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Der Konformist

Il conformista

Italien, Frankreich, 1970
Krimi, Thriller, Geschichtsfilm
  • Italienisch
  • Englisch

Darum geht's

Aus dem Bestreben danach, “normal” zu sein, schließt sich ein italienischer Intellektueller Mussolinis Faschisten an und erhält den Auftrag, seinen ehemaligen Professor im französischen Exil zu ermorden.

Darum sehenswert

Regularly hailed as one of the greatest films ever made (and rightly so), Bernardo Bertolucci’s supreme masterpiece is both a 70s political thriller and a surreal, highly sensual journey to Europe’s troubled past. It was a huge influence on Coppola for The Godfather, and is essential to this day.

Der Konformist Regie Bernardo Bertolucci

Auszeichnungen & Festivals

Berlin International Film Festival

1970 | 2 Gewinne unter anderem: Interfilm Award - Recommendation

1990

Academy Awards

1972 | Nominiert: Best Writing, Screenplay Based on Material from Another Medium

One of the greatest-looking movies ever made, it’s easily the most important revival screening in town this week. It remains a career best for cinematographer Vittorio Storaro, who also shot Apocalypse Now and Warren Beatty’s Reds. The Conformist features rich, deep colors and lots of gorgeous and precise camera movement; you could watch it with the sound off and it would be no less impressive.
October 13, 2017
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Bertolucci presents Alberto Moravia’s tale in a complex flashback structure full of Ophulsian lighting and some borrowed camera movements from Welles… Marcello’s repressed and displaced homosexual energy is the highlight of the spontaneous ideas appearing as oneiric, intercut flashbacks.
June 08, 2016
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If Trintignant portrays Marcello with purposeful banality, Bertolucci uses elaborately stylized composition and cutting to tell the protagonist’s story. Compositions regularly marginalize characters against vast backdrops, shoving heads down to the bottom of the frame to lend greater importance to cavernous, fascist architecture and classical Italian décor. This produces innumerable great shots, most strikingly in the depictions of the rotting wealth of Marcello’s family.
November 24, 2014
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