by Francesca Serra
Oregon Film Intern from Napoli, Italy
In Italy, the idea of American cinema is tightly connected with Hollywood and sensationalist movies where the hero is always handsome and honest and the audience knows that. By the end of the movie, he will defeat all his enemies who, of course, are ugly and bad.
Why do Italians have this vision of American movies? Because, most of the American movies that arrive in Italy always have the same features: a big international secret, a woman in distress, and a hero that saves her. Continue reading... “An Italian Perspective on American Cinema”