DVD Review – 1992 – The Complete Season

1992 – The Complete Season Directed by Giuseppe Gagliardi Starring Stefano Accorsi, Guido Caprino, Miriam Leone, Domenico Diele, Tea Falco, Alessandro Roja Synopsis: Follows six people whose lives ...

Me and You | Review

Unhappy Together: Bertolucci’s Muted Return to the Director’s Seat Seemingly against the odds, wheelchair bound Bernardo Bertolucci arrives with his first directorial effort, Me and You, in a decade, ...

Me And You Review

Me and You doesn’t feel like a typical Bernardo Bertolucci film. While some of the themes of his non-epic character dramas is there, what isn’t there are the beautiful vistas, bright colours, and ...

Me & You (Io e Te) Movie Review

Me & You (Io e Te) Movie Review Title: Me & You (Io e Te) Director: Bernardo Bertolucci Starring: Jacopo Olmo Antinori, Tea Falco, Sonia Bergamasco, Veronica Lazar, Tommaso Ragno, Pippo Delbono. When it comes to Bernardo Bertolucci, ...

Bernardo Bertolucci on Returning to the Director’s Chair and Why He’s Excited About the Digital Future

Bernardo Bertolucci on Returning to the Director’s Chair and Why He’s Excited About the Digital Future Bernardo Bertolucci's name conjures up memories of tense dramas involving dark subject matter, philosophical intrigue and political subtext, from "Last Tango in Paris" to "The Conformist" and later ...

Emerging Pictures Announces “Cinema Made in Italy”

Emerging Pictures recently announced “Cinema Made In Italy,” a major new initiative between Istituto Luce- Cinecittà, the Italian Trade Commission and Emerging Pictures that will pro-vide distribution ...

This week's new films

Rebellion | Promised Land | Evil Dead | Olympus Has Fallen | Love Is All You Need | Me And You | F*ck For Forest | Bait | The Words Rebellion (15) (Mathieu Kassovitz, 2011, Fra) Mathieu Kassovitz, ...

Me and You – review

Based on a youth novel by Niccolò Ammaniti, Me and You has warmth and a tell-tale Bertolucci touch, but it's not among his greatest films There's intimacy and immediacy in this movie from the ...

Me And You Movie Review, Trailer, Pictures & News

Introverted loner Lorenzo (Jacopo Olmo Antinori) tells his single mum that he's off on a school skiing trip... when he's actually going to spend the week in his basement listening to The Cure. ...

19th Bradford International Film Festival - Me and You (2012)

Me and You (Italian: Io e te), 2012. Directed by Bernardo Bertolucci. Starring Tea Falco, Jacopo Olmo Antinori, Sonia Bergamasco, Veronica Lazar, Tommaso Ragno, Pippo Delbono. Synopsis: An an ...

Bernardo Bertolucci: believe it's butter

The Italian director opens up about Berlusconi, what really happened on the set of Last Tango in Paris and how he feared he would never work in cinema again Bernardo Bertolucci's electric wheelchair ...

Tiff Capsule Review: 'Me and You'

Tiff Capsule Review: 'Me and You' "Me and You" is the most inessential movie ever directed by the legendary Bernardo Bertolucci. It's also an entirely serviceable coming of age story, capably performed by its two leads and emotionally ...

Cannes Review: Bernardo Bertolucci’s ‘Me and You’ Is A Slight Return From The Veteran Director

Bernardo Bertolucci‘s latest, Me and You, is the director’s first Italian language film for 30 years, seeking to show that the Italian has never lost touch with his ability to translate adolescent ...

'Me and You' Movie Review - 2012 Cannes Film Festival

In the press notes for Me and You (Io e Te) director and co-writer Bernardo Bertolucci says that since coming to terms with the fact he will be confined to a wheelchair for the rest of his life he ...

2012 Cannes Film Festival Preview: Part 1 - Notable Titles

I have scheduled this first part of my Cannes 2012 Preview to publish while I am somewhere over the middle of the United States, on my way to New York where I will connect with a flight heading into ...