The Organizer (I compagni)1963
The Organizer (I compagni) (1963)
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as Professor Sinigaglia
as Maestro Di Meo
as Uncle Spartaco
as Cenerone's Wife
as Signora Cravetto
Critic Reviews for The Organizer (I compagni)
A nearly forgotten near-great movie, with one of Marcello Mastroianni's classic tragicomic performances.
Maybe you wouldn't expect a two hour Italian film about a strike in a Turin textile factory at the end of the 19th century to be especially entertaining. But wait until you see The Organizer.
Arguably one of the great Italian films of the 60s, it cries out for rediscovery.
That someone should have thought to cast Marcello Mastroianni as a seedy, itinerant, and slightly visionary nineteenth century labor organizer -- in The Organizer -- marks the triumph of a certain misapprehension.
With a great script, imaginative still-photo montage, and a roving camera, director Mario Monticelli creates a very rewarding ninety minutes.
Marcello Mastroianni is superb in still another new kind of role. With delicacy and restraint he fills in the outlines of a rather complex man, who is personally gentle, humane and inept but ruthlessly efficient as a professional troublemaker.
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