di pace" dei militari italiani, con il regista Stefano Rolla. Aureliano non fa in tempo a finire un pacchetto di sigarette che si ritrova protagonista della tragedia dell'attentato alla caserma di Nassirya del 12 novembre 2003. E' l'unico civile sopravvissuto di una strage che ha ucciso ben 19 italiani.

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Amazon.com: 4.5 de un máximo de 5 estrellas 2 opiniones
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A remarkable first film 15 de diciembre de 2012
Por K. Gordon - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: Blu-ray Compra verificada
A remarkable first film, made by Amadei from his own real life
experience of going to Iraq in 2003 to be an assistant director on a
movie, and almost winding up dead.

The war sequences are terrific and powerful in execution; harrowing,
cinematic, real and yet stylized, largely seen from a subjective

The film is quite moving in the end, and Amadei is willing to let
himself (played very well by Vincio Marchioni) come off as a flawed,
real human being. Re-examining one's self and one's traumatic
experience with a sense of clarity, but without losing emotion would be
a challenge for any artist, but as a first feature it is very special.

I also liked that the film wasn't afraid to be a very disturbing film
about the realities of war, but still have a comedic edge at time. Life
is both tragic and funny, but rare is the film that can walk both sides
of that street.

Once in a while the style gets a bit overdone, to the point of breaking
a sense of reality, but that's a small fly in a very rich ointment.

I hope Amadei's will continue to make films, and that his immense talent
can translate to telling stories other than his own.

BTW: The blu-ray looks great, and Amadei does a commentary in
English which is both interesting and further humanizing.
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas What It's Really Like 4 de mayo de 2013
Por Dr Lawrence Hauser - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: DVD
I thought 20 Cigarettes was a beautifully realized, deeply moving look at the naivete of some who enter war zones only to leave with a profound realization of the terror and potential for unimaginable damage they actually contain. Vinicio Marchioni is superb in the leading role of a videographer who during his first full day in Iraq is mortally wounded yet survives to provide us with what I felt was an incredibly realistic portrayal of the aftermath of devastating injury and loss. The rest of the cast was excellent as well. 20 Cigarettes is visually arresting, very well written, and entirely believable. I recommend it although it should be mentioned that the scenes depicting the explosion and the medical treatment of the protagonist are not always easy to abide.

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