Caesar Must Die (2012)
Caesar Must Die (2012)

Melbourne Cinémathèque & ACMI present

Caesar Must Die

Paolo and Vittorio Taviani | Italy | 2012 | M
Film

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When

Wed 13 Mar 2024

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Mixing fiction and documentary, the Tavianis' film depicts the creation of a production of Julius Caesar performed by inmates from Rome’s high-security Rebibbia Prison. As in many of their works, the film’s intensity emerges from personal experience: the brothers’ father had been imprisoned for anti-fascist activities, instilling core values in his sons. In addition to finding substantive connections between Shakespeare’s play and contemporary Italian politics, the Tavianis’ third last collaboration constantly blurs the line between reality and artifice, history and contemporary life. Winner of the Golden Bear at Berlin International Film Festival.

Presented in partnership with the Italian Cultural Institute

Format: DCP
Language: Italian with English subtitles
Source: Palace
Runtime: 77 mins

Event duration

77 mins

Rating

M

Where

Cinema 1, Level 2
ACMI, Fed Square

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