Gomorah's portrait of a society steeped in crime and corruption.

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Listen Jeff Goldmsith mocking the Academy Motion pictures'Art&Sciences foreign pictures committee having riddled the italian movie  from the best foreign film oscar nominee ." The lamest thing ever he saw during the Award Season this Year".



"Furious and brilliant." - A.O. Scott, New York Times


Unsuprisingly,  Gomorah, an excellent filmed and documented movie picturing the street drug trade and illegal arms trafficking to high-fashion knockoffs and toxic waste carting  won " the Grand Prix" at Cannes.Garrone follows five separate tales of ordinary people in an extraordinarily dysfunctional place. The disparate stories of ambition, compromise, betrayal and deadly retribution coalesce into a scathing portrait of a society steeped in crime and corruption.

A film by Matteo Garrone

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