This fast-paced, imaginatively compiled "unauthorized biography" of the former Italian Prime Minister features solely words spoken by Berlusconi in interviews, rallies, and public ...
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This fast-paced, imaginatively compiled "unauthorized biography" of the former Italian Prime Minister features solely words spoken by Berlusconi in interviews, rallies, and public statements. It relates the story of an icon, a living symbol of Italy, seemingly influencing every major development in Italy, spreading his inimitable self-confidence and optimism to those in need of a guiding hand.
As the tagline of the film anticipates, "Unauthorized Autobiography about Silvio Berlusconi ", one would expect a much biographical film as the names of the writers (Stella and Rizzo, author of the famous book "The Caste" and journalists of the "Corriere della Sera") suggest. Instead, "Silvio Forever" part with biographical notes of adolescence and childhood of the character with lots of news and interesting curiosity, but declines due to report and to see "gag" (unfortunately actually made by Berlusconi) and other anecdotes you may very well look on Youtube and who is informed about the character already knows. I was expecting a cut more biographical, what that this film is not so satisfactory, though it is certainly smooth and enjoyable for those who want to get an idea about the man who is Silvio Berlusconi. Too bad the movie is released before his res judicata and does not mention all the legal troubles of the subject.
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