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Maurizio Cattelan: Be Right Back

Maurizio Cattelan: Be Right Back is a movie starring Francesco Bonami, Maurizio Cattelan, and Massimiliano Gioni. An art world upstart, provocative and elusive artist Maurizio Cattelan made his career on playful and subversive works...

Running Time
1 hours 35 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Maura Axelrod
Actors
Maurizio Cattelan, Francesco Bonami, Massimiliano Gioni, Rosemary Melene
Country
USA
Year
2016
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

An art world upstart, provocative and elusive artist Maurizio Cattelan made his career on playful and subversive works that send up the artistic establishment, until a retrospective at the Guggenheim in 2011 finally solidified his place in the contemporary art canon. Axelrod's equally playful profile leaves no stone unturned in trying to figure out: who is Maurizio Cattelan?

Comments about documentary «Maurizio Cattelan: Be Right Back» (25)

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John

I saw this documentary on "The Rachel Carson Story" at the Denver International Film Festival and I was surprised to learn that it was also shown in Los Angeles. The director and writer, David Schmid, also co-directed the film with Charles Cunningham, and I think it was very well done. It shows the "Reefer Madness" movement of the 1960s, the time of the California campaign against marijuana. It also shows the anti-drug legislation and prosecution of the John Lennon case. It also shows the anti-marijuana activists and their influence on the film industry. It shows the involvement of Hollywood, and the high profile contributions that were made by John Lennon. It also shows the influence of the Hollywood elite on the film industry, and how they were able to influence the public. There were many examples of that in this documentary. The film is a good look at how this movement affected American society, and the public. I also think it was very well made, and I liked it. I would recommend it to anyone interested in the subject.

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Lisa M.

I've been following the work of Maurizio Cattelan for a long time. I was one of the first to be introduced to his work and it's amazing to see how much of his work he's put into it. The more I've read about his work, the more I've come to admire his work. I've been inspired by his work to make my own documentary and, unfortunately, I've been unable to find it. I don't know how much it was shown, but it was never available to purchase. Now, after watching this documentary, I'm very excited to share this with others. I've been searching for this documentary for a long time. I hope this documentary will be available for purchase. It's an amazing documentary and I encourage anyone to watch it.

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Joseph R.

This is a must see documentary. I was expecting the usual one-sided anti-war film but was pleasantly surprised by the "deceptive" way it was presented. It is a remarkable and insightful film and it should be shown at every school and college in the US. I am amazed that there are people who don't know what the Vietnam War was all about. It was an ugly war that left a generation of young men scarred for life. I think that this film will help to bring more awareness to the war and it will help to shed light on what was going on. If you want to know what it was like to be a teenager in Vietnam, then see this film.

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Anthony

I found this documentary to be very well-made and thought-provoking. It is also extremely relevant, as it is the current situation in the world today. There are a few things I would have done differently, though. First, I would have been more "right-leaning", as I am a Libertarian. I am also very conservative in my political views, and I would have been more focused on the message of the film. Second, I would have added a more in-depth discussion of the current state of the United States, and the current political issues it has been facing. The message of the film is not meant to be an alarmist piece. It is meant to be a commentary on current events, and the current state of the world. I would have also made the film shorter, as it would have been too long. I think it is an excellent documentary that is worth watching, and one that I will purchase.

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Jesse

The interview with Maurizio Cattelan is a must-see for anyone who cares about the future of Italy and the Eurozone. He is a great example of a man who was willing to do whatever it took to get the answers he wanted. His courage and his ability to explain the complex issues facing the Eurozone to the people of Italy, Greece and Portugal was absolutely admirable. The interview with Mario Monti is also very inspiring, as he explains why Italy should not pay any interest to the European Central Bank, and why he wants the ECB to stay out of the Eurozone. This is a must-see documentary for anyone who cares about the future of the Eurozone. I can't recommend it enough.

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Ralph Little

A thought-provoking, hard hitting and revealing documentary that brings to light the crimes and consequences of the illegal trade in human organs. Using the testimony of ex-partners and the actions of their current associates, Cattelan's film pulls no punches in its condemnation of the trade. Its portrayal of a world of greed and deceit is chilling and unforgiving. The film is a compelling and compelling experience. It is also a wonderful work of art. The footage, the interviews, the interviews, the interviews. The film is well put together and as it progresses the viewer feels as though they are being taken on a journey. The film is well-crafted and it's hard not to be moved by the images, the feelings, and the stories of the victims of the trade. The film also tackles the question of what exactly is the point of all of this. There are several points of view and the answer to that question is never as clear as the film presents it to be. The film is also a warning that people are being taken advantage of and that the film will never be able to get around. The film's theme is clear, the film is well-made and well-directed and the film is a must-see. I give this film a 9 out of 10 and I think it deserves much more. The film is a must-see and it's a must-watch.

