History Film / Novecento

27th Aug '16 8:25:00 AM AllenbysEyes88
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* RasputinianDeath: [[spoiler: Attila. He's pitchforked several times in the chest and still has enough power to stagger halfway across a field.]]

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* RasputinianDeath: [[spoiler: Attila. He's pitchforked several times in the chest and still has enough power to stagger halfway across a field.field...and they still need to shoot him to finish him.]]
25th Aug '16 6:49:12 PM AllenbysEyes88
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* RasputinianDeath: [[spoiler: Attila. He's pitchforked several times in the chest and still has enough power to stagger halfway across a field.]]
22nd Jun '16 9:03:10 AM gewunomox
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An EpicMovie. (The Italian version, which runs for five hours was released in theatres as a Two-Part Diptych. For the American release a shorter version cut by Bertolucci was released but the latest home video features only the longer version.) The film's $6 million budget was supplied by three different sources: $2 million each from Creator/UnitedArtists, Creator/{{Paramount}}, and TwentiethCenturyFox. Even then, it went over-budget by $3 million. Its cast includes Creator/BurtLancaster, Creator/SterlingHayden, Creator/RobertDeNiro, Creator/DonaldSutherland, Creator/GerardDepardieu and Dominque Sanda. It's scored by Creator/EnnioMorricone. Over 12,000 extras were employed.

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An EpicMovie. (The Italian version, which runs for five hours was released in theatres as a Two-Part Diptych. For the American release a shorter version cut by Bertolucci was released but the latest home video features only the longer version.) The film's $6 million budget was supplied by three different sources: $2 million each from Creator/UnitedArtists, Creator/{{Paramount}}, and TwentiethCenturyFox. Even then, it went over-budget by $3 million. Its cast includes Creator/BurtLancaster, Creator/SterlingHayden, Creator/RobertDeNiro, Creator/DonaldSutherland, Creator/GerardDepardieu and Dominque Dominique Sanda. It's scored by Creator/EnnioMorricone. Music/EnnioMorricone. Over 12,000 extras were employed.
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28th May '16 7:02:53 AM Mdumas43073
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An EpicMovie. (The Italian version, which runs for five hours was released in theatres as a Two-Part Diptych. For the American release a shorter version cut by Bertolucci was released but the latest home video features only the longer version.) The film's $6 million budget was supplied by three different sources: $2 million from Creator/UnitedArtists, Creator/{{Paramount}} and TwentiethCenturyFox. Even then, it went over-budget by $3 million. Its cast includes Creator/BurtLancaster, Creator/SterlingHayden, Creator/RobertDeNiro, Creator/DonaldSutherland, Creator/GerardDepardieu and Dominque Sanda. It's scored by Creator/EnnioMorricone. Over 12,000 extras were employed.

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An EpicMovie. (The Italian version, which runs for five hours was released in theatres as a Two-Part Diptych. For the American release a shorter version cut by Bertolucci was released but the latest home video features only the longer version.) The film's $6 million budget was supplied by three different sources: $2 million each from Creator/UnitedArtists, Creator/{{Paramount}} Creator/{{Paramount}}, and TwentiethCenturyFox. Even then, it went over-budget by $3 million. Its cast includes Creator/BurtLancaster, Creator/SterlingHayden, Creator/RobertDeNiro, Creator/DonaldSutherland, Creator/GerardDepardieu and Dominque Sanda. It's scored by Creator/EnnioMorricone. Over 12,000 extras were employed.
28th May '16 7:01:22 AM Mdumas43073
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''1900'' (Italian: ''Novecento'') is Creator/BernardoBertolucci's first EpicMovie (''Film/TheLastEmperor'' is his second). An international co-production financed by Creator/{{Paramount}} and released in 1976.

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''1900'' (Italian: ''Novecento'') is Creator/BernardoBertolucci's first EpicMovie (''Film/TheLastEmperor'' is his second). An international co-production financed by Creator/{{Paramount}} and second), released in 1976.



