Un Uomo Da Bruciare (1962)
Un Uomo Da Bruciare (1962)

Melbourne Cinémathèque & ACMI present

Un Uomo Da Bruciare

A Man for Burning

Valentino Orsini, Paolo and Vittorio Taviani | France | 1962 | PG
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When

Wed 28 Feb 2024

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The Tavianis’ first feature – co-directed, like all of their early work, by Orsini – provides an early role for Gian Maria Volontè as a real-life trade unionist, Salvatore Carnevale, returning to Sicily to organise peasant farmers against the malign influence of the Mafia. Developing upon the activist documentary shorts the trio had been directing for nearly a decade. Critic Paolo Mereghetti notes that the film already shows evidence of attempts to overcome neorealism by introducing elements of political and existential reflection.

35mm print courtesy of Cinecittà Luce

Presented in partnership with the Italian Cultural Institute

Format: 35mm
Language: Italian with English subtitles
Source: Cinecittà Luce
Courtesy: Cinecittà Luce
Runtime: 90 mins

Event duration

90 mins

Rating

PG

Where

Cinema 1, Level 2
ACMI, Fed Square

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