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Rachel M.

I have seen this documentary many times, and I would recommend it to anyone who has any interest in the "Italian mafia". There are lots of beautiful, and sometimes funny, scenes. I saw this documentary on TV in the late 80's and loved it so much, I gave it to my wife and she has seen it too. We all laugh and love the documentary, so I think it would be a good choice for a movie night. I hope this is the last time I see this documentary. If you are a fan of the mafia, you will enjoy this documentary.

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Judith Pierce

I have seen the film and I agree with the other reviewers. I would recommend this film to anyone who wants to know more about the real life of a Mafia family. It is a must see film.

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Patricia

This is a rare film that is truly entertaining. I am a big fan of Cattelan, but I have to say that he really is the best actor in the world. He is so good and I think he is a very underrated actor. He is able to play the role of the everyday man very well. The movie is well shot and edited. The movie is very good. I liked it. It was a very good movie.

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Roy

This is a must see documentary. The only reason I didn't give it 10 is because it's only about an hour long. It's more like a documentary than a film. It's a real good documentary and you'll never forget it. The only thing I didn't like is that it was a little bit too long. I thought it would be a little bit shorter and it would have been more interesting. The whole thing is very good. It's a great movie.

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Jacqueline Powell

I saw this documentary on PBS a few years ago. I thought it was great, but it has been so long since I saw it. I finally got around to watching it again recently, and I have to say that I was a little disappointed. It seems to me that the majority of the audience who watched the film seemed to be more interested in the drama than in the story. The documentary was great, but I think it could have been better. I think it would have been better if it had been done on the internet. I don't think that it was the best documentary that I have ever seen, but it was a good documentary. I am glad that I watched it, because I was glad to see that I was not alone. I am not going to give any spoilers, but I think that if you want to see a great documentary, then watch this one.

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Melissa Vargas

This is the story of a strange situation in which an Italian immigrant was convicted in the US for the murder of a US woman. The entire film is about the trial, and the aftermath. There is no story of the actual case. It is all about the actions of the judge and the prosecutors, and their influence on the jury. The film has many short segments, so I won't waste time talking about them. Just watch it. It is well worth your time.

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Frances White

This is one of the best documentaries I have ever seen. It is a must see. The story of the Italian movie industry, the rise of the Sci-Fi industry and the end of the Golden Age of Italian Cinema. It's a must see for everyone. The director and the producer of the film are both fantastic. They are a true treasure of Italian Cinema.

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William Dean

A fascinating, fascinating and engrossing documentary about the influence of the Beatles on the culture of the mid-seventies and how they affected the way people thought. I found it quite difficult to watch the movie. It was like watching a well-made play on a stage, with lots of lighting, music and costumes. I think that this movie is about the Beatles, their music and how they have influenced people's lives and the way they think. I think that if you are into music or if you like Beatles music, you will enjoy this movie.

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Marie M.

I've seen this documentary before, but I only recently caught it on TV. It's a fantastic documentary about the so-called "war on terror" and the supposedly escalating tensions between the US and Russia. However, I felt like I learned a lot more about the USSR in the past 10 years. The documentary covers the years 1989-1991. It doesn't take a lot of time to get to the point. The documentary starts off with the collapse of the Soviet Union and the ensuing military hysteria. From this point on, the documentary delves into the current situation in Afghanistan and Iraq. The US and Russia's war on terror is still going on, and the US has become the global superpower. I found the documentary fascinating and a must-see. The documentary is well-made and does a great job of presenting the situation in the US and Russia. The documentary is a must-see.

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Patrick D.

Cattelan's documentary is an outstanding and informative account of his life and career. It is one of the best documentaries I've ever seen. It is funny and touching at the same time. It is a must-see. I highly recommend it. I was just looking for a film to watch and I came across this one and it was just a good movie.

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Richard O.

I have never seen a documentary that was so well done. I'm a bit skeptical of documentaries, but this one was so well done, I was convinced it was a documentary. It's also an interesting look at the world of international relations and human rights. It's interesting to see how the people who are living in the United States, Europe, and Asia can be so different from one another. I was particularly interested in seeing how the United States is portrayed in the documentary, and how the United States is portrayed in the media. I also learned that the United States government is heavily influenced by the United Nations. I found the documentary to be very interesting. It's a great documentary and I would recommend it to anyone.

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Pamela P.

