Il Divo english

The spectacular life of Giulio Andreotti

A film by Paolo Sorrentino.

The story of Italian Prime Minister Giulio Andreotti, who has been elected to Parliament seven times since is was established in 1946.

Italian biographical drama based on the figure of former Italian Prime Minister Giulio Andreotti. It competed at the Cannes Film Festival in 2008, where it was awarded the Jury Prize. The film also screened at the Toronto International Film Festival and was nominated for a 2010 Oscar in the Makeup category.

Soundtrack

Film score by Teho Teardo
Released 2008
Genre Film music
Length 64:21
Label Universal
Producer Teho Teardo
In 2008, the film score for Il Divo was composed by Teho Teardo and released on compact disc Universal in Italy. The soundtrack has not been released locally in North America or the United Kingdom and is only available by import.[3]
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Fissa lo sguardo - Teho Teardo
Sono ancora qui - Teho Teardo
I miei vecchi elettori - Teho Teardo
Toop Toop - Cassius
Che cosa ricordare di lei? - Teho Teardo
Un'altra battuta - Teho Teardo
Il cappotto che mi ha regalato Saddam - Teho Teardo
Notes for a New Religion - Teho Teardo
Gammelpop - Barbara Morgenstern & Robert Lippok
Non ho vizi minori - Teho Teardo
Ho fatto un fioretto - Teho Teardo
Possiedo un grande archivio - Teho Teardo
Double Kiss - Teho Teardo
Nux Vomica - The Veils
Il prontuario dei farmaci - Teho Teardo
La corrente - Teho Teardo
1. Allegro Flute concerto in D major(Il gardellino) - Antonio Vivaldi
Pavane, Op.50 - Gabriel Fauré
Da, da, da, ich lieb' Dich nicht, Du liebst mich nicht - Trio
E la chiamano estate - Bruno Martino

Il Divo received mostly positive reviews from critics. As of December 14, 2009, the review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes reported 44 positive reviews and 4 negative, giving the film a 92% critical approval rating.[4]

In Peter Brunette's review for The Hollywood Reporter, he praises the movie, pointing out the capacity of entertaining, the brilliant acting and the quality of the soundtrack. He notes that the movie will probably not have a great success outside Italy.[5] The same elements emerge from the review of Jay Weissberg from Variety, who define the movie a masterpiece that will become a comparison stone for the years to come.[6]
Andreotti himself walked out of the movie and dismissed the film, saying that it was "too much" as he believes he will in the end be judged "on his record".[7]

Director: Paolo Sorrentino

Screenplay: Paolo Sorrentino
Photography: Luca Bigazzi
Editing: Cristiano Travaglioli
Music: Teho Teardo

Organizzazione generale: Viola Prestieri
Scenografia: Lino Fiorito
Casting : Annamaria Sambucco
Costumi: Daniela Ciancio
Trucco ed effetti speciali : Vittorio Sodano
Fonico di presa diretta: Emanuele Cecere

Produttori: Nicola Giuliano, Francesca Cima, Andrea Occhipinti, Maurizio Coppolecchia

Prodotto da: Indigo Film, Lucky Red, Parco Film

Distribuzione Italia: Lucky Red

Distribuzione estera: Beta Cinema

Distribuzione home video: Lucky Red

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