Movie “Ennio”. Opinions and Movie Trailer.

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A portrait of Ennio Morricone, the most popular and prolific movie composer of the 20th century, the one most cherished by the worldwide public, a two-time Oscar winner and the author of over five hundred unforgettable ratings.





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  • Self: Ennio Morricone
  • Self: Silvano Agosti
  • Self: Alessandro Alessandroni
  • Self: Fausto Ancillai
  • Self: Dario Argento
  • Self: Joan Baez
  • Self: Sergio Bassetti
  • Self: Bruno Battisti D’Amario
  • Self: Marco Bellocchio
  • Self: Bernardo Bertolucci
  • Self: Marco Biscarini
  • Self: Walter Branchi
  • Self: Gilda Buttà
  • Self: Caterina Caselli
  • Self: Enzo G. Castellari
  • Self: Liliana Cavani
  • Self: Marina Cicogna
  • Self: Furio Colombo
  • Self: Mychael Danna
  • Self: Brian De Palma
  • Self: Alessandro De Rosa
  • Self: Edda Dell’Orso
  • Self: Sergio Donati
  • Self: Clint Eastwood
  • Self: Roberto Faenza
  • Self: Eva Fischer
  • Self: Daniele Furlati
  • Self: Marco Tullio Giordana
  • Self: James Hetfield
  • Self: Phil Joanou
  • Self: Roland Joffé
  • Self: Quincy Jones
  • Self: Wong Kar-wai
  • Self: Barry Levinson
  • Self: Andrea Leone
  • Self: Raffaella Leone
  • Self: Claudio Mancini
  • Self: Miranda Martino
  • Self: Franco Migliacci
  • Self (divulge): Terrence Malick
  • Self: Pat Metheny
  • Self: Giuliano Montaldo
  • Self: Gianni Morandi
  • Self: Antonello Neri
  • Self: Enzo Ocone
  • Self: Gino Paoli
  • Self: Antonio Pappano
  • Self: Mike Patton
  • Self: Goffredo Petrassi
  • Self: Enrico Pieranunzi
  • Self: Franco Piersanti
  • Self: Nicola Piovani
  • Self: Tonino Poce
  • Self: Boris Porena
  • Self: David Puttnam
  • Self: Dulce Pontes
  • Self: Paul Simonon
  • Self: Sergio Sollima
  • Self: Bruce Springsteen
  • Self: Oliver Stone
  • Self: Quentin Tarantino
  • Self: Paolo Taviani
  • Self: Vittorio Taviani
  • Self: Giuseppe Tornatore
  • Self: Fabio Venturi
  • Self: Carlo Verdone
  • Self: Edoardo Vianello
  • Self: Lina Wertmüller
  • Self: John Williams
  • Self: Bruno Zambrini
  • Self: Ettore Zeppegno
  • Self: Hans Zimmer
  • Self: Zucchero
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  • Producer: Gianni Russo
  • Govt Producer: Wong Kar-wai
  • Govt Producer: Jacky Pang
  • Co-Producer: Alice Chan Wai-Chung
  • Editor: Massimo Quaglia
  • Govt Producer: Tatsumi Yoda
  • Account: Giuseppe Tornatore
  • Director of Photography: Fabio Zamarion
  • Editor: Annalisa Schillaci
  • Co-Producer: Chan Ye-cheng
  • Director of Photography: Giancarlo Leggeri
  • Sound: Gilberto Martinelli
  • Co-Producer: Satomi Odake
  • Producer: Gabriele Costa
  • Sound: Fabio Venturi
  • Co-Producer: Chizu Ogiya
  • Co-Producer: Migiwa Nakata
  • Co-Producer: Naoko Takahashi
  • Co-Producer: Alessandra Tieri

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One comment

  1. Here’s a have to see for fans of immense cinema tune. Per chance alongside John Williams and John Barry, the eponymous maestro has scored in an queer and modern formula, a immense many motion photos for the reason that 1960s and this film tracks how he rose from a classical tune coaching to an (eventual) Oscar winner. It does undergo from the perennial disaster of motion photos cherish this, we see (and listen to) too cramped of his marvellous works – especially my have well-liked “Ecstasy of Gold” – but the story affords a fast-paced series of contributions from these properly known, and these much less so. It’s miles improbable honest how many motion photos he did present the tune for, some of it if fact be told memorable and a few of it if fact be told unpleasant – but right here we see a man who never shied far off from pushing the boundaries. His creative negate of vocals, even of a typewriter to invent his sounds demonstrates properly his nearly boundless imagination. Though at instances a cramped dry, this documentary lays that skill and fervour engagingly before us. Bertolucci, Eastwood and Joffé all make a contribution in a vogue that avoids the adulatory, and makes this an delightful chronology no longer honest of Morricone himself, but of world cinema too.

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