he is transported and placed under long house arrest in a small, Southern Italy town. Francesco Rosi directs this adaptation of the subject's eponymous memoir of those years--- and it is brilliantly told and filmed. Gian Maria Volonte, who should be familiar to American viewers as the disturbed villain in "For a Few Dollars More," portrays Primo Levi-- and it is a performance for the ages.
It is on Criterion...
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Topic - "Christ Stopped at Eboli" a Jewish intellectual is arrested by Mussolini's goons and - tinear 06:32:32 08/05/21 (2)