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3 stasr out of 5 -- "[A] passionate, beautifully crafted, period melodrama....[With] standout performances, stunning art design and larger-than-life drama..."Box Office "[T]he veteran Italian director Marco Bellocchio brilliantly personalizes Mussolini's rise to power through a fictional retelling of his seduction and catastrophically violent betrayal of his reputed first wife, Ida Dalser."New York Times "Bellocchio builds this tragedy bit by bit, infusing the facts with a searing humanity."Los Angeles Times 3.5 stars out of 4 -- "The film is beautifully well-mounted. The locations, the sets, the costumes, everything conspire to re-create the Rome of that time."Chicago Sun-Times "Mezzogiorno plays Dalser with the kind of fervent intensity once seen in silent films..." -- Grade: A-Entertainment Weekly "[I]t all hangs together, interweaving the intimate and epic, the personal and political....The first half's intoxicating headlong rush is propelled by Carlo Crivelli's riveting score..."Sight and Sound63.12783

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3 stasr out of 5 -- "[A] passionate, beautifully crafted, period melodrama....[With] standout performances, stunning art design and larger-than-life drama..."Box Office "[T]he veteran Italian director Marco Bellocchio brilliantly personalizes Mussolini's rise to power through a fictional retelling of his seduction and catastrophically violent betrayal of his reputed first wife, Ida Dalser."New York Times "Bellocchio builds this tragedy bit by bit, infusing the facts with a searing humanity."Los Angeles Times 3.5 stars out of 4 -- "The film is beautifully well-mounted. The locations, the sets, the costumes, everything conspire to re-create the Rome of that time."Chicago Sun-Times "Mezzogiorno plays Dalser with the kind of fervent intensity once seen in silent films..." -- Grade: A-Entertainment Weekly "[I]t all hangs together, interweaving the intimate and epic, the personal and political....The first half's intoxicating headlong rush is propelled by Carlo Crivelli's riveting score..."Sight and Sound 3 stars out of 5 -- "A sometimes academic period piece with touches of operatic bombast, VINCERE is highly watchable..."Uncut 4 stars out of 5 -- "[The] direction, cast and soundtrack hit an operatic pitch that balances emotional punch with detached historical reflection."Total Film63.12783

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3 stasr out of 5 -- "[A] passionate, beautifully crafted, period melodrama....[With] standout performances, stunning art design and larger-than-life drama..."Box Office "[T]he veteran Italian director Marco Bellocchio brilliantly personalizes Mussolini's rise to power through a fictional retelling of his seduction and catastrophically violent betrayal of his reputed first wife, Ida Dalser."New York Times "Bellocchio builds this tragedy bit by bit, infusing the facts with a searing humanity."Los Angeles Times 3.5 stars out of 4 -- "The film is beautifully well-mounted. The locations, the sets, the costumes, everything conspire to re-create the Rome of that time."Chicago Sun-Times "Mezzogiorno plays Dalser with the kind of fervent intensity once seen in silent films..." -- Grade: A-Entertainment Weekly "[I]t all hangs together, interweaving the intimate and epic, the personal and political....The first half's intoxicating headlong rush is propelled by Carlo Crivelli's riveting score..."Sight and Sound 3 stars out of 5 -- "A sometimes academic period piece with touches of operatic bombast, VINCERE is highly watchable..."Uncut 4 stars out of 5 -- "[The] direction, cast and soundtrack hit an operatic pitch that balances emotional punch with detached historical reflection."Total Film63.12783

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3 stasr out of 5 -- "[A] passionate, beautifully crafted, period melodrama....[With] standout performances, stunning art design and larger-than-life drama..."Box Office "[T]he veteran Italian director Marco Bellocchio brilliantly personalizes Mussolini's rise to power through a fictional retelling of his seduction and catastrophically violent betrayal of his reputed first wife, Ida Dalser."New York Times "Bellocchio builds this tragedy bit by bit, infusing the facts with a searing humanity."Los Angeles Times 3.5 stars out of 4 -- "The film is beautifully well-mounted. The locations, the sets, the costumes, everything conspire to re-create the Rome of that time."Chicago Sun-Times "Mezzogiorno plays Dalser with the kind of fervent intensity once seen in silent films..." -- Grade: A-Entertainment Weekly "[I]t all hangs together, interweaving the intimate and epic, the personal and political....The first half's intoxicating headlong rush is propelled by Carlo Crivelli's riveting score..."Sight and Sound63.12783

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"A Freudian operating in a Marxist political context, Mr. Bellocchio uncovers the infantilism that continues to rule adult desires, creating a cinema that is at once gleefully anarchic and coldly analytic." New York Times 4 stars out of 4 -- "[The film] remains startling not only for its portrayal of perverse familial dysfunction, but also for its assured, original style and convention-defying structure." Premiere62.99827

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