The Hand of God

È stato la mano di Dio

Courtesy of the Venice Film Festival.

VERDICT: Paolo Sorrentino reflects on his Neapolitan youth in an autobiographical film whose first half is replete with signature baroque touches but then loses its way.

Autobiography is a tricky business. It pushes the writer towards self-analysis without any guarantee
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