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Ferrante Fever

Ferrante Fever is a movie starring Jonathan Franzen, Ann Goldstein, and Roberto Saviano. Hillary Clinton, Roberto Saviano, Jonathan Franzen and others weigh-in on the Elena Ferrante "craze" and what makes her work - and her...

Other Titles
A Febre Ferrante, Ferrante-feber
Running Time
1 hours 14 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Giacomo Durzi
Laura Buffoni, Giacomo Durzi
Roberto Saviano, Elizabeth Strout, Ann Goldstein, Jonathan Franzen
France, Italy
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

With over 10 million copies of her "Neapolitan Novels" sold in over 50 countries, Elena Ferrante is a global literary sensation. She was named one of Time Magazine's 100 Most Influential People in the World and HBO recently turned the first book in the quartet, My Brilliant Friend, into a subtitled miniseries hit with more seasons to come. A journey between New York City's cultural hub and Ferrante's native Italy, the film explores how an anonymous author's visceral tales of love and friendship gained such an enthusiastic following. Hillary Clinton, Roberto Saviano, Jonathan Franzen and others weigh-in on the Ferrante "craze" and what makes her work--and her mysterious persona--so uniquely captivating.

Comments about documentary «Ferrante Fever» (7)

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Eric L.

This documentary is a must see. It is a great overview of the work of the famous Italian photographer Giorgio Serra and his unique style. It focuses on the theme of the loneliness of the artist and the hardships he had to endure to make a living. There are many interviews with Serra, including his wife and a few people who knew him. It is fascinating to hear what his wife, as well as his friends, thought of his work. It is also interesting to hear the reaction of his colleagues when he was dying. There is a great sense of loss when he was dying. His friends tell stories of how they would try to comfort him and how they would always be there for him. This documentary is a must see for anyone interested in Serra or photography.

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Shirley S.

I have a very difficult time being objective in writing about documentaries. I don't know if that's the result of the editors or the director (or both), but I'm guessing it's not the case. If you are ever lucky enough to watch a documentary, chances are you have seen a lot of them. For me, it's one of the greatest sources of enjoyment, to watch something new and fresh and not so familiar. For me, a documentary is one of the best ways to get into the mind of someone. It's a diary of their thoughts, feelings, problems and dreams. And if it's good enough for the director, it's good enough for me. This documentary, "Candid Camera," is my favorite documentary to date. "Candid Camera" is the director's follow-up to the excellent "A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night." And it's all the better for that. "Candid Camera" takes place in the early 1970's in a small town in Massachusetts. It's the time of the Vietnam War and there's a lot of people who are just in a state of shock and disbelief about what they've just seen. The residents of the small town, most of whom are under the age of 30, are young women and men who are starting out in their careers. As a result, they don't have much to say or do. They're not all in love with each other or what they're doing. But they're still teenagers. The director is a woman who was part of the group that went to the movie theater to see "Candid Camera." As a result, she got the idea to interview these young women about what they were feeling and thinking about the war. And the result is a wonderful, funny and honest documentary about how the young people of the town were reacting to the war. As a result, the women in the town are giving us a glimpse into their own lives and what they're dealing with. As a result, this documentary is hilarious and moving, because the women in the town are incredibly candid and open about what they're thinking and feeling. The film follows the women as they give interviews, tell stories and discuss the topic. The interviews are all wonderfully funny and well-written. The women give great insight into their personal lives, their feelings about the war and what they're feeling. We learn a lot about their personalities and we get a chance to see the younger generation in a different light. This is a great documentary and I highly recommend it. It's not only funny, it's honest and it's entertaining. I highly recommend it to anyone who's into documentaries

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Lori L.

So many great film makers that I admire were not able to give their work a shot when it was released to the public. For example, Mel Brooks and Steven Spielberg were only able to make their movie the way it was to be. It is hard to give a movie that people who want to watch it get a chance to do so. A good example is John Woo. He is one of the greatest martial arts directors that ever lived. I am really curious as to how his movies will end up for the rest of the audience. In any case, his movies are always original and always have a unique style to them. This is another of his movies that is not unlike what I said earlier. It is a very good movie that I think everyone should see at least once. You will have to be a bit of a fan of his films to understand what is going on. It is not a typical action movie. It is not a typical comedy. It is definitely a great movie. I recommend it to anyone who likes a good movie.

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Robert N.

I watched this film after having already watched "A Tale of Love and Death", which was also directed by Maria Antonieta, so I thought this might be a better choice. I am not a fan of Antonieta's, but I did like this one. It was interesting to see how the film was shot and the dialogue was interesting. I thought that the film did a good job of showing the relationship between the two main characters and their family. It was a good film to see.

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I loved the first documentary, but the second one felt rushed. This one really made sense. I was especially impressed with how they included scenes from two other documentaries that they had both made together, a doc on the Mexican film festival (found footage) and another on the oil industry. Overall, the documentaries have the same feel and feel like one piece. I also loved the conversations they had with other filmmakers. It was interesting to see how different people were working on the same movie and then how different they were working on different films. This is something I have seen and enjoyed in other documentaries and was also impressed with the way they filmed it. I will definitely be seeing this documentary again.

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Fascinating, gripping, and very powerful, if you're in the mood for a documentary. It takes you inside the world of the artist who is one of the greatest living artists in the world. But don't let the title fool you. I was actually thinking about this film for several days afterwards and the true significance of the film came out. For me, it was an incredibly moving experience. The film is very different from other films that have been made about the life and art of Picasso. The film is very direct, it doesn't contain a lot of drama, and it doesn't portray the artist in a way that could give an overly positive impression of him. It is instead very honest, it tells you the truth about Picasso and how he was treated by his peers, the way his family was, and how he had to deal with his illness. It's very insightful and it is also very moving. In the end, it is an incredibly powerful film that you should see.

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Brenda S.

I saw this film in the 70's and loved it, but I have just come back from watching it again and it is still my favourite film of all time. It is a film that goes deep into the dark side of humanity, but it is also a film that shows how we can work together and get what we want. I recommend this film to anyone who loves a good film and is a fan of the works of Salvador Dali.