Category Archives: Florinda Bolkan

Sixties’ kitsch and deviance – “Una ragazza piuttosto complicata” [1969 Italy]

Damiano Damiani was one of the most prominent and prolific Italian directors during the 60’s and 70’s, and his early crime and political dramas were, if not revolutionary, certainly ground-breaking for its time. His erotic/psychological thriller “Una ragazza piuttosto … Continue reading

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Florinda Bolkan in “Indagine su un Cittadino al di sopra di ogni Sospetto” [1970 Italy]

Elio Petri is one of those important auteurs who breathed politics into Italian cinema during its 2nd golden era and one who could broadly be compared in inclination to the likes of Antonioni, Scola, and Pasolini. His was also … Continue reading

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