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(395) 6.9 94 min 2019

Shooting the Mafia is a movie starring Letizia Battaglia. Italian photographer Letizia Battaglia spends her career documenting the life and crimes of the Mafia.

Starring
Letizia Battaglia
Genres
Documentary, Biography
Director
Kim Longinotto

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary, Biography
Director Kim Longinotto
Stars Letizia Battaglia
Country Ireland, USA
Also Known As Fotografando a máfia, La fotógrafa de la mafia, Letizia Battiglia - Shooting the Mafia, Medziojant mafija, Ustrzelić mafię
Runtime 1H 34M
Description Italian photographer Letizia Battaglia spends her career documenting the life and crimes of the Mafia.

Top reviews

Friday, 26 Jun 2020 12:51

This documentary, told from the point of view of the mafia, gives a first-hand account of the lives of the men who are in control of the crime and have become so rich that they have completely lost the moral values and values of society. They have become arrogant, vicious, and irresponsible. This documentary is not a documentary but an eye-opening and life changing experience. The story of the men and the people they surround them is heart-breaking. It is as if they were being burned alive and they were not even aware of it. The Mafia is the problem. It is their own business, a business that they have taken over. It is their lives and they have no idea how to live their own lives. I believe that we need to understand that this is the point of view of the people who have no connection to the mafia. The Mafia is not in control of the world. They have to clean it up. They have to take responsibility for the destruction they have done to the country. This documentary should be required viewing for all of us. The stories of the men are incredibly tragic. Their lives are a living hell. They are just trying to live their lives, trying to make a living, trying to survive in a land that has turned its back on them. But they can not live with this kind of lifestyle anymore. They have become the monster they once were, and that monster has taken over their lives. They are the real monsters. They have destroyed the moral values of society. It is a disgrace to the world. And, they are responsible for everything that has happened. This is not a documentary, it is a documentary that needs to be viewed by the entire world. It is a life changing experience. It is amazing. I recommend this film for everyone. I have watched it several times. I have learned so much. I am very grateful for this film. The man who directed this film has done a great job. This man is a true artist. The people who have made this film deserve recognition. This is a must see for anyone who has ever had a family or anyone who has ever had a family. It is a powerful film. If you haven't seen it you need to. It is a must see.
Wednesday, 24 Jun 2020 23:36

I am usually not into documentaries but I am giving this 10 out of 10 because it is very well done. I have been involved with law enforcement since I was a child and was in a few police investigations myself. I had the opportunity to interview former officers and current officers about their experiences in the area, and what they did to investigate. I saw very little factual errors, I was satisfied that the filmmakers took their time, and I was very impressed with their technical abilities. The movie was very informative, and I think this would be a great resource for people wanting to understand the relationship between law enforcement and the community. It is also a great movie for police academy classes. I think it is important for people to know the legal standards and procedure for investigations. You can't just go to a local police department and say, 'I want to do a one-man job to stop the mafia, they are the problem.' No one can say that. If they want to investigate, you need to go through the police department and ask questions to make sure that what you want to do is legal. I know that when I graduated, they talked about how the department had changed since I graduated and how the department did not want to do the same things that I had done, and how some departments are very suspicious of new recruits. I do not have any problem with that, I know that it is the law. I think that when it comes to being in the police department, people need to be aware of what the police department can do to investigate crimes. I think that people are not aware that they have the right to be interviewed. I think it is important for people to know that you have a right to be interviewed by the police department, and the police department does not have to tell you everything that they can. If you do not want to do the interview, you have the right to say so, and that is the way I feel about this. The movie is very well done, and I would definitely recommend it.
Tuesday, 19 May 2020 16:04

The great thing about this documentary is the stunning, raw footage from the infamous "El Cajon Shootout". It's like the first day of filming, in fact, the first day of filming ever. It's like being in a theater, with the power of the camera and the sound on your lips. It is the most gripping and most moving documentary ever made. It is the most important documentary ever made, and every single scene in it is important to me. The first five minutes are absolutely amazing. I'm a big fan of Shane Smith and his work, and he really puts the camera on the street in El Cajon and shows us what the street looks like. It's so powerful, so real. The scene where he's on the balcony of his building, he's filming everything, and all the people watching are inside the building. It's like a scene from a movie. But then he goes to the front door and he's shooting everything that happens outside. He's really showing us the chaos of the city, and the scene when the police officer opens the door is the most powerful and brutal scene ever, and I don't think this scene has ever been captured on film. It's like the worst part of war, and it's incredibly powerful. And then we get to the street where the shoot-out took place. It's like the most beautiful scene ever captured on film. It's so raw. It's like you're there with him, and you're just capturing the scene, and capturing the emotion of the people. There's so much emotion in it, you just have to sit through it. It's powerful. It really is. The next scene is the most powerful in the film, and the last scene is the most important, and the final scene is the most important in the film. It's a film that I can't describe in words, but I'll just say that it's very powerful. I want to leave the film with a quote that really means everything to me: "There is no good cop, there is no bad cop, there is no good cop, there is no bad cop." And that's what this documentary is about, the good cop, the bad cop, and the bad cop. This is a great film. It's a documentary that we should watch more than once.
Monday, 11 May 2020 13:43

In the opening credits of this feature, the word "American" is prominently featured. Why? Is it simply a matter of good marketing? I think not. Although this film may be a bit slow, it has the proper amount of tension to keep the viewer interested. The film starts out with some scenes that you'll probably see only once or twice. Most of the film is in one location. This location is the "Zatoichi" hotel where the gangsters are kept. In this hotel, the film follows the four people who are there. The film follows each of the characters from one day to the next. In the course of the film, the film director, along with the four actors, interviews each of the four characters. It's amazing that the film makers decided to interview these four people instead of another gangster. It is important to know that each person's story is unique. You should really go in with an open mind. I think that the film makers did a great job of keeping the audience interested. I'm sure that most people will be captivated by the film. The story of the four gangsters is told through the interviews of these four individuals. This is probably the most unique story of all four of them. The film makers created an excellent way of telling the story. They wanted to show the story through the eyes of the four people. The film makers did a great job of telling the story from the perspective of each of the four people. This is probably the most unique of all the interviews. I really recommend this film for people who are interested in American history and culture.


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