Cristo si č Fermato a Eboli (Christ Stopped at Eboli)
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Cristo si č Fermato a Eboli (Christ Stopped at Eboli)
Based on an autobiographical novel by Carlo Levi, Cristo si e fermato a Eboli stars Gian-Maria Volonte as Levi, a prominent anti-fascist author and artist who, during Mussolini's regime was exiled to Eboli, a tiny village in Southern Italy. The government believed Levi's controversial views would fall on deaf ears, but as he spent time in the small pastoral community, the simple wisdom of the peasants came to have a profound impact on Levi, and his beliefs would also impact the people of Eboli. Francesco Rosi's film is usually screened in a version running 150 minutes, though a… More

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"Sentimentalizes the peasants to the point where we're left looking too much at peasant culture as if this were a travelogue."
‑ Dennis Schwartz, Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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