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Synopsis

Shot in stunning Italian locations, Matteo Garrone’s rich world of mystery and wonder stars Academy Award® winning actor Roberto Benigni as Geppetto, the old woodcarver whose puppet creation, Pinocchio, magically comes to life with dreams of becoming a real boy. Easily led astray, Pinocchio (nine-year-old Federico Ielapi) tumbles from one misadventure to another as he is tricked, kidnapped and chased by bandits through a wonderful world full of imaginative creatures – from the belly of a giant fish, to the Land Of Toys and the Field Of Miracles.

Cast

  • Federico Ielapi
  • Robert Benigni
  • Rocco Papaleo
  • Gigi Prioetti
  • Massimo Ceccherini
  • Marine Vacth
  • Alida Baldari Calabria
  • Miara Pia Timo
  • Massimiliano Gallo
  • Gianfranco Gallo

Atom User Reviews

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Verified Review
#terrifying
#intense
#creepy
#heartpounding
#slow

I don’t know what I have watched. I want to know who funded this production..... there’s so much more I want to say..... but I’m trying not to curse.

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Zion P
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#fantasy
#great
#original
#inspiring

great art from another world

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Metacritic

80
Dec 29, 2021

While its success outside Italy remains to be seen, del Toro and Zemeckis will have to pull a lot of strings to better Garrone.

Lillian Crawford
Little White Lies
50
Dec 24, 2020

There is no cumulative emotional resonance to be had here, just a succession of incidents to navigate. Pinocchio’s ultimate transformation from puppet to human boy lacks much of the transcendence inherent in the parable, and thus the film never moves beyond its wooden machinations.

Metacritic review by Josh Kupecki
Josh Kupecki
Austin Chronicle
60
Dec 24, 2020

This new cinematic imagining of Carlo Collodi’s classic fantasy tale is alternately enchanting and befuddling.

Metacritic review by Glenn Kenny
Glenn Kenny
The New York Times