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Wer erschoß Salvatore G.?

Salvatore Giuliano

Italien, 1962
Drama, Krimi, Geschichtsfilm

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The true story of the death of Italy’s most wanted criminal and celebrated hero, Francesco Rosi’s groundbreaking political film is a startling exposé of Sicily and the tangled relations between its citizens, the Mafia, and government officials.

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Wer erschoß Salvatore G.? Regie Francesco Rosi

Auszeichnungen & Festivals

Berlin International Film Festival

1962 | Gewinner: Best Director (Silver Berlin Bear)

Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists

1963 | 3 Gewinne unter anderem: Best Director

1963 | 2 Nominiert unter anderem: Best Screenplay

A fascinating, perceptive and provocative look at a particular Italian region, the men and women who inhabit it and how all factors formed the short but riotous life of the film’s title subject.
July 11, 2018
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[Gomorrah and Salvatore Giuliano’s] thematic similarities are striking—especially their view of crime as a bulwark for the ruling class. What I found astonishing and thrilling was the way both directors marry journalistic rigor to a gritty imagistic splendor. Salvatore Giuliano was Rosi’s breakthrough film, and he and his team innovated a new style of filmmaking to trace the collision and collusion of Sicilian separatists, the Mafia, the cops, and the bandit antihero, Giuliano.
September 18, 2017
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Around Giuliano’s spectral form, Rosi assembles a methodical welter of interrogations, flashbacks and reconstructions, dossier pages scattered across the lumpy, stark landscape. From a Roman reporter to a recruited shepherd to a treacherous comrade, the perspective is continuously slippery, obscured, purposely incomplete. The political and personal forces at play are raw, the scrutiny is analytical.
January 26, 2015
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