Kiss, The (Il Bacio)

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    "IL BACIO- THE KISS" by joe (Painter) on Zealous

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    Tosca's Kiss (Il bacio di Tosca)

    Tosca's Kiss is a droll and affecting documentary on the inhabitants of Casa Verdi, the Milanese retirement home for opera stars founded in by Giuseppe Verdi and originally supported by his royalties. The most precious, however, are those that defamiliarize their subjects-films that literally put things in a new light Swiss director Daniel Schmid has made a film about old age and dying which is neither sentimental nor grotesque but cumulatively startling Tosca's Kiss scarcely avoids the pathos of old people's stolid, tranced-out reveries or their comic confusion of life and art Indeed, it thrives on such scenes But the film comes truly into its own when a roomful of crones suddenly breaks into a lilting aria from Traviata.

    At these moments, Tosca's Kiss could stagger Descartes with its visceral duality of body and soul