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'''Capolavoro''' is a noir [[Movies in GTA V|film]] showing at [[The Oriental Theatre]] in [[Los Santos in GTA V|Los Santos]] in [[Grand Theft Auto V]]. The film is about a Spanish-speaking man called Antonio who suddenly starts hearing a female voice speaking to him in French. The film is subtitled in English and the characters speak French, Spanish and Italian.
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'''Capolavoro''' is a film in the [[HD Universe]] directed by [[Emanuelle Pasorelli]] and released in [[1964]] by [[European Art Haus]]. The film continues to play at [[The Oriental Theatre]] in [[Los Santos in GTA V|Los Santos]] in [[2013]].
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==Plot==
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The film features a [[Spain|Spanish]] speaking married man, [[Antonio (GTA V)|Antonioi]], whose wife nags him. Antonio, dealing with his role in his friend [[Luigi (GTA V)|Luigi's]] death, begins hearing the voice of a woman speaking in [[France|French]] resulting in him become increasingly 'mad'. The film ends with a ladder, which 'symbolizes something'.
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==Classicvinewood's description==
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{{quote|Directed by Emanuelle Pasorelli, this arthouse film makes little sense. A man, who may or may not be a thief, with a nagging wife hears a beautiful woman in his head, and both conspire to make him go mad as he lives in anguish over his role in his friend Luigi's death. Actors' mouths rarely move, yet we hear their voice, a technique the director used in several films. The ladder in the end symbolizes something, we aren't sure what.}}
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==Trivia==
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*The film features actors and actress whose 'mouths rarely move' but are heard speaking French, Italian and Spanish. The film features English subtitles.
  
 
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Revision as of 17:43, 20 January 2014

Capolavoro is a film in the HD Universe directed by Emanuelle Pasorelli and released in 1964 by European Art Haus. The film continues to play at The Oriental Theatre in Los Santos in 2013.

Plot

The film features a Spanish speaking married man, Antonioi, whose wife nags him. Antonio, dealing with his role in his friend Luigi's death, begins hearing the voice of a woman speaking in French resulting in him become increasingly 'mad'. The film ends with a ladder, which 'symbolizes something'.

Classicvinewood's description

Directed by Emanuelle Pasorelli, this arthouse film makes little sense. A man, who may or may not be a thief, with a nagging wife hears a beautiful woman in his head, and both conspire to make him go mad as he lives in anguish over his role in his friend Luigi's death. Actors' mouths rarely move, yet we hear their voice, a technique the director used in several films. The ladder in the end symbolizes something, we aren't sure what.


Trivia

  • The film features actors and actress whose 'mouths rarely move' but are heard speaking French, Italian and Spanish. The film features English subtitles.