Last Great Movie I Watched

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January 24, 2007


H. Stewart

(spoiler alert?):

It may come CLOSE to criticizing cosmopolitanism, but ultimately it embraces and celebrates modern life over country living. After all, Alberto is a nice family man when in Milan, and after a trip to Sicily becomes a murderer and a criminal. It's like someone leaving New York to find their Midwest hometown riddled with school shootings and lynchings of homosexuals.

Long live the cities.

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