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Storia di B. - La scomparsa di mia madre

Storia di B. - La scomparsa di mia madre is a movie starring Benedetta Barzini, Beniamino Barrese, and Stephanie DeBaillew. A once-iconic fashion model strives to escape the world of images and disappear for good, but her son's...

Other Titles
O desaparecimento de minha mãe, La desaparición de mi madre, La Disparition de Ma Mère, La scomparsa di mia madre, Zniknięcie mojej matki, Mano mamos isnykimas, The Disappearance of My Mother
Running Time
1 hours 34 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Beniamino Barrese
Beniamino Barrese, Malina DeCarlo
Benedetta Barzini, Beniamino Barrese, Stephanie DeBaillew, Michela De Rossi
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

A once-iconic fashion model strives to escape the world of images and disappear for good, but her son's determination to make a final film about her sparks an unexpected collaboration and confrontation with the camera's gaze.

Comments about documentary «Storia di B. - La scomparsa di mia madre» (21)

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Megan Hansen

I watched this documentary because of the idea that "The Evil Dead" is a horror movie. However, I was very surprised. The film is much more than just a horror movie, and is a very good documentary about a very interesting subject. The main point of the documentary is the evolution of the "The Evil Dead" story and how the story was adapted to different media. The film also explains how this story was inspired by the "The Exorcist" and "The Shining". I think the documentary is very interesting and a very good way to see the story of this movie. I highly recommend to watch this documentary. It is a very good documentary that I think anyone should watch.

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Dorothy Ward

After a decade of watching and reading about the sexual abuse of children by Catholic priests, I was interested in seeing what they had to say about the subject. I knew that the Catholic Church had a history of covering up and covering up, and that it had a history of denying and denying, but I was still curious to see what the priests had to say. This documentary was a good start, but I was still left with questions. I would have liked to have seen more interviews with victims, or more of the actual abuse that was going on. The priest who was accused of molesting a little girl was portrayed in a very negative light. He was a very good priest, and I could see how his abuse could have caused him some kind of problems. But in the end, I was left with the impression that the priest was just the kind of priest that would have a problem with any kind of molestation. It seemed like he was just the type of priest that would be blamed for a child's molestation. I don't think it was possible to see the actual abuse that was going on, and it didn't help that the priests were all wearing masks and hoods. This is a good documentary, but I would have liked to have seen more information about the actual abuse. It was hard to tell how much was true, and how much was just a cover-up.

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Rachel D.

the young artists in Italy have no alternatives to copying their images from the galleries. While they are not beautiful, they are growing, creating new forms, and hoping that other people will come along and make a copy of them. And that's exactly what I am looking for with the photos. With the help of the actors I wanted to develop a picture of a colorful, colorful reality. Well, what I got was some small old photos. What I did not expect was the immediacy, the immediacy of the style. And the making of the photo. What you saw on the streets of Florence is the work of a young man who is one of the first persons to be nominated for the World Photo Academy. I do not know if he was a real artist, but he is the first. You see that he does not aim to make a masterpiece, but to make art, like the people he meets. He has taken his life in his hands, which gives the new generation a passion for life, for art. I am quite fond of this man, for he made me realize that being present in a place does not mean that you are right there, that you are a part of something that is happening. You are not the center of the movie, you are the only face, the only voice. "I am not an artist, I am a photographer. I am not a writer, I am not a critic. I am just a guy".

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This is a great movie. It shows the struggles of the people who live in the region. They don't have electricity, they don't have running water, they don't have phones, and they have no Internet. It's a very sad story. I think that it is important to show the problems of people, especially the poor. I also like the fact that they are not afraid to show the people in the areas they are from. The people are really interesting and sometimes you can see a lot of emotions on their faces. It's a great movie, and I recommend it to everyone.

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Ronald J.

A documentary about the life and times of a woman who became a pioneer in the use of LSD. As the film is about her journey to find her own identity, it is also about her journey to the peak of her life. It is an insightful look into the use of drugs in a country and culture that was not ready for them. It is a story that will stay with me and help me understand the times. It is a story of love, loss, and the search for self. It is a story that will stay with me.

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Howard P.

The original was filmed with different actors for different locations. The most common being the New York streets. The plot follows the same exact story as the original but with different actors. I noticed that all the people are to older for the old school. I am a 31 year old male and I thought the acting was great and at times even good enough to make you feel like you were there. I thought the emotions were great and I think they were actually a bit more realistic. I think if this was a 70's version of the original the emotion/catharsis aspect might not have worked so well. I recommend this movie to people who want to see the original with different actors.

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Nathan Clark

I would recommend this documentary more to people who are confused as to what they are supposed to get out of this documentary. Some people like a documentary that brings them up on the emotional level. They like documentaries that help them process their emotions, feelings, and the way they are connected to life. These types of people would love this documentary. This documentary doesn't just sit at a tourist trap looking for entertainment. This documentary was intended to make the viewer think about the things that are going through their minds, but for people who need to be entertained, it will certainly be less than entertaining. For those of us who are open to learning and understanding, it is an excellent resource. For people who are just looking for a jump on the emotional roller-coaster, it will probably disappoint.

