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Title: Il Mostro di Firenze (2009)
Post by: Robert W on 25 Mar 2012 - 18:02
Il Mostro di Firenze (2009) (

Anyone know if this mini-series is available anywhere with English subs?
Title: Re: Il Mostro di Firenze (2009)
Post by: demented_uk on 25 Mar 2012 - 18:22
I have it but sadly without English subtitles.  I am surprised that this has not been released on DVD in Italy.  As far as I can tell there are no subtitles available online.
Title: Re: Il Mostro di Firenze (2009)
Post by: DjangoLi on 25 Mar 2012 - 20:28
You can find subtitles for the first three episodes on my website... But I warn you now, it's an abandoned project for me. In the three years since I decided to have a go at it - only one person has ever shown any interest (and that was a few months back...)

A shame because it's a slick production, it's well acted and it had my full attention for a spell... Definitely recommended (by me at least) but I would probably avoid it unless you speak Italian, it's mostly dialogue and you'd be missing out on most of what's going on...

On a similar note: Another SKY (Italy) production that I would heartily recommend is 'Nel Nome del Male' - this one is subbed and it's also very well produced, acted - it's about a father looking for his son who has disappeared - and his descent into the world of Satanists... Italy still being a reasonably religious country, you do actually hear of these things happening once in a blue moon... I had a student not so long ago who was convinced there was a coven of devil worshipers in the area (of course, the fact that the people who robbed from the local church were 'probably' just after the silver seemed to go right over her head...)

Title: Re: Il Mostro di Firenze (2009)
Post by: Robert W on 25 Mar 2012 - 22:31
I was watching an English language doc on Il Monstro and saw that there was also an Italian mini-series with Nocolodi. I checked on Youtube, but all the episodes there were in Italian. It's a damned conspiracy, I tell you! :)