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|Country of Origin:||Italy, France|
|Year of Release:||2014|
|Screenwriter:||Asia Argento, Barbara Alberti|
|Actors:||Anna Lou Kastoldi, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Gabriel Garko, Max Gazza, Alice Pia, Justin Pearson, Carolina Pochchioni, Julia Salerno, Gianmarco Tognazzi|
The drama of growing up. Aria - a cool girl who knows how to make friends and to dress stylishly, but it is terribly lonely: star with scandal parents divorced, half-sister is also not up to it, and the evil classmates jealous and intrigues. My favorite black cat Aria goes to float freely on the Italian streets, where there will be bohemian parties, punk, and music by Brian Molko and Justin Pearson. The film "Understand Me If You Can" was first shown at the Cannes Film Festival in 2014. Here you can download Incompresa in HD free full Movie.
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Teenage trip into the unknown, quite unexpectedly shot became sentimental Asia Argento. Rome - Open City. Especially for the 11-year-old Arias (Julia Salerno), which was tired of her family battles stellar artistic parents (Charlotte Gainsbourg and Gabriel Garko). Against the background of loud divorce ancestors, mindless winding it to one parent, then another, and a total lack of understanding of adolescent loneliness Aria escapes from the house and in the company of his beloved black cat immersed in the multifaceted life of the big city. A lover of outrageous, known skandalistka, daughter of the famous master of the horror genre, Asia Argento from childhood been psychopathic practices of his father. The first major role in a fatherly "Trauma" (1993) demonstrated a rather strange relationship between parent and daughter. "Stendhal Syndrome" - Dario Argento outstanding film, shot in 1996, and at all raises questions about the moral code of this strange little family. Embodying in its name is not the eastern restraint and true twilight of Europe, she excelled on the world stage, not only in the movies, but also in the musical and literary genre. Her first directorial film "Scarlet Diva" demonstrated a very personal quest copyrights, rather than shades of "purple crimson," which before its appearance was cultivated mossy musical orthodoxy. In "Do not get me if you can" Asia again resorted to receive autobiographical, but softens its traditional Italian comedy chips. In fact, it's the equivalent of today's "400 Blows" Francois Truffaut, only removed from the position of our time, and therefore much less gloomy. But Asia would not be a, if not the story clothed in eccentric wrap teenage rebellion. The combination of old-fashioned Italian cinema of the past, early baroque style Carax and pressing problems of today's young gives a very interesting result. In the protracted crisis of European cinema is valid only in the festival format, "Understand Me If You Can" occupies a special niche. And it may be interesting, finally, to the general public.