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This movie is the best movie I have ever seen. The cast is perfect and the storyline is very interesting. It's a great movie that should be seen by everyone. I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in philosophy or just a great movie. The plot is very interesting and the actors are great. I have never seen such an amazing movie. This movie is a must see.

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Mary M.

In Italy, the "scomparsa di mia madre" ("two fingers of death") are the corpses of young women who were executed in the 15th century for witchcraft. The reason for their deaths is not clear: some were accused of witchcraft and some were hanged for crimes such as theft and murder. The film is a documentary about the history of the crime, the cases in which it was investigated, the cases that were prosecuted and the trials that followed. The film is interesting mainly because of the excellent, detailed documentary style and because of the archive footage, especially the audio. The film is well directed and edited. The interviews with the victims are done in a way that is both interesting and respectful, and the images are always beautiful. The film also includes archival footage from the period when the trials took place, and it is interesting to see how the accused were treated in the court. The film is also very well produced, with good sound and excellent photography. The film is also a work of art, with beautiful images of the victims, their clothes and accessories, and the beautiful, haunting music of the period. The film is well-edited, well-edited, well-edited, and well-edited. I recommend this film to anyone interested in the history of the crime of witchcraft. 9/10.

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Frank and Cleo are a modern day ballet couple - a couple that befriends even the great Dora Deren. Their small-scale adventure across Italy follows Frank as he helps his girlfriend Cleo break free from a life of servitude. This is a story that will not leave you happy at the end, but will have you wondering - what is the meaning of life? This is a movie that does not settle for one message or another, but chooses to go through its characters' respective hardships to explore their own inner feelings. Whether you are an adult or a child, I think that the story of Frank and Cleo will hold up well. These two characters, while not exactly slumming it, also don't come out feeling like the "fun-loving" movie loving couple. They are doing what their character is set out to do - which is to entertain the audience. This is their story, but it is also ours. The movie doesn't try to force any specific message down your throat - it has a point of view to put forward. The story is still there, and it seems that the director of this movie, Donato Nonino, is showing the viewer that it is important to not judge these characters by the outside world - and to leave it up to their own personal feelings and thoughts to create our own perceptions about the characters. I personally would not call this a great movie, but it is definitely a movie that will leave you thinking.

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Jeffrey R.

I enjoyed this film, but to those that expect a 100% scientific or historical documentary: Just skip it and go for a rabbit-hidery with some very nice scenery. My advice: go to your local library and borrow a film or two, and learn how to make your own documentaries.

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Sarah A.

The only reason I can see why this movie is so unpopular is because it is about a certain kind of woman. It is a woman who is not interested in men and who is more interested in herself. In other words, it is a woman who is a feminist and who is not afraid of a woman who is a feminist. This movie is a very honest and very funny look at this kind of woman. I can see that some people who have not seen this movie will not like it, but I think that if you want to know how to become a feminist, this is a great movie for you.

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This is a very good film, with a very good, albeit very graphic, discussion of the human condition and the role of women in society. I would recommend this to anyone who is interested in the issues of sexuality, oppression and the female experience. I also recommend it to anyone who is interested in the role of women in the Catholic church. This film is not for the faint of heart, and is not suitable for the easily offended. But, for those who can look past the violence, the foul language and the sex, you will find a very moving and very well done film.

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Brian D.

While most of this film focuses on the problems and struggles that teenagers face, the director gives the viewer a wide range of interesting facts about the bicycle movement in Italy, especially the and the nascent bicycle tour companies that have taken the Italian streets. More info can be found on Wikipedia. This documentary, in its earliest stages, explores the Dutch brothers known as Cans and shows their stories. While the duo is not seen and the movie does not give them any names, the viewer finds out that their story is a typical one for teenagers and should be approached with caution. The filmmaker describes their childhood and how the brothers are trying to survive. However, the viewer is not aware of the hardships that these children have faced in their daily lives and the consequences of those failures. At one point in the documentary, the director states that the three brothers do not speak because the brothers are poor and how the brothers feel they are doing well with all the advantages that the family has. There is a moment when the director reveals that the family enjoys the cost-control that is achieved when a bicycle is bought and then decides to sell a bicycle for a much higher price, which makes the brothers feel uncomfortable. Although the camera does not focus on them, the viewer can guess that they are depressed and that their happiness is sometimes deceptive. The director also shows the trio of bike thieves that come from another country and the reasons why the bicycle tour companies do not appreciate them.

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Marilyn M.

