The Images of The Hand of God: Inside the Naples Epic

Oct 25, 2021 202

BY: DAVID CANFIELD

The Hand of God is a movie made from memory. Paolo Sorrentino’s Naples-set coming-of-age draws directly from his childhood, from epic family gatherings and sexual awakenings to life-altering losses and the grief that follows.

The film follows Fabietto (Filippo Scotti), a young man who grows up with loving parents and is drawn, largely as a result of how his world changes around him, to the art of filmmaking.

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