Thursday, February 18, 2021

MICHELANGELO BUONARROTI IS AN ARTIST IN A STRUGGLE IN ANDREI KONCHALOVSKY'S HISTORICAL MOVIE DRAMA 'SIN' ARRIVING TO CINEMAS THIS WEEK

   SIN MOVIE TRAILER  
ON FAMOUS MICHELANGELO
Continuing our week of international projects, today we have a trailer for historical drama from famous Andrei Konchalovsky SIN a movie on legendary painter Michelangelo which has already played in Europe but is
The movie is out February 19th
arriving to USA cinemas February 19th. Alberto Testone leads the  the film which depicts the life of Michelangelo Buonarroti. It is interesting that Vladimir Putin gifted Pope Francis an early cut of the film in the summer of 201. 
Florence early XVI century. Although widely considered a genius by his contempo- raries, Michelangelo Buonarroti (Alberto Testone) is reduced to poverty and depleted by his struggle to finish the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel. When his commissioner and head of the Della Rovere nobility Pope Julius II dies, Michelangelo becomes obsessed with sourcing the finest marble to complete his tomb. The artist's
All the sets and costumes were made from materials authentic to Renaissance
loyalty is tested when Leo X, of the rival Medici family, ascends to the papacy and charges him with a lucrative new commission - the façade of the San Lorenzo basilica. Forced to lie to maintain favour with both families, Michelangelo is progressively tormented by suspicion and hallucinations,
Andrei Konchalovsky spent more than eight years working on the film
leading him to ruthlessly examine his own moral and artistic failings. Written and directed by Andrei Konchalovsky, Il Peccato (Sin) is a gripping reflection on the agony and ecstasy of individual greatness, and the profound humanity behind the legend of the Renaissance.

8 comments:

  1. My watch-list for 2021 is growing longer and longer :-)) Thanks for sharing, Dez, and have a great day!

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  2. One day I will get to Italy and see his work first hand! How far you actually from Italy? Can you go there and send us some videos? :)

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    1. Not far, they're just across the Adriatic sea, we often have bus tours which circle around Austria, Italy, Monaco and Spain, but I've never had the time nor someone to go with.

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  3. very good trailer...
    thank you for sharing

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  4. I believe he has a piece of work located in the Louvre, but since they closed early we didn't get to see it. I'd for sure love to go to Italy and see his work first hand as well.

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    1. They even used the rock for the sets from the quarry he used too back in the days.

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