A new edition has been added to the “Best Films of Our Lives” series by Gremese Editore, which has been on sale in all bookstores for several days now. It’s a question Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mindtranslated into Italian from If you leave me I will remove youfilm by Michel Gondry with Jim Carrey and Kate Winslet, written by Charlie Kaufman.
“Se mi lasci ti gate” is a modern cult, highly acclaimed by the public and critics, who praise its complexity, subject to many interpretations. The essay, which capillarily reconstructs each scene of the film, describes the details and numerous interpretations, was written by Marco Giallonardi, a former author of books dedicated to David Lynch and Quentin Tarantino.
“Only the meeting of two visionary geniuses such as Gondry and Kaufman,” says the author, “could give life to such a magical and original film as Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, which, almost 20 years after its release, still manages to excite and entertain a large audience. stimulating analyzes and interpretations that tell a universally sentimental and human story through the lens of surrealism and fantasy, ranked among the most successful American mind games films and certainly among the best films of our lives.”
Joel meets Clementine on Valentine’s Day: it seems to be love at first sight, but they do not know that they already had a two-year relationship that ended badly in mutual “cancellation”. Fate and a dilapidated clinic will eventually give them a new chance.
An eternal and forgetful love story that prompts an endless variety of interpretations and attempts to reconstruct the difficult relationship between plot and plot, made even more magical by the creative imagination of two artists, one cinematic image, another pen. Giallonardi delves into every aspect of this relationship, uncovering the contexts, expectations and inspirations that have led to the film’s work of conception, construction and execution to become an emblem of the genre.
Title: Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind by Michel Gondry
Author: Marco Giallonardi
Publisher: Greek publisher
Necklace: The best films of our life
Pages: 116 p., ill. , Soft cover
Marco Giallonardi (Rieti, 1978), a film analyst by profession, has written about David Lynch and Quentin Tarantino, made short films, documentaries, video clips and theater essays. He is also involved in development cooperation as an expert in communications and external relations. He has a personal website where his work is collected: www.giallonerd.it
Filmed by writer and scholar Enrico Giacovelli and launched by Gremese Editore in 2017, The Best Films of Our Lives series has over thirty publications to date. Created with the aim of carefully analyzing the masterpieces of international cinema that are part of every viewer’s ideal film library, it offers a series of texts that strive to be specialized in content but informative in form, suitable for both study and reading. , and just to flip through as an album of cinematic memories. The structure of each essay usually includes a technical description, a historical-critical introduction, a detailed account of the film with an accurate analysis of each scene, an overview of the perception of the film itself over the years, and an appendix with statements by the main characters and critical judgments. The volumes are printed on laminated paper with a rich set of photographs (color for color films), in a lightweight format that makes it easy to read: functional works for a comprehensive film viewing, valuable both for students and film critics, as well as for simple fans of the seventh art.
All publications in the series are available in bookstores, Amazon, and Gremese.com.