An EpicMovie (The Italian version which runs for five hours was released in theatres as a Two-Part Diptych. For the American release a shorter version cut by Bertolucci was released but the latest home video features only the longer version). The film's $6 million budget was supplied by three different sources: $2 million from Creator/UnitedArtists, Creator/{{Paramount}} and TwentiethCenturyFox. Even then, it went over-budget by 3 million dollars. Its cast is comprised of Creator/BurtLancaster, Creator/SterlingHayden, Creator/RobertDeNiro, Creator/DonaldSutherland, Creator/GerardDepardieu and Dominque Sanda. It's scored by Creator/EnnioMorricone. Over 12,000 extras were employed.

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An EpicMovie EpicMovie. (The Italian version version, which runs for five hours was released in theatres as a Two-Part Diptych. For the American release a shorter version cut by Bertolucci was released but the latest home video features only the longer version). version.) The film's $6 million budget was supplied by three different sources: $2 million from Creator/UnitedArtists, Creator/{{Paramount}} and TwentiethCenturyFox. Even then, it went over-budget by 3 million dollars. $3 million. Its cast is comprised of includes Creator/BurtLancaster, Creator/SterlingHayden, Creator/RobertDeNiro, Creator/DonaldSutherland, Creator/GerardDepardieu and Dominque Sanda. It's scored by Creator/EnnioMorricone. Over 12,000 extras were employed.






28th May '16 6:57:03 AM Mdumas43073
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''1900'' (Italian: ''Novecento'') is Creator/BernardoBertolucci's first EpicMovie (''Film/TheLastEmperor'' is his second). An international co-production financed by Paramount Studios.

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''1900'' (Italian: ''Novecento'') is Creator/BernardoBertolucci's first EpicMovie (''Film/TheLastEmperor'' is his second). An international co-production financed by Paramount Studios.
Creator/{{Paramount}} and released in 1976.
28th May '16 6:55:04 AM Mdumas43073
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''1900'' (Italian: '''Novecento''') is Creator/BernardoBertolucci's first EpicMovie (''Film/TheLastEmperor'' is his second). An international co-production financed by Paramount Studios.

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''1900'' (Italian: '''Novecento''') ''Novecento'') is Creator/BernardoBertolucci's first EpicMovie (''Film/TheLastEmperor'' is his second). An international co-production financed by Paramount Studios.
28th May '16 6:54:26 AM Mdumas43073
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24th Apr '16 2:39:51 AM JulianLapostat
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''1900'' (Italian: '''Novecento''') is Creator/BernardoBertolucci's first EpicMovie (''Film/TheLastEmperor'' is his second).

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''1900'' (Italian: '''Novecento''') is Creator/BernardoBertolucci's first EpicMovie (''Film/TheLastEmperor'' is his second).
second). An international co-production financed by Paramount Studios.



Boy oh boy, what a movie this is. It runs, in its entire, uncut form; a whopping 317 minutes. The film's $6 million budget was supplied by three different sources: $2 million from Creator/UnitedArtists, Creator/{{Paramount}} and TwentiethCenturyFox. Even then, it went over-budget by 3 million dollars. Its cast is comprised of Creator/BurtLancaster, Creator/SterlingHayden, Creator/RobertDeNiro, Creator/DonaldSutherland, Creator/GerardDepardieu and Dominque Sanda. It's scored by Creator/EnnioMorricone. Over 12,000 extras were employed. Truly, an EpicMovie if there ever was one.

Alas; a combinition of its five hour running time, [[{{Euroshlock}} some explicit violent and sexual scenes (several of which involve prepubescent children)]] and a pro-communist message pretty much doomed the film's commercial viability. Not only that, but Alberto Grimaldi, the film's producer, was contractually obligated to deliver a 195-minute version to Paramount Pictures. Bertolucci originally wanted to release the film in two parts, but Grimaldi refused. He locked Bertolucci out of the editing room and edited it himself. Bertolucci, horrified at Grimaldi's cut, decided to compromise, and made a 255-minute version of his own. It was this cut that received initial international release. And said release was a relatively limited arthouse one. This combination of factors means that, despite all the assets described above, very few people have heard of this film, let alone seen it. In 2006 a DVD was released, containing the full 317 minute version.

