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(170) 8.1 90 min 2015

Marinoni: The Fire in the Frame is a movie starring Giuseppe Marinoni. Giuseppe Marinoni found his calling when he transitioned from champion cyclist to master bike craftsman. After years hunched over toxic fumes, his passion almost...

Starring
Giuseppe Marinoni
Genres
Documentary
Director
Tony Girardin

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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
Director Tony Girardin
Writer Tony Girardin
Stars Giuseppe Marinoni
Country Canada, Italy
Also Known As Marinoni - Le feu de la passion
Runtime 1H 30M
Description Giuseppe Marinoni found his calling when he transitioned from champion cyclist to master bike craftsman. After years hunched over toxic fumes, his passion almost kills him. Now age 75, Marinoni is riding again and attempts a world record.

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Saturday, 09 May 2020 00:09

This is one of the most fascinating documentaries about the aftermath of a plane crash. With the second and third generations, it's clear they're not as well-off as the children of the first generation, and this is where the conflict lies: the first generation was concerned about their children's futures, and the second generation is more concerned with the problem of their children's lives. The documentary begins with the two children (the eldest of which is a lawyer) explaining their parents' work. They have seen the wreckage, but none of them has been told about what happened, which is the main problem with the first generation, because they're too young to have seen the tragedy. In the next room, where the couple are at the conference of "Survivors," we learn that the father, who is "disappointed" in his children, had lost his wife in the crash, and his wife's funeral was attended by a group of her friends, including the oldest daughter of the father. The youngest daughter, who's not a lawyer, is saying how grateful she is to them and how proud of them they are. This is one of the most astonishing things about the documentary. We see the entire family, the daughters and the sons, being introduced, and the scene in which the eldest daughter of the family, who's not an attorney, explains how lucky she was to have a father who had to work and eat for a living. The film seems to be a portrait of the lives of these people, their family relationships and how they relate to each other. This is what makes the documentary so fascinating. But we see only a part of the family. The second generation is "out of focus," and we can only see them briefly at the first and third generations' conferences. Even though they're the most important generation, we get little information about them. We can only know what's going on in the first generation's life, and we don't get any information about the second generation's life. The final family, the youngest daughter, is missing a lot of the conversation, because she was at the conference at the last minute. We see her being interviewed and interviewed and interviewed, and we get to know very little about her. This family is not the most important in the history of aviation. We can only know what they're doing. The last third of the film deals with the trials and tribulations of the first, second, and third generations. The father and daughter go to court for a hearing, and at first, the father seems very well-meaning. Then, as the father comes to terms with the fact that he can't get his kids the support they need, the father is probably the most vulnerable. The youngest daughter gets an awful beating. The father has two sons who all live with him, and they have a difficult relationship, and he's suffering from a stress-related illness. The daughter's lawyer, who's also a lawyer, is dealing with her own problems, and she's being bullied by the mother, who's more concerned about getting the youngest daughter to be a lawyer than about her mother's well-being. The youngest daughter's boyfriend gets her a job as an auditor, and they all get on a train to the airport where the two sons are meeting. But they don't get on the train. The father and his family are suing the parents of the other children of the first generation, who have all lived with him. The mother and father of the younger daughter go to court


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