Museum Films is partnering with Grasshopper Film to deliver the best of new world cinema straight to your living room! We’re pleased to share Pietro Marcello’s award-winning debut feature The Mouth of the Wolf, a poignant real-life love story and a poetic ode to the Italian port city of Genoa.
One $10 ticket is good for a 3-day pass to see The Mouth of the Wolf. 50% of each sale supports OKCMOA and its mission. Passes available October 16. Click here to purchase a pass.
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Winner of major prizes at the Berlin and Turin film festivals, the hauntingly beautiful debut feature from Pietro Marcello (whose Martin Eden is also available for rent through the Museum’s Virtual Cinema) interweaves two love stories: the 20-year romance between a Sicilian tough guy and a transsexual former junkie whom he met in prison, and a poetic reverie of the Italian port town of Genoa, depicted in all its mysterious, fading glory. Commissioned by the Fondazione San Marcellino, a Jesuit order dedicated to helping society’s poor and marginalized, The Mouth of the Wolf masterfully combines documentary with fiction and melancholy home movies from the past century with poetic images, sounds, and music of the waterfront today.
Director Pietro Marcello | 2009 | In Italian with English subtitles | 68 minutes | NR