Film Review: La Sapienza – News – Architectural Record

“La Sapienza,” opening March 20 at New York’s Lincoln Plaza Cinemas, is a rarity: a fictional film about real architecture. Director Eugène Green follows Alexandre, a disillusioned French architect, and his companion, Goffredo, an 18-year-old who is about to enter architecture school, on a trip to Rome to visit Borromini’s  masterpieces. They have little to say, but the camera lingers on the architecture long after the dialogue (in French and Italian, with English subtitles) flickers out.

via Film Review: La Sapienza – News – Architectural Record.

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