Salvatore Giuliano (1961) [The Criterion Collection] [RE-UP]

Posted By: edi1967
Salvatore Giuliano (1961) [The Criterion Collection] [RE-UP]

Salvatore Giuliano (1961) [The Criterion Collection]
A Film by Francesco Rosi
DVD9+DVD5 | VIDEO_TS | NTSC | 1.85:1 | 4:3 | 720x480 | 02:03:12 | 5% recovery | 11.7 GB
Languages Available: Italian, English (Audio Commentary) 1.0 AC3 | Subtitle: English
Extra: Scene Selection, Menù, Trailers, Interviews, Documentary, Featurettes, Commentary
Genre: Drama, Crime | 5 wins & 2 nominations

July 5, 1950—Sicilian bandit Salvatore Giuliano’s bullet-riddled corpse is found facedown in a courtyard in Castelvetrano, a handgun and rifle by his side. Local and international press descend upon the scene, hoping to crack open the true story behind the death of this young man, who, at the age of twenty-seven, had already become Italy’s most wanted criminal and celebrated hero.

IMDB
Criterion

Salvatore Giuliano (1961) [The Criterion Collection] [RE-UP]

Filming in the exact locations and enlisting a cast of native Sicilians once impacted by the real Giuliano, director Francesco Rosi harnessed the facts and myths surrounding the true story of the bandit’s death to create a startling exposé of Sicily and the tangled relations between its citizens, the Mafia, and government officials. A groundbreaking work of political filmmaking, Salvatore Giuliano established Rosi’s reputation and assured his place in cinema history.

Salvatore Giuliano (1961) [The Criterion Collection] [RE-UP]

Derek Malcolm called it "almost certainly the best film about the social and political forces that have shaped [Sicily,] that benighted island." Gino Moliterno argued that "Rosi's highly original strategy in this landmark film is to aim at neither an "objective" journalistic documentary nor a fictional recreation but to employ as wide a range of disparate formal and stylistic elements as necessary to conduct a committed search for the truth that becomes, in a sense, its own narrative."

Salvatore Giuliano (1961) [The Criterion Collection] [RE-UP]

David Gurevich said that "Rosi marries the neo-realist, black-and-white, populist aesthetic to the mad media circus of La Dolce Vita, tosses in some minimalist alienation from Antonioni, makes the film jump back and forth in time without any markers (so that you realize you're back in the present only a few minutes after you're already in a sequence), and makes his despair so infectious that we would probably be disappointed to know the truth." Terrence Rafferty noted that "Salvatore Giuliano manages to sustain an almost impossible balance of immediacy and reflection: it's such an exciting piece of filmmaking that you might not realize until the end that its dominant tone is contemplative, even melancholy

Salvatore Giuliano (1961) [The Criterion Collection] [RE-UP]

Salvatore Giuliano is a 1962 Italian film directed by Francesco Rosi. Shot in a neo-realist documentary, non-linear style, it follows the lives of those involved with the famous Sicilian bandit, Salvatore Giuliano. Giuliano is mostly off-screen during the film and appears most notably as a corpse.

Salvatore Giuliano (1961) [The Criterion Collection] [RE-UP]

.: Italian :.
Subito dopo la liberazione della Sicilia, Salvatore Giuliano, già fuorilegge per aver ucciso un carabiniere, costituisce una banda ed entra a far parte dell'esercito separatista, sostenendo conflitti a fuoco con soldati e carabinieri. Quando questo esercito viene sciolto, Giuliano rimane isolato con la sua banda ed è costretto a riprendere la sua attività di fuorilegge. Uno dei fatti più gravi di questa attività è costituito dall'episodio di Portella della Ginestra, nel quale numerosi uomini, donne e bambini furono uccisi dalla banda. A questo punto viene decisa dalle autorità una guerra senza quartiere contro Giuliano. Uno dopo l'altro cedono i capisaldi della sua difesa e la mattina del 5 luglio 1950 il suo corpo inanimato viene ritrovato nel cortile di una casa di Castel Vetrano. Ma la storia non è conclusa. Gaspare Pisciotta viene avvelenato in carcere e altri mafiosi che hanno compiuto con lui i misfatti sono colpiti da mani misteriose.

