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'The Stolen Caravaggio' ('Una Storia Senza Nome'): Film Review | Venice 2018

'The Stolen Caravaggio' ('Una Storia Senza Nome'): Film Review | Venice 2018

A Roman screenwriter without inspiration turns to a ghost writer who, in turn, is inspired by a mysterious character who tells her a story about the Sicilian mafia’s involvement in the case of a famous stolen painting in the glossy Italian film The Stolen Caravaggio (Una storia senza nome). It can’t come exactly as a surprise, however, that there are some stories that the mafia would prefer to keep buried, which is the dramatic motor of this peculiar mystery-thriller-drama hybrid. Director Roberto Ando (Long Live Freedom, The Confessions), who is also from Sicily, co-wrote this odd tale, which seems ...

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