is an uneven but solidly satisfying entry that revamps the format with a gritty aesthetic and a character-driven approach set in the midst of mafia-torn modern Italy. He’s a low-rent thug with nothing to believe in, who subsists on pudding and pornography in the downtime from his dirty work.The film opens on a foot chase as our anti-hero Enzo (Claudio Santamaria), a two-bit criminal and way, way underling for Camorra bosses, makes his escape from his latest misdeed. Something he doesn’t realize until a job goes wrong, leaving his accomplice dead, and Enzo would be dead right alongside him if he wasn’t suddenly able to survive a bullet to the chest and the fall from a nine-story building. Isolated, misanthropic and lonely, though he’d never admit that last one, Enzo is pretty much a pathetic and undignified ne’er-do-well. A cynical shut-in who’s eager to remind people he’s “nobody’s friend,” Enzo is stuck in a sort of adolescent “everything sucks” mentality, and would have never put his powers to any good use if he didn’t get tangled up with Alessia (Ilenia Pastorelli).Why do I use so many because i am bored and i want compare the different methods.In some ways pandora makes it the easiest for you if you use the standard aiml.Like all good genre storytelling, the film would still work without the fantasy elements, in this case as a crime world character redemption piece.
A move that draws instant media attention and viral You Tube fame. Alessia is, as the kids these days like to say, problematic. Sergio’s troubled daughter, toward whom Enzo feels an immediate attraction and protectiveness, Alessia helps transform Enzo into a hero through the power of her goodness and love, which gets weird at times because Alessia is incredibly child-like and regressive; obsessed with anime and getting her own princess dress.IF you use one of the companies consider donating to them.It costs money to run a website and too many in the past have closed down because they could not afford to stay open.Enzo and Alessia have a lovely dynamic and sweet, if unorthodox, love between them — a fumbling attraction between two adults stuck in immaturity — and it’s effervescent with the chemistry between Pastorelli and Santamaria.
Both actors play their roles raw and to the bone, treating the material like they would a prestige drama.
A stringy-haired greaseball who fancies himself a rock star, Luca Marinelli‘s Gypsy wants people to kneel at his feet so he can piss on their head, and that’s before he gets the notion to find some superpowers of his own.