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Ratings & Reviews

  1. DSPRKY's rating of the film Sicilia!

    Aggressively, almost oppressively Brechtian opera? What's nice about Sicilia! is that it manages to be funny—especially in the scene with the mother—amid all the usual opacity. What's not so nice? You have to read an entire novel to understand what they were getting at.

  2. Superfrog's rating of the film Sicilia!

    Photography and lighting stunning, image more broadly magnificent (moving stills... ), dialogues amazing. Script: what the hell is this guy occupation. Absolutely must watch.

  3. Stian Gledje Bekkvik's rating of the film Sicilia!

  4. paxy's rating of the film Sicilia!

    https://cinepaxy.wordpress.com/2016/06/26/sicilia/

  5. Marc St-Cyr (Death cinéphilia)'s rating of the film Sicilia!

    Melon, paprika, wild chicory, snails, garlic, tomatoes, oil, bread, oranges memories and resistances

  6. Hyperion_333's rating of the film Sicilia!

  7. J0NS's rating of the film Sicilia!

  8. Lynch/Fellini's rating of the film Sicilia!

    I wish that I could make a film like Sicilia!- simplistic, yet incredibly profound!

  9. ramiah's rating of the film Sicilia!

  10. malia hs's rating of the film Sicilia!

    the presence of oranges, the pan and reverse-pan over Syracuse, a winter melon...such a pleasure

  11. José Neves's rating of the film Sicilia!

    cinematography by William Lubtchansky.

  12. sam's rating of the film Sicilia!

    The final sequence was sublime. As the actors recite the text they remain absolutely still, maintaining sculpture-like poses (although the muscles in their neck and face tense up and release according to the rhythms and inflections conjured up by the text); so when they move - usually into another carefully considered yet naturalistic pose - it evinces an event-like quality.

  13. adrianmendizabal's rating of the film Sicilia!

    It's a dialogue movie, wherein the subject matter is situated within the dialogue between two character. But what is unusual about this movie is that, the camera lays flat on one angle at one level, recording only one speaker. And for a couple of minutes, the conversation goes on with the other speaker off-cam redefining a conversation movie where shot-reverse shot technique pretty does that trick.

  14. Juurakkotukka's rating of the film Sicilia!

    I dream about seeing this in a double feature with Miguel Gomes' Tabu.