A particular note about the title, in English, "Novecento" is often rendered as "1900" but as Bertolucci confirmed in interviews, this is a misunderstanding. In Italian, Novecento means "the nineteen-hundreds" and not the year nineteen-hundred. A better title would be "The 20th Century".

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Boy oh boy, what a movie this is. It runs, An EpicMovie (The Italian version which runs for five hours was released in its entire, uncut form; theatres as a whopping 317 minutes.Two-Part Diptych. For the American release a shorter version cut by Bertolucci was released but the latest home video features only the longer version). The film's $6 million budget was supplied by three different sources: $2 million from Creator/UnitedArtists, Creator/{{Paramount}} and TwentiethCenturyFox. Even then, it went over-budget by 3 million dollars. Its cast is comprised of Creator/BurtLancaster, Creator/SterlingHayden, Creator/RobertDeNiro, Creator/DonaldSutherland, Creator/GerardDepardieu and Dominque Sanda. It's scored by Creator/EnnioMorricone. Over 12,000 extras were employed. Truly, an EpicMovie if there ever was one.\n\nAlas; a combinition of its five hour running time, [[{{Euroshlock}} some explicit violent and sexual scenes (several of which involve prepubescent children)]] and a pro-communist message pretty much doomed the film's commercial viability. Not only that, but Alberto Grimaldi, the film's producer, was contractually obligated to deliver a 195-minute version to Paramount Pictures. Bertolucci originally wanted to release the film in two parts, but Grimaldi refused. He locked Bertolucci out of the editing room and edited it himself. Bertolucci, horrified at Grimaldi's cut, decided to compromise, and made a 255-minute version of his own. It was this cut that received initial international release. And said release was a relatively limited arthouse one. This combination of factors means that, despite all the assets described above, very few people have heard of this film, let alone seen it. In 2006 a DVD was released, containing the full 317 minute version.\n\n

A particular note about the title, in title. In English, "Novecento" is often rendered as literally means "1900" but as Bertolucci confirmed in interviews, this is a misunderstanding. In Italian, Italian dating conventions, Novecento means signifies "the nineteen-hundreds" and not the year nineteen-hundred. A better title more apposite English equivalent would be "The 20th Century".
23rd Apr '16 10:05:43 PM JulianLapostat
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Boy oh boy, what a movie this is. It runs, in its entire, uncut form; a whopping 317 minutes. The film's $6 million budget was supplied by three different sources: $2 million from Creator/UnitedArtists, Creator/{{Paramount}} and TwentiethCenturyFox. Even then, it went over-budget by 3 million dollars. Its cast is comprised of Burt Lancaster, Sterling Hayden, RobertDeNiro, Donald Sutherland, Gerard Depardieu and Dominque Sanda. It's scored by Ennio Morricone. Over 12,000 extras were employed. Truly, an EpicMovie if there ever was one.

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Boy oh boy, what a movie this is. It runs, in its entire, uncut form; a whopping 317 minutes. The film's $6 million budget was supplied by three different sources: $2 million from Creator/UnitedArtists, Creator/{{Paramount}} and TwentiethCenturyFox. Even then, it went over-budget by 3 million dollars. Its cast is comprised of Burt Lancaster, Sterling Hayden, RobertDeNiro, Donald Sutherland, Gerard Depardieu Creator/BurtLancaster, Creator/SterlingHayden, Creator/RobertDeNiro, Creator/DonaldSutherland, Creator/GerardDepardieu and Dominque Sanda. It's scored by Ennio Morricone.Creator/EnnioMorricone. Over 12,000 extras were employed. Truly, an EpicMovie if there ever was one.
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