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Re: “In outrageous doc The Dog, the real-life robber behind Dog Day Afternoon out-Pacinos Pacino

A linear scenario devoid of spectacular twists situation, but exceptionally well written and without the elements that make a film a commercial (the film won, moreover, the Oscar for best original screenplay). Al Pacino plays not only the main character, but really the only character: lead single movie from beginning to end, and all the other characters seem to exist only to put the movie is worth it just credible and represents a "radiography "highly plausible of a robbery. Not intended to be comedy, but it has a few moments where you can not stop laughing - "I had a plan! I had a plan "or" Attica! Attica, "the latter highlighting the way Sonny and establishes a relationship with the crowd gathered in front booby bank. From villain, bisexual offender until we finally Sonny becomes sympathetic - especially because this interpretation Pacino, who shone in every part of the "bad boy" has played. In conclusion - excellent film both in terms of the script, and (especially) the interpretation of Pacino, who is a real lesson in acting. Chapeau bas, Master!

Posted by Elena Chera on 08/19/2014 at 11:21 AM

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