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L' Innocente [Italia] [DVD]

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Tullio Hermil, ricchissimo, ateo e gaudente, non riesce a tener nascosta la relazione con l'amante di turno (la vedova contessa Teresa Raffo), alla moglie Giuliana, con la quale non ha rapporti da anni, a causa della fragile salute di lei che le ha causato l'interruzione di una gravidanza. Gluliana, attratta dal giovane scrittore Filippo d'Arborio, gli cede e ne rimane incinta. Piu' che l'amore, la gelosia riconduce Tullio fra le braccia della moglie. Informato dalla madre che Giuliana è incinta di tre mesi, egli tenta di imporre l'aborto, che la moglie rifiuta fermamente ("non posso, sarebbe un delitto"), confortata in cio' anche dal confessore e dal medico. A Tullio non resta che sopprimere "l'innocente", cosa che gli riesce la notte di Natale, quando tutti sono in chiesa, esponendo il neonato davanti alla finestra spalancata. Il bimbo muore, apparentemente per cause naturali. Giuliana capisce, e grida in faccia al marito la sua disperata verità: "ho amato e amero' sempre il padre di quel bambino" (Filippo, che poco prima era morto, reduce dall'Africa, per febbri tropicali). Tullio, al coperto dalle sanzioni della giustizia umana, confessa tutto a Teresa, la quale dichiara chiusa la relazione rinfacciandogli di essere "un mostro". Tullio si spara al cuore, Teresa fugge nella notte.

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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Reviewer's First Exposures to Visconti 17 de noviembre de 2013
Por V. Risoli-Black - Publicado en
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"L'Innocente" was my first exposure to Visconti since seeing "The Damned" many years ago and being somewhat disappointed as the film was too much for me at the time. I have since re-ordered iit after seeing "L'Innocente" at first. "L'Innocente was Viisconti's final film and I understand he died before the editing was completed or before it was released, I can't be certain now, but it is generally agreed he directed it from his wheelchair. He had also directed "Conversation Piece" after having had a stroke. The interview with screenwriter Suso Cecchi D'Amico included on Koch Lorber's DVD is enlightening. I'm sure she was exhausted afterward, but there was a lot of information to cover and left me with still some questions, but it is something like an upwards of an hour and very good. The screenplay she wrote with Visconti and Enrico Medioli is brilliant, but I do not know how it adapted Annunzio's original novel faithfully or tailored it more to reflect on Visconti remains to be understood. AKA "The Intruder", the theme from the opening credits to Annunzio's book's leaves being turned to the last haunting image speak well and the film remains in your thoughts for a long time afterward, a feat that should be savored when one comes upon such a film. D'Amico does not speak especially well of "L'Innocente" in the interview. I found all of the performances outstanding, Giancarlo Giannini and Laura Antonelli better than I've ever seen them. Jennifer O'Neill, although dubbed, is also perfectly cast, giving a rich, textured performance, her best, although it is harder to know from the expert dubbing. Franco Mannino is the perfect choice to do the music and Pasquale De Santis's cinematography provides Visconti's detail with sumptuousness and well-used Technicolor. The transfer by Koch Lorber is excellent as usual. They have come be, in my experience, very reliable for a pleasing experience. If this is a film diminished by illness, and I suspect that it was, then Luchino Visconti is a true superlative director and one to believe in for his artistry. I can not say this about any other director who ranks as highest in the annals of film history. Well worth the inexpensive price. Thoroughly enjoyed it several times since buying it this week. I nearly forgot, I did have the privilege of seeing Luchino Visconti's much neglected version of the Camus novel, "The Stranger" with an incredible performance by Marcello Mastroianni at Eastertime and remember thinking Visconti extraordinary, but the film, for some reason, perhaps why it took so long for 1976's "L'Innocente" to find its way to DVD, a very literal version of the novel and I had been forced to see it dubbed in German with English subtitles, still a sublime witnessing.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Beautiful...Tragic...Thought-provoking...and a GOOD remaster (to boot!) of a 1970s film! 23 de septiembre de 2011
Por Anonymous - Publicado en
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The DVD of the Luchino Visconti film titled "L'Innocente" L'Innocente and produced by Koch-Lorber has a surprisingly good DIGITAL restoration of this film recorded in the 1970's. It is also the full 127-minute version, not the shorter 112-minute version (which I think is the edited American version that has a few scenes of minimal male and female nudity deleted). The dubbing (in Italian) of Jennifer O'Neil's voice, however, was NOT great. She plays the role of the mistress to the rich Italian aristocrat who is the main character in the film. I think (contrary to some other reviewers) that Jennifer was quite good. On the other hand, the other actors were TERRIFIC, but then, they speak in Italian (likely their native tongue), while Jennifer, whose lips you can read, speaks her lines in English and her voice is DUBBED in Italian. Reminded me of another really great film by the same Italian director, Luchino Visconti, titled "The Leopard" The Leopard (The Criterion Collection) The Leopard (The Criterion Collection) [Blu-ray], with Burt Lancaster, who plays an Italian aristocrat also, but older and wiser, even if somewhat less attractive. The main actor in L'Innocent portrays a younger and perhaps more physically / sexually appealing aristocrat. In the Criterion version of "The Leopard," Burt Lancaster speaks his lines in English, while the rest of the cast speak in Italian! Oddly enough however, in "L'Innocente", I thought the audio track made all the actors' voices sound as though they had been added in; the audio just doesn't sound the way I'm accustomed to hearing voices in a film. The Criterion editions (both the regular DVD and the Blu-ray versions) of "The Leopard" offer an Italian audio track as well as one in which you hear Lancaster speaking his lines in English. The version in which Lancaster speaks in English is, to my taste, MUCH better that the dubbed Italian version! This is where Criterion shines above Koch-Lorber, as least with regard to effort put into viewing and listening options, but then again one PAYS a much higher price for Criterion versions that have those options!

