#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – “Gomorra” is a contemporary Neapolitan mob drama that exposes Italy’s criminal underbelly by telling five stories of individuals who think they can make their own compact with Camorra, the area’s Mafia.
Plot: An inside look at Italy’s modern-day crime families, the Camorra in Naples and Caserta. Based on a book by Roberto Saviano. Power, money and blood: these are the “values” that the residents of the Province of Naples and Caserta have to face every day. They hardly ever have a choice and are forced to obey the rules of the Camorra. Only a lucky few can even think of leading a normal life.
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because, at the first sigh, nothing could be new. after many films about gangsters, crimes, South Italy, for the viewer must be clear the entire story. Gomorrah is an exception. for many reasons. first, because it is a real admirable work. then, because it is more than a story about murder and victims but a precise perspective about a large and complex mechanism. not the last, because it is the portrait of society as a collection of masks, sides and silences. and this does it more a support for reflection than entertainment in ordinary sense. the exploration of a huge labyrinth. in the middle of spider web.
A Nutshell Review: Gomorrah
A Cannes prize winner, the film weaves a complex look at the activities of the Camorra, a crime syndicate that had the book author Roberto Saviano put under police protective custody for his expose on their activities, which range from drugs to dealing in toxic wastes, and their extensive money laundering activities which the closing credits stated their involvement in financing the new World Trade Centre in New York.
It’s a gritty, unflinching look at the crime activities a modern day Italian crime family undertakes day to day, and the community that it both supports, and taps from. From the get go we’re thrust into an environment where the gun is the leveller in settling disputes, and disputes which we do not have much detail of, only that scores of hit men get engaged to permanently dispatch enemies. The introductory scene in the artificial tanning room will make you sit up for its mindless violence.
Presented in an episodic form with the focus on a myriad of one-function characters, such as a boy making his rounds to delivery groceries to family members of those incarcerated. But amongst the characters, the ones to stand out, in my opinion, happen to be from the point of view of two teenagers (who adorn the posters), for that sheer attitude that they consider themselves a cut above the world, like frogs in the well thinking that the world is not limitless, and being youths, think they have plenty of opportunity ahead of time, and hence with a lot of time to waste. They mock at the crime lords, not knowing what’s in it for them, with false bravado fueled only by the cache of arms which they stumble upon.
It’s somewhat hilarious as well, given that they are fans of Scarface, and can recite lines and mimic Al Pacino’s mannerisms from that movie, thinking that it is all there is to it should they want to survive in the underworld, coupled with the usual wounded pride and ego in wanting to challenge the established crime family. They do seem extremely clueless of the kind of trouble they’re getting themselves into, especially when trouble comes looking for them at a time when they’re most vulnerable. Caught with their pants down literally, and while comical, it just goes to show that patience is all that it takes in order to strike effectively.
Gamorrah is a very bleak film, devoid of much hope, and there are some scenes especially toward the end which could be quite disturbing and unsettling. But I guess violence begets more violence, and it’s difficult to try and break out of the circle when you’re essentially entrenched into the system.
Original Language it
Runtime 2 hr 17 min (137 min), 2 hr 5 min (125 min) (2020 recut)
Rated Not Rated
Genre Crime, Drama
Director Matteo Garrone
Writer Roberto Saviano, Maurizio Braucci, Ugo Chiti
Actors Gianfelice Imparato, Salvatore Abbruzzese, Toni Servillo
Country Italy, Belgium
Awards 34 wins & 42 nominations total
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
Camera Arricam LT, Zeiss Ultra Prime Lenses
Laboratory Technicolor S.p.a., Roma, Italy
Film Length 3,680 m (35 mm)
Negative Format 35 mm (Kodak Vision3 500T 5219)
Cinematographic Process Super 35
Printed Film Format 35 mm (anamorphic) (Kodak Vision Premier 2393)