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In this magnificently inscrutable late-sixties masterpiece, Marco Ferreri, one of European cinema’s most idiosyncratic auteurs, takes us through the looking glass to one seemingly routine night in the life of an Italian gas mask designer, played, in a tour de force performance, by New Wave icon Michel Piccoli. In his claustrophobic, mod home, he pampers his pill-popping wife, seduces his maid, and uncovers a gun that may have once been owned by John Dillinger—and then things get even stranger. A surreal political missive about social malaise, Dillinger is Dead finds absurdity in the mundane. It is a singular experience, both illogical and grandly existential.
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Stop calling this kind of movie a masterpiece.....Another artsy- fartsy movie yes !!! Somewhat interesting for the way it was filmed, and for the lighting ,but not a memorable... Read morePublished 8 months ago by EXFAN
Criterion hit the mark again. We follow a man who can cook, who goes to a daily existence of a job and returns home and watches TV, cooks and goes to bed. Read morePublished on May 9, 2010 by Michael A. Lilly