The picture quality, when viewed on a DVD player with upgrading ability (I used a SONY Blu-ray player), is EXCELLENT, but the sound (as I mentioned above) doesn't fare quite as well, but that did not detract from my appreciation of the film. The film's story and eventual outcome definitely linger long after viewing. I think one of the tragedies in the story is the revelation of this rich man's particularly sad interpretation of life.

There was no commentary (which I would have thoroughly appreciated), but there was an interesting interview with the film's screenwriter (Suso Cecchi d'Amico). Although the interview did not shed much information on the film, it did go into how she became a screenwriter, and that was "ok."

CAUTION: If you don't like subtitles, you will not enjoy this film...the only audio track is in Italian (with English subtitles)...even the interview with the film's screenwriter. Personally, I found myself pausing the disc every now and then to go back to make sure I caught all the subtitle text, because sometimes it just went by too quickly for me. Thank goodness, however, Koch-Lorber used a yellow color for the subtitles, unlike CRITERION editions that seem always to use a ghostly white-color that becomes literally INVISIBLE in scenes with light or white backgrounds (grrrrr!).

All in all, this is a haunting story, beautifully captured on film and nicely remastered on DVD by Koch-Lorber. Highly recommended!
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas The subtitles are atrocious, verging on gibberish. One ... 8 de agosto de 2015
Por Baskerville - Publicado en
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The subtitles are atrocious, verging on gibberish. One can only suppose they are the work of an Italian speaker who does not really know English. The film itself warrants its five stars. The transfer is a shade spotty - nothing very distracting, but such a masterpiece deserves the sort of restoration (Criterion, BFI and others take note) that has been given Visconti's earlier period masterpieces, SENSO and IL GATTOPARDO.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas L'innocente 6 de mayo de 2013
Por K. Lipio - Publicado en
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This movie is a classic, I saw it the first time about 35 years ago, and to this day, the film is just as good ad the first time I saw it. This film shows that "scandal" may not always be something that affects only one of the parties involved, but maybe both but one always takes it worst. Giancarlo delivers an excellent part in this film, the costumes and sets are a trademark of the director, exact to the last detail.
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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas The Guilty 14 de febrero de 2012
Por C McGhee - Publicado en
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A movie by Luchino Visconti starring Giancarlo Giannini & Laura Antonelli. Though many other characters appear in the movie, none of them is given enough to do to seem living people. Giannini & Antonelli are superb in their portrayals of the parts they have, yet only Antonelli really seems a believable person. This is the prime source of my dissatisfaction with this movie.

The plotline develops along a foreseeable path & moves too slowly at times. The finale is hard to accept in any vein other than as a just reward. There was plenty of ambiguity in the moral stance of the movie for better plot development & I felt it was a waste of a good cast. The title of the show applies to a cast member with the least of all to do in the movie. I felt it was an error to title the movie after that character. It's true a great wrong was perpetrated on this cast member by the two principles but as you never have a chance to identify with the character that was betrayed in the most vile manner you are left searching for a different reason for the movies existence. That is supplied by the substitution of a self inflicted wound on the least likable character in the cast.

Still, the show does raise questions about marriage, infidelity, commitment & the old theme of sex having a double standard for women (still in force today) as opposed to men. It also has Laura Antonelli in truly classical nude scenes & what a stunning beauty she is. She wears an unflattering hair-do throughout the movie & this of course accents her beauty in the nude scenes.

The settings are well-done, the scenes don't spend a lot of time on traveling which helps the pacing & it needed it. In general none of the problems displayed by the storyline are neatly wrapped up & the ones that are seem to be more for convenience than anything else. All in all an average movie that could have been much better. 2.5 Amazon stars for the show. 5+ stars for Laura Antonelli's acting & beauty.

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