Caught up in a series of films about the life of legendary Italian composer, Ennio Morricone, I caught up with his life a few years back in his home town of Siena, and had the privilege of interviewing him and his wife, Enzo Cattelan, about his life and his work. The interview is very revealing and enlightening, and well worth a watch. Here's the TL;DR version: Morricone is one of the most fascinating and enigmatic people to ever come out of the 70's. The films that are being made about him are fascinating, as well as interesting to watch. I was curious to see how this man would be portrayed in these films, and what his life was like. His life is so fascinating, and his work is so unique. This documentary is very enlightening, and it is the type of film that should be viewed by anyone interested in Morricone, or Italian cinema in general.

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Walter

Being a German, I'm always interested in what the German public thinks of their country, so I was looking forward to this movie. It was really interesting to see what the people thought about their country, their government, their religion and what the Germans did in the time of the Second World War. The movie is not all about the war, but the war was the main focus of the movie. One thing that I liked about this movie is that it was filmed in the city of Bonn, which I also like. It is interesting to see what the city was like in the past, especially since it was a city that was fighting against the Nazis. One thing that I found strange was the whole thing with the Chinese restaurant, because it was like they were waiting for something to happen, but nothing did. It was like the restaurant was like a waiting room for something. I guess that the movie is not all about the war, but it is more about what the people think of their country, and what the government did in the time of the Second World War. I would recommend this movie to anyone, especially if you are interested in history.

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Dorothy

I just saw this film in Sydney and was pleasantly surprised. The film was very well made and very well told. I was so impressed with the way it was presented. It was very realistic and I was surprised that the director had not made any overt political statements in the film. I would recommend this film to anyone who is interested in the Vietnam war, war films or history. The film was well worth watching.

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Ryan

My only regret is that I didn't see this documentary at the festival of the film "Be Right Back" at the beginning of the year. I'm so glad I saw it, and I hope others do as well. I'm a big fan of the film and I hope to see it again, but I also hope to see it again in the future. I saw it on the opening night of the festival in New York City and I saw it again on the opening night of the festival in London. It is a very personal story, but it is a very important story. It is not only about the physical abuse and the psychological abuse of the mother and the father. It is about the injustice and the injustice of the world. It is a story of a mother and a father who are not allowed to speak to each other. I want to thank the director of the film for being willing to make such a film, and I hope others will see it as well. Thank you very much.

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Matthew Perkins

One of the things that made the previous documentaries of war and peace especially interesting was that they made you question your own position and your own motives. This documentary does the same thing. The filmmaker does not preach, nor does he explain, but simply shows how people view the world and the way they want it to be. You don't have to be a pacifist or a pacifist-in-arms to understand the impact of war on people's lives. The film does a good job of conveying the impact that war has on the mind and body of the people who have been there and done that. If you want to know more, you should check out some of the other documentaries of the same type.

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Thomas Morales

This is a great movie that I would recommend to anyone. It is really sad to see the current state of the world and how we have to live our lives and live them with so many people in the world. This movie shows you the reality of the situation of our world and the misery that we are living. It shows you the misery of the world and how it can be turned around and turned around again. This movie will give you a better understanding of what it is like to be in the world and what is going on in the world. The movie has a great message about the world and how we should not take it for granted. I recommend this movie to everyone and to everyone who is reading this. I hope that people will watch this movie and see that there is more to life than just money and power. We all need to have a better understanding of the world around us and what it is like to live in it. This movie has been a great help to me and I hope that people will see it and see that there is more to life than what we see around us.

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Madison

This is a very well made documentary. It was very interesting to hear the story of a man who was treated like a criminal and abused by the authorities. The film shows the fact that the Italian police did not take him seriously at all. He was tried for a crime he did not commit, and was given a sentence of a year in prison. When he was released, he was able to leave Italy and move to the US, where he lived in a poor neighborhood, and continued to do good things. The documentary shows how the police treated him, and how the police and the public were not concerned about him. It also shows how the American people were also not concerned about him. They took him to a psychiatrist, who put him in jail, and told him he was a bad guy. He was released, and was able to return to the US. The police and the public were not concerned about him at all. He was a good person, and should not have been treated like a criminal. It is also interesting to see how the Italian media portrayed him. He was portrayed as a criminal, and he was not a bad guy. He was an innocent man, and should not have been treated like a criminal. This documentary is very good, and I highly recommend it.

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Rebecca Myers

A true story. The man who gave the world the word "gay" and the man who gave the world the word "homosexual". It's a story of the struggle for civil rights. This film will touch your heart and make you think. The people who were involved in this film deserve a great deal of credit. The producers and the director deserve a great deal of credit. This is a film that will change your life. I hope it does.