This film is quite funny, albeit dark. I laughed at the humor, at the dark humor, and at the many shots of nude women. One thing I didn't find funny: the fact that the Director was offering us the foregone conclusion of "Who Killed The Ex-Girlfriend?" as a way of explaining a situation. So what does it mean? What is the "thug mentality" that got his girlfriend murdered? What were the "Reynolds Americans" doing in Southern California? Was it worth it? The movie is good enough for you to laugh with and understand the underlying messages of a movie about racism and whatnot.

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This documentary is a must see. It covers a wide range of topics including the abuse of women in the industry, the growing corruption of the Italian judiciary, the corrupting influence of the mafia and the influence of the Vatican. The film is well-written and the director, Giorgio Pazzaglini, makes sure that his subjects are well-represented. The interviews are both fascinating and informative, and the film does a great job of showing the many sides of the issue. The film is also very well-made and is worth watching. Highly recommended.

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Dylan W.

The director of this film is a very interesting man. The first time I watched this film I was very surprised and I thought that this was a very interesting film. It's not a documentary but it is very interesting to watch. I have watched it three times and I still have to watch it again. I have a question for the director. What do you think of the U.S. Constitution? The Constitution of the United States is very important for us. It is the law of the land. I think it is very important to study the constitution. What is the best way to study the constitution? I think that it is to study it in a documentary form. The constitution is very important for us and I think that it is very important to study it in a documentary form. The director of this film is very interesting and he has a very interesting style. I like his style and I think it is very interesting to watch.

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Cynthia Holland

On January 24, 1962, Italian Prime Minister Benito Mussolini signs a decree declaring war on Germany. He says the purpose of the war is to free Italy from the aggression of the Nazis. The movie "Bible of B-2 Spirit" explores the difference between the faith and reality of Italy and B-2 Spirit. B-2 Spirit is an aircraft modified for testing new jet technology in the US. It is the first jet fighter to be stealthily, and highly efficient at taking out enemy aircraft. The film is a documentary on the air force trials of the plane and the pilots involved. It shows a historical background and the people involved. The story is told in the form of interviews and the interviewees give their experiences and opinions. In my opinion, the best part is that it is told as a documentary and there are no scenes where we hear the director speak in a strict American style. That made the story more interesting. The final result is a great movie for the history enthusiast.

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Jessica Edwards

I found it a bit slow at times. I also found the documentary style somewhat irritating, especially when it seemed like they were trying to turn this into a soap opera. I have to agree with most of the reviews here. I did feel that they were using a documentary style that did not necessarily fit the subject matter, and as such it took away some of the emotional impact. The filmmaking itself was fine. I'm not a fan of slow-paced documentaries. I would have enjoyed it better if they had added more explanatory notes at the end. At least give some of the characters some background. I found the work of the Pope to be quite interesting, and that he spoke freely, quite differently to most, and quite eloquently. I think this should have been a larger project. I also thought that a greater coverage of the political issues in that region would have been nice to have. In summary, I enjoyed the film and found it useful in an academic setting. It is not a great film, but it is not terrible. I would recommend it.

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I am not a big fan of family life films but this one has a very interesting story that went to a small indie movie producer, he had a idea to make a movie about a small boy and his family's journey. The beginning of the movie is very compelling and the development of the story is not predictable but it is something like a slow-build-up to a climax. At some points it is very depressing and the first 20 minutes are too slow but at the same time, there are quite a few surprises. The director has put a lot of effort into this, a lot of cgi and make-up and all that stuff that you see in indie movies. It's probably a very successful movie but it still lacks a few things, for example, the sound and the rhythm. Another problem is that at some points the movie feels really disconnected from the small boy. It starts in the movie theater, where there are only a few people, and then it goes to a beach where people are laughing at the teenager and his ideas. If there are lots of small cinema and you don't see it in a crowded place, you can experience a unique atmosphere that you can't find in a big city. The story is pretty realistic and it contains a lot of real issues that people deal with every day. It's a drama with a lesson. I think it will be interesting to see how people react to the film and how different people would react to a movie with the same concept but with different actors.

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Frank C.

The 4th film in director Jean-Pierre Jeunet's "Cat People" trilogy, "L'avventura" ("The Cat People") takes place in Venice during the week that ends in a terrible storm. These people were stranded in an old house, and the director has tried to recreate their past and present. He shows people returning to their lives, from two different parts of their life, how they made their way from the lower classes, and the results. There are two main stories in this film: one with the past that involves the young son, and the other with the present about the cats. The two stories are linked, and the relationship between the children is very touching, especially the man. The man is a lonely man, trying to survive, he comes from a long line of cat people, who has lost all of their cats. The man's life changes when he meets a beautiful woman, and he doesn't want to give up her. The woman doesn't want to give up her cat either, but she wants to be useful, so she goes back to Venice and continues living her life with the cats. The music is good, and I recommend to watch this film. It's a really well done film, with good camera-work. It's a good film about what happens when people lose all their possessions, not so interesting, but it's an important film about human beings and their lives. The story is very emotional, and I recommend to watch this film.