The Five Days
- Original title
Le cinque giornate
- Running time
- 122 min.
Dario Argento, Nanni Balestrini, Luigi Cozzi, Enzo Ungari
Adriano Celentano, Enzo Cerusico, Marilú Toló, Luisa De Santis, Glauco Onorato, Carla Tatò, Sergio Graziani, Salvatore Baccaro, Tom Felleghy, Loredana Martínez, Ivana Monti
Comedy. Drama | Historical. 19th Century
- Synopsis / Plot
- This bloody and comical look at the 1848 Italian revolution was director Dario Argento's only foray outside the horror-thriller genres. Adriano Celentano wanders Milan with a goofy baker and witnesses the growing corruption and horror that turns a just cause into senseless violence, rape, and mayhem. The script, co-written by Luigi Cozzi, isn't very funny -- the most amusing part of the film involves a squashed rat in a guy's mouth -- and proved to Argento that comedy was not his forte. Fans of the director will find it worthwhile, but the script is so insular that non-Italians are likely to find most of it uninvolving.
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