The Price of Crime (2014)

  |  Biography, Crime, Drama


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The rise and fall of a Camorra clan in Naples, told through the eyes of a crime boss and his family. Thirty years of a man's life, thirty years in the history of one of the most beautiful and controversial cities on Earth: Naples.


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11 September 2020 | searchanddestroy-1
One more mafia tale made in.....Italy of course.
Not only Marty Scorcese knows how to tell a mafia story, with old scores, in the pure biopic modern style. Remember Damiano Damiani or Pascale Squieteri, awesome Italian directors from the sixties and seventies, and I don't even speak of Francesco Rosi. The three masters of the mafia movies, the most true and authentic ones, not the euro crime genre, with brutality, blood thirsty killers - and macho men beating women every two minutes - galore. Poliziottesco films for the huge and mindless audiences; I don't speak about these films. No, the one I am talking about today seems to remain unfortunately obscure, that's a shame because it is very efficient, sharp, effectively acted and directed. And, I affirm that the italian made pasta are the best on earth, and the same with mafia movies. You have some garbage from time to time, I admit, but this little film doesn't belong to this category. I would put it nearly on the same scale as GOMORRA, the movie, made in 2008.

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Genres

Biography | Crime | Drama

Details

Release Date:

11 February 2016

Language

Neapolitan, Italian


Country of Origin

Italy

Filming Locations

Naples, Campania, Italy

Box Office

Budget:

EUR2,000,000 (estimated)

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$79,088

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