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Edoardo de Angelis' Indivisible

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The Spirit of Ferreri Found in Edoardo de Angelis’ Indivisible (2016) | Blu-ray Review

The Spirit of Ferreri Found in Edoardo de Angelis’ Indivisible (2016) | Blu-ray Review

Italian director Edoardo de Angelis received stateside distribution with this third title, the Siamese twin melodrama Indivisible, which picked up a couple of awards after premiering at the 2016 Venice Film Festival. Receiving a limited theatrical release exactly a year late in 2017 (opening only in New York), de Angelis conjures the spirit of Marco Ferreri in his latest. From our review out of the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival, it’s “comparable to classic Fellini titles or newer works from Jodorowsky examining nostalgic and bizarre portraits from their youth, de Angelis takes a more sobering approach, grounding the extraordinary in less sensational tones.”

Disc Review:

Kino Lorber releases Indivisible in 2.35:1 with 5.1 Surround. Picture and audio are serviceable in this initial transfer, which includes a twenty-six-minute Making-of documentary featuring cast and crew.

Film Review: ★★★/☆☆☆☆☆
Disc Review: ★★★/☆☆☆☆☆

Los Angeles based Nicholas Bell is's Chief Film Critic and covers film festivals such as Sundance, Berlin, Cannes and TIFF. He is part of the critic groups on Rotten Tomatoes, The Los Angeles Film Critics Association (LAFCA), the Online Film Critics Society (OFCS) and GALECA. His top 3 for 2021: France (Bruno Dumont), Passing (Rebecca Hall) and Nightmare Alley (Guillermo Del Toro). He was a jury member at the 2019 Cleveland International Film Festival.

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