Nanni Moretti

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Three Floors review – Nanni Moretti melodrama lacks profundity
There are powerhouse performances and queasily effective scenes in this story of a man who suspects his neighbour of abuse, but it’s a soapy shadow of The Son’s Room

Peter Bradshaw

11, Jul, 2021 @7:36 PM

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Cannes makes up for lost time with a thrilling auteur-packed lineup | Peter Bradshaw
After a year off, Leos Carax should have punters at each others’ throats – and Wes Anderson will boost the blood sugar

Peter Bradshaw

03, Jun, 2021 @2:09 PM

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Nanni Moretti’s I Am Self Sufficient: a joke-filled fringe lampoon
The Italian auteur’s debut feature spoofs experimental theatre with its tale of a group of friends launching a heavy-handed Beckettian show

Chris Wiegand

20, Apr, 2021 @5:00 AM

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Michel Piccoli: a fierce, strong performer who became the object of cinephile fan-worship | Peter Bradshaw
From Godard’s Le Mépris to Nanni Moretti’s We Have a Pope, Piccoli’s prolific career saw him evolve into a legend of European cinema

Peter Bradshaw

18, May, 2020 @2:58 PM

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The 100 best films of the 21st century
Gangsters, superheroes, schoolkids, lovers, slaves, peasants, techies, Tenenbaums and freefalling astronauts – they’re all here in our countdown of cinema’s best movies since 2000

Peter Bradshaw, Cath Clarke, Andrew Pulver and Catherine Shoard

13, Sep, 2019 @5:00 AM

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Prime target: can Paolo Sorrentino's biopic land a blow on Berlusconi?
Italy disgraced former leader has been oddly untouched by two decades of cinematic skewerings. With Loro, the nation’s most gifted film-maker takes aim

Caspar Salmon

29, Mar, 2019 @1:03 PM

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Mia Madre review – lights, camera… trauma
A film-maker has to cope with her dying mother and a pompous American star in this tragicomic triumph by Nanni Moretti

Mark Kermode, Observer film critic

27, Sep, 2015 @8:00 AM

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Man Up; Results; Ruth & Alex; Catch Me Daddy; Spooks: The Greater Good; B for Boy – review
Simon Pegg and Lake Bell are a winning couple in Man Up, Catch Me Daddy creates British-Asian noir, while Nigeria’s B for Boy gets a long overdue UK release

Guy Lodge

27, Sep, 2015 @6:00 AM

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Mia Madre review – warm, witty and seductive drama
Director Nanni Moretti has got his mojo back in this sad, funny and satisfying movie about a film director who carries on working while her mother is dying

Peter Bradshaw

24, Sep, 2015 @9:30 PM

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Nanni Moretti: 'I always feel there's something missing'
Nanni Moretti’s mother was dying during the making of his last film. Now the Italian director has turned that experience into Mia Madre. But why did he cast a woman as himself?

Andrew Pulver

22, Sep, 2015 @5:17 PM

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Cannes 2015: Nanni Moretti - 'The main character had to be a woman'
Italian film-maker Nanni Moretti is back at Cannes with Mia Madre, about a film director swamped with personal troubles. But, says, he never wanted to play the part himself

Andrew Pulver

16, May, 2015 @12:57 PM

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My Mother review: Nanni Moretti's meta-movie is his best since The Son's Room
Fourteen years after the Italian director won the Palme d’Or with his bereavement drama, he returns to the domestic with the tale of a film director juggling her teenage daughter, formidable mum and a needy Hollywood star

Peter Bradshaw

16, May, 2015 @10:14 AM

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