Salvatore Giuliano (1961) [The Criterion Collection] [RE-UP]

Extra Features:
* New high-definition digital transfer, with restored picture and sound and enhanced for widescreen televisions
* Audio commentary by film historian Peter Cowie
* Witness to the Times, a new discussion with director Francesco Rosi and film critic Tullio Kezich
* Il cineasta e il labirinto, a 55-minute documentary directed by Roberto Andò showing Rosi revisiting his life and career in cinema, with personal comments by directors Giuseppe Tornatore, Martin Scorsese, and others
* Excerpt of an Italian newsreel from July 12, 1950, reporting the shocking death of the infamous and charismatic bandit Salvatore Giuliano
* Original theatrical trailer
* New and improved English subtitle translation
* PLUS: written tributes by Francis Ford Coppola, Federico Fellini, and Martin Scorsese as well as a new essay by writer Michel Ciment

From Wikipedia

ORIGINAL TITLE: Salvatore Giuliano
GENRE: Drama, Crime
Directed by: Francesco Rosi
SCREENPLAY: Francesco Rosi, Suso Cecchi d'Amico, Enzo Provençal, Franco Solinas
ACTORS:
Frank Wolff, Salvo Randone, Federico Zardi, Peter Cammarata, Nando Cicero, Joseph Teti, Cosimo Turin, Joseph Calandra, Peter Franzone, Renato Pinciroli, Max Cartier, Bruno Ukmar, John Gallina, Vincenzo Norvese, Sennuccio Benelli, Ugo Torrente, Nino Rise
Cast

PHOTOGRAPHY: Gianni Di Venanzo, Pasqualino De Santis, Erico Menczer
ASSEMBLY: Mario Serandrei
MUSIC: Piero Piccioni
Production: Franco Cristaldi LUX FOR FILM, FILM VIDES, LIONEL SAINTS FOR FILM GALATEA
DISTRIBUTION: LUX FILM - VIDEO MEMORIES, VIVIVIDEO, PUBLISHING GROUP BRAMANTE, Panarecord, L 'UNIT' VIDEO (CINECITTA ', CLASSIC ITALIAN FILM)
COUNTRY: Italy 1961
DURATION: 125 Min
FORMAT: B / W OVERVIEW
VISA SUBMISSION: 14
NOTES: - HEAD OF SECURITIES BY THE FOLLOWING ARE CLOSED CAPTION: "THIS FILM AND 'WAS FILMED IN SICILY. MONTELEPRE A WHERE SALVATORE GIULIANO E' NATO. IN CASE, IN THE STREETS, IN THE MOUNTAINS WHERE UNITED 'FOR SEVEN YEARS. CASTELVETRANO A WHERE BANDIT SPENT THE LAST MONTHS OF ITS EXISTENCE AND IN THE COURTYARD WHERE ONE MORNING WAS SEEN HER BODY LIFE. "- AWARDS: SILVER BEAR FOR BEST DIRECTION IN BERLIN FESTIVAL XII (1962); SILVER RIBBON FOR 1963 BEST DIRECTOR (EX AEQUO WITH "THE FOUR DAYS OF NAPLES"), MUSIC AND PHOTOGRAPHY IN BLACK AND WHITE, GOLD GROLLA 1962 FOR BEST DIRECTOR, FOREIGN PRESS AWARD FOR THE BEST ITALIAN FILM (1962).


General
Complete name : E:\VIDEO_TS\VTS_02_0.IFO
Format : DVD Video
Format profile : Program
File size : 82.0 KiB
Duration : 2h 3mn
Overall bit rate mode : Variable
Overall bit rate : 91 bps

Video
ID : 224 (0xE0)
Format : MPEG Video
Format version : Version 2
Duration : 2h 3mn
Bit rate mode : Variable
Width : 720 pixels
Height : 480 pixels
Display aspect ratio : 16:9
Frame rate : 29.970 fps
Standard : NTSC
Compression mode : Lossy

Audio #1
ID : 128 (0x80)
Format : AC-3
Format/Info : Audio Coding 3
Duration : 2h 3mn
Channel(s) : 1 channel
Sampling rate : 48.0 KHz
Compression mode : Lossy
Language : Italian

Audio #2
ID : 129 (0x81)
Format : AC-3
Format/Info : Audio Coding 3
Duration : 2h 3mn
Channel(s) : 1 channel
Sampling rate : 48.0 KHz
Compression mode : Lossy
Language : English

Text
ID : 32 (0x20)
Format : RLE
Format/Info : Run-length encoding
Bit depth : 2 bits
Language : English




NB. Se vuoi link ul scrivimi un messaggio privato.

How use .REV files CLICK HERE


Click HERE for my others DVD Movies

Please DO NOT MIRROR

If you'll find that my links are dead please let me know through the Private Messages.

>>> Visit My Blog Here <<<

In case the download links lead you into others site, copy the text to the address bar and it'll be okay.


Salvatore Giuliano (1961) [The Criterion Collection] [RE-UP]