One Man Up (L'uomo in pił)
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One Man Up (L'uomo in pił)
Two men learn firsthand about the cruel twists of fame and fortune in a drama from Italian filmmaker Paolo Sorrentino. In the early '80s, Tony Pisapia (Toni Servillo) and his younger brother, Antonio (Andrea Renzi), have each risen to the peak of their chosen professions. Tony is a nightclub singer who after years of struggle has achieved nationwide fame, and Antonio is a soccer player who becomes a star after scoring the game-winning goal in the European championship match. However, a few years down the line both men are experiencing a sharp reversal of their good fortune. Tony has… More

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"The dual plotline never really works. There isn't enough happening in either man's life and the parallels are too obvious."
‑ Amber Wilkinson, Eye for Film
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