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Genre  Biography, Drama, History
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Language  Italian
6.8/10 IMDb

3.6/5 AlloCine

Director  Marco Bellocchio
Initial DVD release  July 27, 2010
Country  Italy France
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Release date  19 May 2009 (2009-05-19) (Cannes Festival) 20 May 2009 (2009-05-20) (Italy) 25 November 2009 (2009-11-25) (France)
Writer  Marco Bellocchio (story), Marco Bellocchio (screenplay), Daniela Ceselli (screenplay)
Awards  David di Donatello for Best Director
Cast  Giovanna Mezzogiorno (Ida Dalser), Filippo Timi (Benito Mussolini), Corrado Invernizzi (Dottor Cappelletti), Fausto Russo Alesi (Riccardo Paicher), Michela Cescon (Rachele Guidi)
Similar movies  Giovanna Mezzogiorno movies, Directed by Marco Bellocchio, Benito Mussolini movies

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Vincere (in English, 'To Win') is a film that is based on the life of the first wife of Benito Mussolini. It stars Giovanna Mezzogiorno as Ida Dalser and Filippo Timi as Benito Mussolini. It was filmed under the direction of Marco Bellocchio, who also wrote the screenplay with Daniela Ceselli, and it was released 22 May 2009 in Italy. It was the only Italian film in competition at the 2009 Cannes Film Festival.

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It won four Silver Hugos at the Chicago International Film Festival (Best Actor (Filippo Timi), Best Actress (Giovanna Mezzogiorno), Best Director and Best Cinematography (Daniele Ciprì). and won four Silver Ribbon (Actress (Giovanna Mezzogiorno), Cinematography, Editing and Art Direction). Giovanna Mezzogiorno was rewarded with the National Society of Film Critics Award for Best Actress 2010.

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Synopsis

The movie relates the story of Ida Dalser, who fell in love with the future Italian Fascist leader, Benito Mussolini, supported him while he was unemployed in the early 1910s, and married him, presumably around 1914. She bore Mussolini a son, Benito Albino, before the outbreak of World War I. The two lost touch during the war years and, upon discovering him again in a hospital during the war, she also discovered Rachele Guidi, who had married Mussolini in 1915, and a daughter born in 1910 when Guidi and Mussolini were living together.

Historically, following his political ascendency, Mussolini suppressed the information about his first marriage and he (through the Fascist party) persecuted both his first wife and oldest son and committed them forcibly to asylums. Dalser died in an asylum in Venice in 1937 at the age of 57 of brain haemorrhages and Benito Albino died in 1942 at the age of 26 in an asylum near Milan after repeated coma-inducing injections.

Cast

  • Giovanna Mezzogiorno as Ida Dalser
  • Filippo Timi as both Benito Mussolini and Benito Albino Mussolini
  • Michela Cescon as Rachele Guidi
  • Fausto Russo Alesi as Riccardo Paicher
  • Pier Giorgio Bellocchio as Pietro Fedele
  • Corrado Invernizzi as Dottor Cappelletti
  • Reception

    The film received universal acclaim from film critics, with rating of 85 from the review aggregate site Metacritic, as well as a 92% "fresh" rating from Rotten Tomatoes with the site's consensus being: "Part political treatise, part melodrama, Marco Bellocchio's Mussolini biopic forsakes historical details in favor of absorbing emotion -- and provides a showcase for a stunning performance from Giovanna Mezzogiorno."

    Vincere was well received by French critics during the 2009 Cannes Film Festival, and was considered to be a possible Palme d'Or contender, along with Un Prophète from Jacques Audiard and The White Ribbon from Michael Haneke.

    References

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