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Matteo Garrone’s Gomorrah is a stark, shocking vision of contemporary gangsterdom, and one of cinema’s most authentic depictions of organized crime. In this tour de force adaptation of undercover Italian reporter Roberto Saviano’s best-selling exposé of Naples’ Mafia underworld (known as the Camorra), Garrone links five disparate tales in which men and children are caught up in a corrupt system that extends from the housing projects to the world of haute couture. Filmed with an exquisite detachment interrupted by bursts of violence, Gomorrah is a shattering, socially engaged true-crime story from a major new voice in Italian cinema.
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This is a brutal and chilling look at the everyday lives of lower middle class Neapolitans who become entwined with organized crime. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Robert J. Crawford
This moving is well made, but I found the writing to be lacking. At times it just didn't make sense, and it failed to engage one with the characters very well. Read morePublished 2 months ago by MBenson
Gomorrah is a moving crime film about betrayal and the price of membership in organized crime. It's well-acted, and filled with intense and in many cases, disturbing images about... Read morePublished 3 months ago by B. Adducchio
Gomorrah' is a starkly realistic film that lives and breathes its subject and it shows in every frame. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Potluck Queen
Book is better, not so much a movie but an acted documentaryPublished 6 months ago by G. G. Violante Suarez
Not what I expected but i liked it anyway and enjoyed watching it.Published 6 months ago by Erika Tirado
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New Yorker Video, the U.S. DVD distributor for this film, went out of business a few weeks ago. Most of the New Yorker Video DVDs on the Amazon site now bear the "discontinued by the manufacturer" phrase. This may account for some of the "discontinued by the manufacturer"... Read More
Mar 16, 2009 by already in use | See all 13 posts
No, only english subs are available.
Apr 28, 2010 by turnstile67 | See all 2 posts
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Region 1 = NTSC
Note that Criterion is coming out with Gomorrah in Region 1 (NTSC) and Region A (Blu-ray) releases Nov. 24, 2009 in widescreen format, while the Region 1 DVD out now (from Paragon) is full frame.
Aug 17, 2009 by already in use | See all 2 posts
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yea they overprice foreign films b.c they arent as popular, so they need to make extra money off of the ones who enjoy them. wait a while but dont forget about gomorrah, it's really good.
Oct 20, 2010 by funnygames87 | See all 4 posts