Rent 1992 (2015)

3.6 of 5 from 54 ratings
8h 36min
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Synopsis:
February 17,1992: The arrest of Italian politician, Mario Chiesa, on charges of corruption, sets in motion a series of large-scale investigations and trials, that go under the name of "Clean Hands". At the heart of the story are six ordinary people whose lives are shattered by the socio-political earthquake set in motion by this judicial operation of unprecedented scope and power. These six interwoven storylines compose an engrossing tapestry of Italy's hottest and most dramatic year in contemporary history.
Actors:
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Directors:
Giuseppe Gagliardi
Producers:
Olivia Sleiter, Mario Gianani, Lorenzo Mieli, Chiara Emanuela Rap
Writers:
Alessandro Fabbri, Ludovica Rampoldi, Stefano Sardo, Nicola Lusuardi
Studio:
Arrow Films
Genres:
TV Dramas, TV Political
Countries:
Italy
BBFC:
Release Date:
26/10/2015
Run Time:
516 minutes
Languages:
Italian
Subtitles:
English
DVD Regions:
Region 2
Formats:
Pal
Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen 2.35:1
Colour:
Colour
Disc 1:
This disc includes episodes 1 - 3
Disc 2:
This disc includes episodes 4 - 6
Disc 3:
This disc includes episodes 7 - 8
Disc 4:
This disc includes episodes 9 - 10

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Reviews (1) of 1992

A Mental Exercise - 1992 review by DJ

Spoiler Alert
24/03/2020

This film is a docudrama, but fails to summon up the depth of interest sufficient to carry the viewer through a convoluted plot.  The objective of this film is to show the events that took place in 1992, however, the pace of the film is too brisk, and the Italian language is spoken at over 180-words per minute.  This means that the subtitles have to keep pace.  The resultant is, if you read the subtitles, you don't see the film.  If you watch the film, you won't have time to read the subtitles.  There are hundreds of facts to take in.  These become more a test of mental agility than entertainment and not a film that anybody but the Italians could enjoy, for it is about their country.

  Cinema, in its truest sense, is where the picture tells the story for 80% of the time, the script playing a supporting role.  This film was never made for export and thus, like the consequences of muttered Americanese without subtitles or the Italian language rolling off the tongue far more quickly than most other European languages, such films are made with the indigenous in mind ... nobody else.  

I got about half-an-hour into this film, but wasn't enjoying it one little bit, for there wasn't time to take it in, or remember who was who and who said what, simply because it starts well, but seemingly runs out of time, when everything has to be rushed.  It was never intended for export.  It is hoped that, one day, it will be remade with a measured pace.  It should always be remembered that documentaries are teaching aids.  If you learn little or nothing from a documentary ... it has failed.  

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