Sumary of Prada invites you to review cult movies that reflect on the human being:
- Fellini in the original Italian version shows the actors Bruno Zanin, Pupella Maggio, Armando Brancia, Stefano Proietti portrayed in the Romagna of the Thirties influenced by the typical values of those years, between family environment, folklore and relevant historical events.
- The Discovery One spacecraft sent into space for a top secret mission charges five men accompanied by the HAL 9000 computer, an artificial intelligence programmed to interact with humans but begins to disobey the orders of the commander, generating a conflict between man and machine that endangers the lives of astronauts.
- Cabiria (1914) diby Giovanni PastroneCourtesy Ripley’s Films – Museo del Cinema di Torino The film Cabiria, directed by Giovanni Pastrone and cast with Carolina Catena, Lidia Quaranta, Gina Marangoni, a dip in the ancient From Japan comes the feature film Departures ( Okuribito) directed by Yōjirō Takita, a story that reflects on existence, life and death, through the work of a former cellist who becomes an assistant in the ceremonial preparation of the bodies before cremation.
- The Red Desert (1964) diby Michelangelo AntonioniCourtesy Mediaset RTI Distribution – CSC Cineteca Nazionale Another iconic For those ready to review the 160-minute English original, 2001: A Space Odyssey, always reserves stylistic details that are still current, directed by Stanley Kubrick and played by Keir Dullea, Gary Lockwood, William Sylvester.
- And the film directed by Wim Wenders, Paris Texas (with Harry Dean Stanton, Nastassja Kinski, Dean Stockwell), a story of lost relationships all to be rebuilt, of brotherhood, parent-children, relatives, against the backdrop of the city of Los Angeles.
- The story centers on Lenny Nero, a former cop turned scammer, who earns his living by selling illegal discs called Squids, electronic devices that allow you to experience other people’s memories, reliving someone else’s experiences as if they were your own.
- Also set in LA, Strange Days arrives in video starring Ralph Fiennes, Angela Bassett, Juliette Lewis, Tom Sizemore, directed by Kathryn Bigelow.