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Scorsese's four-hour-plus survey should come with a college credit for film history. He examines the major films but also spends time on films that may be hard to find on home video (at least at this time): Rossellini's six-part Paisan, a heart-breaking look at the last days of the war; De Sica's episodic The Gold of Naples; Fellini's atypical I Vitelloni, which was a major influence on Scorsese's own Mean Streets; Antonioni's Eclipse with its radical ending; and Rossellini's Voyage to Italy, an examination of a marriage that failed worldwide as a film but was a touchstone for the French New Wave movement. The final results are not as accessible as Personal Journey but, at worst, a viewer will have working knowledge of more than 20 Italian films (and be able to cheat their way through a discussion). At best, these are four hours that will end too soon and leave you hungry to view these films that have fueled Scorsese's cinematic vision. --Doug Thomas
This is an excellent documentary for anyone that is a film buff and a lover of foreign films.
He shows you pictures of Italians in America from film and documentaries he saw in America and pictures of his own parents, uncles, grandparents,their lives,rituals.
The directors and films Scorsese discusses are stung together in a way that entices your interest in Italian movies.
This is the history of Italian film especially for people who don't appreciate film history class or old Italian filmmakers, that's me. Read morePublished 1 month ago by hazelflagg
This documentary, made by Martin Scorsese, features clips from many Italian films that had a big impact on American cinema. Read morePublished 20 months ago by G. Rogers
This superb documentary by a master filmmaker is unfortunately out of print, but the full film is available at youtube (link in the Comment. Read morePublished on August 9, 2012 by Y.P.
As a first-generation Italian growing up in Toronto, I share many of the experiences that Martin Scorsese highlights in this film about his own childhood growing up as an... Read morePublished on June 14, 2012 by D. Saverino
Apparently My Journey to Italy is now out of print.
I paid $15.00 for this about a year ago.
The list price then might have been, say, around $25.00. Read more
My Voyage to Italy brings us on a personal journey with Martin Scorsese. Scorsese was influenced by his parents and grandparents in a subtle way that shaped the way he viewed... Read morePublished on October 31, 2011 by Richard Brzostek
Scorsese provides a useful guide to his American-Italian family's native background. He tells you how as a young man growing up he discovered a lot of these films on TV,then as he... Read morePublished on October 5, 2011 by technoguy
In "My Voyage to Italy", Martin Scorsese guided viewers through a reality that is rarely shown in this century in the movies that are rained down upon us from Hollywood. Read morePublished on September 29, 2011 by Linda Stevens