Gomorrah

Gomorrah
Gomorrah

Year

2008

Duration

131 minutes

Genres

Crime

Language

Italian (English subtitles)

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Synopsis

A world away from the romanticism of The Godfather, the glamour of Goodfellas or the epic drama of Scarface, director Matteo Garrone's Cannes 2008 Grand Jury Prize-winning crime drama lifts the lid on the brutal, squalid and very violent world of organised crime. A fiction based on journalist Roberto Saviano's exposé of the mafia-like network of Naples-based organisations known as the Camorra, the film interweaves five different stories - from the 13-year-old wannabe gangster to the businessmen illegally dumping cancer-causing waste - to illustrate how the rot has infiltrated every level of society.

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15 Classification

Contains strong violence, language, sexualised nudity and hard drug use.

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