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Fresh-faced and naive, 17-year-old Bennie (Alden Ehrenreich) arrives in Buenos Aires to search for his older brother who has been missing for more than a decade. The family had emigrated from Italy to Argentina, but with the great musical success of their father Carlo (Klaus Maria Brandauer), an acclaimed symphony conductor, the family moved from Argentina to New York. When Bennie finds his brother, the volatile and melancholy poet Tetro (Vincent Gallo), he is not at all what Bennie expected. In the course of staying with Tetro and his girlfriend Miranda (Maribel Verd), Bennie grapples with his brother and the haunting experiences of their shared past in this widely acclaimed film by legendary director Francis Ford Coppola.
Stills from Tetro (Click for larger image)
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To that, the film for a good two thirds bubbles along with a type of bohemian gypsy urban passion to it’s flow before it shifts it’s balance to it’s more metaphorical and literal dramas in their culminations.
The movie is the type that touches upon a lot of vignettes, both literal and metaphorical, that while never fully elaborated upon, have the feeling of their story touched upon within the film.
The world of Tetro has quite a bubbly and volatile unpredictable passion about it, and the actress role of Maribel Verdu ( I think it was), was an attractive fit to that.
The dvd has some good extras, and it’s uninterrupted Fausta skit is particularly fun.
I would highly recommend this movie