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Source:  The Film Stage

Several years after their acclaimed documentary “Marwencol,” filmmakers Jeff Malmberg and Chris Shellen have released their latest film, “Spettacolo.”

Like their breakout work, “Spettacolo” considers the strange lengths people will go to make art a part of their life, even (or especially) if these connections are formed by trauma — though the subject this time around is far more idyllic and scenic, set as it is in a corner of Tuscany that often represents a Food Network or Travel Channel shooting spot than location for theater-as-psychoanalysis.

Read the story at The Film Stage.

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